Alex Salmond: Former First Minister appears in court charged with several counts of sexual assault against 10 women

  Former First Minister Alex Salmond has appeared in court charged with counts of sexual assault against 10 women. The former SNP leader denies the 14 charges, which include one count of attempted rape, one count of intent to rape, 10 … [Read More...]

Two Midlothian brothers found ‘safe and well’ hours after going missing from primary school

Two missing school children have been found "safe and well" following an urgent appeal for information after the pair failed to attend school on Thursday. Nine-year-old Michael O’Brien and his six-year-old brother James, known as Jamie, were … [Read More...]

Labour make £100 billion general election pledge to Scotland

The Labour Party have promised over £100 billion to Scotland in the next decade if they win the general election on December 12. Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has said that the investment would be a chance for the "people of Scotland to … [Read More...]

Prince Andrew to step back from public appearances

Prince Andrew has announced that he will be stepping back from public duties amid the ongoing scandal engulfing The Duke of York. His friendship with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein has led many to ask questions of the Prince and his wider … [Read More...]

Gorgie City Farm campaign boosted by £27,000 cash injection from Edinburgh Council

An ailing community farm in Gorgie has received significant financial aid in its hour of need. Edinburgh Council stated on Thursday that they will help Gorgie Farm with a £27,000 boost. If the cash input goes ahead, this will see Gorgie Farm add … [Read More...]

PODCAST: General election 2019 – Manifesto reaction special

It's Manifesto Week in British politics, as the main parties release their plans for if they win the upcoming general election. EN4 News’ Political Editor Andrew McDonald and correspondent Iain Leggat discussed the key points of the manifestos … [Read More...]

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QUIZ: Can you recognise these areas in Edinburgh from these old photographs?

Can you recognise these areas in Edinburgh from these old photographs? See More: The tug of war over Edinburgh's redevelopment … [Read More...]

Making Tracks – An Edinburgh ‘tramsformation’ begins?

Road blocks were enforced, traffic cones were placed and trucks were assembled to initiate construction on the next phase of the Edinburgh Trams network in Constitution Street on Monday. In four years’ time, York Place and Newhaven should be … [Read More...]

Opinion: Edinburgh has the worst traffic congestion in the UK, it’s time for change

It’s been less than four months since the calamitous mess of traffic congestion that was unleashed upon Edinburgh by the wrath of the Fringe, and now as the festive period is underway, very little has changed. This year’s Fringe was the busiest … [Read More...]

Edinburgh Christmas market faces uncertain future after weeks of scandals

Less than a week since the Edinburgh Christmas market opened its doors to the public, a fierce debate is ongoing about the future of one of the city’s biggest events of the year. EN4 News' Christopher Lamb recaps the story so far.  The Edinburgh … [Read More...]

Princes Street presents Poundland: Does it reflect the decline of Britain’s high streets?

The opening of Poundland's new flagship store on Princes Street has split residents of Edinburgh, writes Darren McConachie The site officially opened last weekend and has already drawn both praise and criticism in equal measure. Many of those … [Read More...]

The tug of war over Edinburgh’s redevelopment

The former Boroughmuir High School will be exclusively sold to a group of Hong Kong investors before Edinburgh locals have the chance to snap up the very limited amount of flats. Edinburgh residents looking to buy have been told they must wait … [Read More...]

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I’m a Celebrity Round-Up: Caitlyn Jenner, Ian Wright and other stars tackle Australian jungle

It’s the time of year when it begins to feel like Christmas is on its way. And what gets us more in the Christmas spirit than watching a number of celebrities tackle critter-filled tasks in the middle of the Australian Jungle. We are almost a week … [Read More...]

Film Review: ‘Le Mans ’66’ ★★★★

Director: James Mangold Screenplay: Jez Butterworth, John-Henry Butterworth, Jason Keller Cast: Matt Damon, Christian Bale, Caitriona Balfe, Noah Jupe, Tracy Letts, Josh Lucas Length: 152 minutes Rating: 12A You hear the race cars before you … [Read More...]

What’s on in Edinburgh this Christmas?

SANTA FUN RUN & WALK West Princes Gardens will play host to the 15th anniversary of the Santa Fun Run & Walk, a fundraising event that sees a horde of Santas taking on a 2.5km circuit in order to raise funds for When You Wish Upon A … [Read More...]

Edinburgh Art Fair 2019

The Edinburgh Art Fair is set to celebrate its 15th anniversary this week. The fair will take place between November 21 and 24 at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange, where it has been based since 2005. It will showcase the work of over 500 artists … [Read More...]

Christmas at the Botanics 2019

It’s finally that time of the year again where Michael Buble’s Christmas album defrosts and our bank balances drop. So, as night falls, head over to the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh for their illuminated magical winter trail. One of the … [Read More...]

UK’s first ‘fine art crawl’ to launch in Edinburgh on Saturday

Edinburgh will be hosting what is being called the UK’s first ‘fine art crawl’ on Saturday. Tobermory Distillery is introducing their guided tour around the city which is aimed towards those who love art and a dram. The two-hour long tours will … [Read More...]

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Scottish Women’s Cup final: Hibernian and Glasgow City renew rivalry for last trophy of the season

  Sunday’s Scottish Women’s Cup final will see the latest chapter of the fierce rivalry between Glasgow City and Hibernian Ladies F.C unfold. It seems only right that the last final of the decade will be contested by the two teams who have … [Read More...]

PODCAST: Hibs and Hearts set for rebuilding process – Scottish football preview

Hearts are still waiting on the appointment of their new manager having recently sacked Craig Levein due to an incredibly poor start to the season and travel to Rugby Park to face Kilmarnock on Saturday. Angelo Alessio’s Kilmarnock sit fifth in … [Read More...]

Edinburgh look to continue perfect home start as Bordeaux bring European challenge

  Edinburgh Rugby will look to retain their 100% home record this season as they welcome the Bordeaux Begles to Murrayfield Stadium on Friday in the second leg of the European Challenge Cup. The capital side come in to the fixture having … [Read More...]

Hibs sign ex-Liverpool goalkeeper Adam Bogdan

Ex-Liverpool goalkeeper Adam Bogdan has signed for Hibernian on a short-term deal. The player is on a shorterm contract that will expire on December 31. See More: Hibs and Hearts set for rebuilding process - the Scottish Football Podcast … [Read More...]

The “chosen one” returns – Jose Mourinho unveiled as Tottenham Hotspur manager

Jose Mourinho has said he will look to ignite some "passion" and "happiness" to Tottenham Hotspur after being unveiled as the club's new manager on Thursday. The 56-year-old “chosen one” was appointed on Wednesday following the surprise sacking of … [Read More...]

Can Erling Haaland light up the Premier League?

Red Bull Salzburg sensation Erling Haaland is rumoured to have visited Arsenal, with the intention of a possible transfer to the Gunners in the January. The impressive youngster has had an eye-catching season so far after finding the net 26 times … [Read More...]

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US Senate passes Hong Kong human rights bills

The US Senate passed two bills on Wednesday that will support human rights in Hong Kong prompted by the ongoing siege of Polytechnic University. President Donald Trump has eight days left, excluding Sundays, to sign the bill or use his … [Read More...]

Trump’s Impeachment: How Does Impeachment Work?

Listen to Neil McGlashan and Elise Kennedy talking through the impeachment process in America. With Trump's inquiry just starting and the first vote on how the inquiry should proceed getting underway, they discuss Trump's ongoing inquiry while … [Read More...]

EN4News International Bulletin: 31/10/19

International Correspondent Christopher Lamb shares the latest International Headlines! … [Read More...]

Body of British backpacker Amelia Bambridge found at sea, say Cambodian Police.

The body of British backpacker Amelia Bambridge has been found at sea, Cambodian police say.   The 21-year old Worthing student’s body was discovered by fishermen near the Thai border over 60 miles away from where she went missing. … [Read More...]

Pakistan train fire claims over 70 victims

More than 70 passengers on a train travelling between Karachi and Rawalpindi in Pakistan have been killed in a horrific fire in one of the country’s worst rail disasters. The blaze was originally caused by a gas cylinder explosion, whilst being … [Read More...]

Australian Authorities find Million Dollars Worth of Meth in Sriracha Bottles

By Caitlin Gallagher and Heather Miller   Australian authorities have made four arrests linking to the criminal network thought to have smuggled around 400kg of methamphetamine into the country in 768 Sriracha bottles. An air cargo … [Read More...]

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