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Police Scotland publish appeal for missing Kathleen Ritchie

Police in Glenrothes are appealing for information to find a woman reported missing from the area. Kathleen Ritchie, 35, is thought to have been last seen around 8.20pm on Friday, 21 May in the Annandale Gardens area and has not been seen or heard from since. There is growing concern for her welfare. She is described as being 5ft 5ins tall, of a slim build and fair complexion with long […]

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Entertainment

James Newman wants collab with Dua Lipa

UK Eurovision hopeful James Newman has revealed he would like to collaborate on a track with Brit Award winner Dua Lipa. As well as his entry for Eurovision in both 2020 and 2021, Newman has written and helped produce tracks for numbers of pop stars and groups including the likes of Little Mix and Ed Sheeran. He said working with Ed was good, and he's a nice musician to work […]

todayMay 22, 2021 21

Edinburgh

Edinburgh’s much loved dog school reopens for face-to-face classes

Dogs Trust School in Edinburgh has been teaching online during the coronavirus pandemic, to ensure dogs didn't miss out on their training. They are now welcoming back their furry customers with open arms, as face-to-face classes resume. With dogs becoming more popular than ever during lockdown, owners are looking for a helping hand in training them. The training team are looking forward to doing what they do best, as they […]

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Edinburgh

Public toilets are set to reopen at six Edinburgh hotspots

Public toilets at six popular Edinburgh spots are set to reopen at the end of the month. Final safety checks are being carried out on the toilets, and once approved by the Council they will be back open. Loos will reopen at Portobello, Stockbridge, Saughton Park, Hamilton Place, Lauriston Castle, and Harlaw Visitor Centre. Councilors revealed a £5 million investment plan last month to revamp public toilets around the capital., […]

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Edinburgh

Edinburgh pensioner dies in fatal road crash

A 76-year-old woman died in a fatal car crash in Edinburgh this morning. Police were called to Saxe Coburg Place in Stockbridge by eyewitnesses, at around 10am on Friday morning. Emergency services quickly responded, with around five police vehicles and several ambulances attending the incident. However, the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. Police locked down the area, and locals were told to avoid the area while police investigated. […]

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Edinburgh

Missing 16 year old Ashton McLellan has been found

9.39 AM UPDATE - Police Scotland have confirmed to Edge Radio, Ashton has been found safe and well. Wednesday 9.59 PM Police in Edinburgh are appealing for information to help trace a missing 16-year-old boy from the city. Ashton McLellan was last seen around 11am near the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. He is known to travel to the Leith area of Edinburgh. He is described as white and has short dark […]

todayMay 19, 2021 44

Entertainment

Stockholm Arena gets new name in honour of Avicii

The Stockholm Arena has been renamed in honour of the much loved DJ Avicii. The venue was previously known as "The Globe" but will now be known as Avicii Arena in honour of the EDM producer, 3 years after he sadly passed away, and in partnership with the Tim Bergling Foundation in his memory. Avicii's Facebook Page shared a post stating "Avicii Arena becomes a symbol and meeting place for […]

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Met Police “Palestine” officer under investigation

Amidst the rising conflict between Israel and Palestine, a Metropolitan Police Officer is now under investigation for hugging a protestor and shouting “free Palestine” whilst holding a white rose, symbolically showing support for the protest. The Met Police’s department for Professional Standards is investigating the matter, with the force stating they “expect officers to engage” but reiterating that “they must remain impartial.” MORE AS THE STORY DEVELOPS

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New Home for breeding programme for critically endangered pine hoverfly

Efforts to protect a critically endangered insect from extinction have been given a boost thanks to a brand-new breeding centre at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s Highland Wildlife Park. Staff at the wildlife conservation charity say this is a significant step forward for the survival of the pine hoverfly, a native species that has not been seen in the wild in Britain in its adult form for over eight years. […]

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