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News Articles from April 2007

Taxi marshals are driving force behind cut in late-night crimes
Probe as baby boy is found dead in cot at city nursery
Shannon begins with a bang
Head of Scottish Widows sees pay go up by half
Let's all raise a glass to pubs steeped in history
Lyceum stages theatre classes
Curtain up on Tory plan to run theatres and museums
£500,000 'wasted' as plug is pulled on community website
College reels out masterclass with acclaimed film's editor
Vision to make Tollcross thrive
Attic Theatre return with double header
Neil Forbes still does the works at Atrium
Flasher had bad haircut
Christy Moore - Usher Hall
Closure of myEdinburgh.org
Forum tackles age-old theme
Phone thieves hit Tollcross
Cyclists and walkers on a collision course
Scottish Widows chief dies in snowstorm
Teenagers attacked as they leave nightclub
Youth faces plastic surgery after brutal assault in park
Festival screening puts Obree movie on track
Scrapped festival set for comeback
Sir Sean acts to end worry over health
S&N agrees to produce Russian beer in UK
Dream come true for theatre lovers
Introducing… The French Film Festival
Pearce ready to flow Lava & Ignite snap up Radio 1 DJ
Three in a row for St Thomas in Schools Cup
Tollcross poised to lose fight for conservation area status
Hot Flush busted by electrical fault
Lighting up time for landmark clock
Visitors urged to keep eye on canal wildlife
Brewery site road-link plan gets go-ahead
EICC extension plans crumble
Grassmarket revamp is approved despite yob behaviour fears
Top chefs to serve up feast of good food
Global chains to open hotels at Haymarket
Meadows gang attacks woman
More for your Pound at Lyceum
Hotel plan for former hostel
City's S&N tight-lipped as takeover rumours brew
Talks on grand Tollcross plan
Bands tune up for night of free music
Coronation streak as soap star Richard to strip in city theatre
Indian dance and music group to appeal against funding cut
A bright future for Fountainbridge revealed at Edinburgh Castle
City students make Mercury art finals
No mortal can resist the evil of the thriller
S&N drinks to future as beer goes down well on Continent
The shimmering gem in the heart of our city
Hairdresser decorated for colour work
Capital's Jews praise German kosher baker
Police turn to pedal power as new bike scheme wheeled out