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News Articles from May 2007

All-female crew leads firefighting to new era
Club's smoker terrace dream turns to ashes
New rules 'will put capital's green spaces under threat'
Tollcross traders teaming up to cash in on scheme for revamp
Capital race ready to run up a record number of entrants
Don't miss out on a five-star musical
Road closures to make way for Great Edinburgh Run
Licensees facing more public scrutiny, says tsar
Racers step up a notch
Businessman blasts misdirected mail blunders
Here's one for the road
Bookies wins the go-ahead
Phantom fly-poster strikes in bid to slow down canal cyclists
Spotlight on directors at film launch in Capital
Catwalk show is the height of fashion
Gough jailed after naked ramble in the Grassmarket
Cycling group to carry out survey on travel to work
Fast orders for bar race team
Hill slopes off with heritage loot
Blast from past as gun marks time again
Now here's a sound idea for towpath cyclists . . free bells
Sorry mum but I've got no choice.. you're fired
Edinburgh's hidden sex trade
Roll up for a week of cycling films
World of vice behind city's closed doors
He survived Ramsay. . now it's a real nightmare
I had to sell bar when yobs drove punters away
Night patrols target danger drivers on Greenway
We're off to see the Wizard as Lyceum season unveiled
£50m office vision gets under way
Worker hurt after building wall collapses
Change is order of day as pub moves with times
Man Injured In Building Collapse, Edinburgh
Tollcross talking points
City's new leader hits out at £300m project
Collapse spells chaos on roads
Firm set to be scrapped after city centre failure
It's 200 up for the market
Residents allowed back home after building collapse
Usher Hall works 'a waking nightmare'
'Hideous' Caltongate plan slammed
Memorial to Tam the Gun . . in Norway
Thomson is aiming to uplift us Lyceum boss has high hopes
Traders in 'ghost town' count cost of collapse
Students set to put on a show
West Port to stay evacuated after collapse
Collapse is turning our lives upside down
I got it wrong, says barman whose colleague died after 17-pints
Drinker 'often fell asleep'
Information for Residents of 6 Lauriston Street
Medical help 'could have saved barman'