Police investigating the rape of a woman near a school have spoken to more than 70 people on their return to the scene a week on from the attack.
Teen Charged With Murdering Bailey Gwynne
A teenager accused of stabbing to death a pupil at school will go on trial for murder next month.
Bailey Gwynne, who was 16, was fatally injured at Cults Academy in Aberdeen on October 28 last year.
At the High Court in Glasgow, prosecutors rejected a lesser plea of culpable homicide entered by lawyers for the 16-year-old accused.
The youth, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will be tried for murder at the High Court in Aberdeen on March 1.
He faces two other charges of carrying knives and knuckledusters, which he denies. The trial is expected to last five days.
The school, in the west end of the city, was closed for two days following the incident.
Police are searching for a missing teenage girl who may have travelled to England to meet someone she met online.
Ultrafast broadband will be installed in 38,000 homes and businesses across Edinburgh and the Lothians by the end of next year, according to Virgin Media.
The National Museum of Scotland overtook Edinburgh Castle as the most popular visitor attraction in Scotland last year, new figures have revealed.
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