Leith News: October 2008:

John Gibson: Trams fat cats ready for the gravy train?: The Scotsman: 30/10/08

Action needed to stop an unhappy ending at cinema: The Scotsman: 30/10/08

Parliament tribute for big band leader: The Scotsman: 29/10/08

Sikh community cafe on lookout for new home: Evening News: 28/10/08

Outrage as every Leith Walk tree faces trams axe: The Scotsman: 28/10/08

Festival is in Pole position to cross the cultural divide: Evening News: 27/10/08

Food for thought as consumers opt for cheaper products: Business Scotsman: 27/10/08

Second Division - Nine man East Fife grind out victory: The Scotsman: 27/10/08

Vital: Kitchin Dreams: Daily Record: 27/10/08

We've put art and soul into penthouse design: Sunday Mail: 26/10/08

Celtic shake off some Hibee-jeebies: Scotland on Sunday: 26/10/08

Celtic 4 - 2 Hibernian - Match reaction: BBC Sport: 25/10/08

Third of trams money gone and not a single track is laid: The Scotsman: 24/10/08

City's Citzens Advice chief resigns amid closures row: The Scotsman: 24/10/08

Festive cheer for traders as tram work suspension plans are confirmed: Evening News: 23/10/08

Charity shops see drop in donations: The Scotsman: 23/10/08

Police probe after laser dazzles pilot: BBC News: 23/10/08

Police seize stun-gun from Leith house in crackdown: Evening News: 23/10/08

Festive break for tram works gives traders relief: The Scotsman: 23/10/08

Tommy's bands were always on song and blew everyone away: The Scotsman: 22/10/08

Construction industry alarm as luxury developer collapses: Times Online: 21/10/08

Cardownie calls for nighttime work to prevent tram chaos: Evening News: 21/10/08

John Gibson: If you know a pillar, do cast a vote: The Scotsman: 21/10/08

Tram chief in line to share £3m pot of gold: Evening News: 20/10/08

Kerb crawler laws net 33: The Scotsman: 20/10/08

'Customers have less money in their pockets': The Herald: 20/10/08

Applecross set to report loss: Business Scotsman: 20/10/08

Kerb-crawlers curbed as new anti-sleaze laws take effect: Evening News: 20/10/08

Instant weekend - Edinburgh (and Leith in particular): Guardian Online: 19/10/08

MacDonald still gets to the Heart of the matter: Scotland on Sunday: 19/10/08

Raising spirits at The Scotch Malt Whisky Society: Web Wire: 19/10/08

Royal yacht Britannia is a huge tourist boost: Courier Mail (Australia): 18/10/08

The South is certainly on the rise - win over Leith Athletic: Evening News: 18/10/08

Water cut leaves pool high and dry: The Scotsman: 17/10/08

Berthed ship brings theatre curtain down: The Scotsman: 17/10/08

Hunt for stories about historic cottage: The Herald: 17/10/08

Driver may lose 'blue badge' over £30,000 fines: The Scotsman: 17/10/08

Edinburgh council to offer its own mortgages and buy up property: The Scotsman: 17/10/08

Leith Walk in line for break in tramworks: Evening News: 16/10/08

Luxury builder goes to the wall as jobless figures rise: The Scotsman: 16/10/08

Scotland's worst parking cheat owes £30,000 in fines: Daily Record: 16/10/08

Work begins on affordable homes project: The Scotsman: 15/10/08

Exam bosses fail the test as pupils get the wrong results: The Scotsman: 15/10/08

Homes left with no water for three days: Evening News: 13/10/08

Police step up presence in Leith with crime blitz: The Scotsman: 11/10/08

It's double trouble at school thanks to NINE set of twins: The Scotsman: 09/10/08

It's time to wheel Phil out of office: The Scotsman: 09/10/08

Design agency 442 enjoys surge in business: The Scotsman: 09/10/08

Angry residents won't know if Seafield stench has gone for four more years: Evening News: 08/10/08

Police called in as traders party for tram hole turns nasty: Evening News: 07/10/08

Tram works row: 'TIE's PR exercise hasn't penetrated the hard hats': The Scotsman: 07/10/08

New velodrome sites emerge: The Scotsman: 07/10/08

Bid to ensure Princes Street stays open (and that hole in Leith Walk!): The Herald: 07/10/08

Floating affairs of heart and mind: The Herald: 07/10/08

Traders say trams will halve car spaces on Leith Walk: Evening News: 06/10/08

New film proves time is right to make a killing: Times Online: 05/10/08

No one seems to care as businesses keep going under: The Scotsman: 04/10/08

We know how to tackle park strife so let's make it happen: The Scotsman: 04/10/08

Nostalgia: A Leither lived through a mini blitz in April 1941: Evening News: 04/10/08

Aberdeen 1 - 2 Hibernian: BBC News: 04/10/08

Leith Walk tram tracks to be laid: BBC News: 03/10/08

Axed school 'will lie derelict': The Scotsman: 03/10/08

Crime drops ...but fewer cases solved: Evening News: 01/10/08

Video: Snowman ad team create flu jab drive: Glasgow Evening Times: 01/10/08

Scotland's oldest D-Day veteran dies aged 105: The Scotsman: 01/10/08