The Glorious Twelfth. Hope you’ve had your grouse today….

Lothian and Borders Police have a positive lead in the murder case in Wester Hailes according to BBC online.

The father of three children found dead in a flat in Slateford last week has spoken of his paralysing grief following the news. Channel 4 has video.

The Green Kitchen, a Chinese takeaway in Raeburn Place has been closed with immediate effect following an inspection by health inspectors reports The Scotsman.

Frank Skinner has pulled out of his chat show claiming a lack of guests – notwithstanding that one of them was the great Barry Cryer…..more on Chortle.

Cameron Rose reports that St Margaret’s School which went into liquidation earlier in the summer has been put up for sale.

The List has details of an interesting event at The Out of the Blue Drill Hall on Dalmeny Street which is part of the Edinburgh Art Festival. An interview with the subject of a portrait and the artist. Also they have a very good search facility which allows you to look for things to do today or tomorrow or any other day and put in a start time and an end time – really useful! They also bill the Drama Workshop which is taking place at The Merchants’ Hall on Hanover Street for 5 to 14 year-olds. Oh and if you are up early enough you could go along to the Yoga Garden in Bristo Place.

The North Canongate Infant School may become a new literary centre according to The Scotsman.

And STV News tells us the story of why clearing will not work this year when university applications have increased and the places are already taken.

And to end your recommended reading today, we would urge you to take any opportunity to read the articles in The Huffington Post but this one by Bianca Jagger mentions Edinburgh investment management business Martin Currie…