A round-up of Edinburgh related news.

Floral tributes have been placed in Dundas Street where a young woman fell to her death at the weekend in what appears to have been a tragic accident according to Deadline.

A man has been stabbed in Wester Hailes – leading to a murder enquiry. BBC online reports.

Incoming boss at Edinburgh airport says that parking charges for kiss and fly drivers are here to stay, according to The Scotsman.

NHS Lothian is warning of a worrying rise in legal high cases appearing at hospitals in the city according to BBC online.

Turning point in renewable energy development as councils are handed the power to sell electricity from wind farms and other schemes which they approve. The Scotsman reports with a lovely photo from East Lothian artist Sally Gammell.

Alex Salmond’s recent trip to China has proved fruitful according to The Scotsman which reports that the result has been £2.4m of investment for Scotland following the trade mission.

You still have time to sign up or get yourself invited along to an event organised by The Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday night at The Henderson Gallery. Informal networking with drinks and dinner while at the same time you can admire the exhibition by former Stone Roses guitarist John Squire.

The funfair on the Meadows may or may not happen this week – it all depends on a last minute licence ruling due to be heard on Wednesday at 2pm. The Scotsman has the story.

The Broughton Spurtle reports on the local venues which the Yakety Yak cafe has chosen as a meeting and chatting place… a variety of languages!