IT IS a worrying sign of the times that the Springside development appears to have run into difficulties.
A BID by coffee giant Starbucks to create the city's first 24-hour cafe looks set to be knocked back after police chiefs raised fears it would attract antisocial behaviour.
DRUNKS are set to be locked out of parts of a Lothian town centre with automatic gates operating on a time lock in a bid to crack down on antisocial behaviour.
MINISTERS have been accused of failing to understand the nightmare of neighbours plagued by drunken revellers in "party" flats.
A WOMAN whose loud rap music made her neighbours' lives a misery has been hit with an Asbo.
POLICE are seeking antisocial behaviour orders against 29 teenagers accused of waging a campaign of terror in a Lothians town.
VANDALS have used acid to attack a street full of cars in an Edinburgh neighbourhood.
POLICE are to scour bus stops for underage youngsters carrying alcohol as part of a blitz on anti-social behaviour over the festive season.
A TEENAGE thug jailed for an "animal-like" attack on Spanish tourists on Princes Street boasted about stamping on his victim's head just days before appearing in court.
THE police still don't know why Liam Melvin died. The facts surrounding his death are clear. The 17-year-old was stabbed and killed in the middle of a street confrontation between rival gangs on Southhouse Brae almost two years ago.
'YOUR name is who you are. I've got a reputation for being hard and other people will come looking for me to prove themselves," says 18-year-old Sean Weir with conviction.
A STREET gang is being blamed for terrorising Princes Street, carrying out violent assaults and dealing in drugs.
THE fight against antisocial behaviour has taken to the roads with the introduction of a £20,000 CCTV van.
A TEENAGE girl who tormented neighbours with blaring music has been hit with an Asbo in a move aimed at giving residents a "well-earned rest".
IT has been given a £100,000 revamp, but there's one fixture Edinburgh Council couldn't get rid of in Nicolson Square – the drinkers.
DRUNKEN youths who use Morningside Park as a hang-out are to get visits from the council's antisocial behaviour unit.
A WALL built to keep out vandals from a school is too low to make a difference, locals have said.
THIS is Edinburgh's latest Asbo teenager Daniel Baird enjoying the new limits of his freedom after being banned from most of his neighbourhood.