A MAN who was cleared of murdering his mother stayed away from a memorial service held yesterday, three years after she went missing.
A MEMORIAL service for missing Edinburgh woman Louise Tiffney, 43, was due to be held today at Cramond Kirk.
A FUNERAL will be held for "dead" Louise Tiffney even though her body is still missing.
THE sisters of Louise Tiffney have started the heart-breaking job of clearing the "time capsule" flat where she lived with the son who was cleared of her murder.
POLICE today insisted they would not rest until they had found Louise Tiffney’s body.
THE heartbroken family of missing mother Louise Tiffney today appealed to her killer to call the police anonymously to tell them where her body is.
A RETIRED detective has criticised the police over their refusal to carry out any further searches for the body of Louise Tiffney.
NO further searches will be made for the body of Louise Tiffney despite claims by her family that she may be buried in a shallow grave at a popular visitor attraction, police said today.
THE sisters of missing mother Louise Tiffney have asked police to let them help to dig up the grounds of a Scottish stately home in an attempt to find her body.
THE man cleared of murdering his mother has been banned from Hibs’ ground for attacking a fellow fan, the club said today.
SEAN Flynn calmly emerged from his father’s house today to face a barrage of waiting press photographers.
THE mother of Louise Tiffney said today she wanted to confront Sean Flynn in a bid to find out what has happened to her missing daughter.
A LABOUR MSP today claimed a majority of Scots had no confidence in the "not proven" verdict.
THE day her son Sean was born was possibly the happiest of Louise Tiffney’s life.
LOUISE TIFFNEY’S family fear Sean Flynn will begin a tug-of-love custody battle for his eight-year-old sister Hannah after being released from prison.
THE jury in the trial of a man accused of murdering his mother and disposing of her body was yesterday told to "judge the facts, not the people" when considering its verdict.
THE jury in the case of a man accused of murdering his mother was told yesterday that the discovery of her blood in the boot of his car was the "evidence that just won’t go away".