Culture and Communities Convener: A bit of creative accounting will keep city culture thriving

Councillor Donald Wilson writes in today's Edinburgh Evening News about the new approach to Third Party Cultural Grants

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Over 100 years of footwear on show at The Museum of Edinburgh exposes the sole of Edinburgh’s past residents

This June The Museum of Edinburgh gives you the chance to step back in time to explore over a hundred years of footwear and discover a truly unique insight into the lives of Edinburgh residents from centuries past.

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Trading Standards recognised for innovative work

The City of Edinburgh Council’s Trading Standards team has been shortlisted for a national award recognising their work to prevent the sale of substandard consumer goods.

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It's time to make your Fringe as the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme is revealed

The Fringe sparked into life today with the launch of the official 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme, featuring a diverse selection of work from the worlds of theatre, dance, circus, comedy, music, musicals and opera, cabaret, variety and events.

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New exhibition places Edinburgh-born female artist back in the spotlight over 150 years after her birth

In November 2019, Edinburgh’s City Art Centre brings the Edinburgh-born artist Mary Cameron (1865-1921) back into the spotlight, displaying over forty rarely-seen artworks from public and private collections.

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Edinburgh Trams - five years on track

It hardly seems like five years since Edinburgh Trams opened for service.  At 4am the platforms were full with excited people, each holding their special edition platinum tickets waiting to hear the ‘ding ding’ and see a tram coming along the track.

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New bus lane cameras operational in the Capital

Three new bus lane cameras went live in Edinburgh this week, helping to improve the flow of public transport in the city.

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Scotland’s leading concert hall hosts the finest orchestras and soloists from around the world in new Sunday Classics season

Scotland’s only 5-star concert venue, Edinburgh’s stunning Usher Hall, is proud to announce the 2019-20 programme for its much-loved Sunday Classics season.

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Danny Macaskill drops in to support the OneCity Trust with Underbelly

A special Fringe Gala show has been announced to take place with Danny MacAskill’s Drop and Roll, which will raise thousands of pounds for the OneCity Trust’s work fighting inequality and exclusion in the City of Edinburgh.

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City Plan 2030 being progressed

Cllr Neil Gardiner, Planning Convener, writes in today's Evening News about how we are still progressing the City Plan 2030 following the rejection of SESplan2 last week.

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