Management plan for World Heritage Site approved

The City of Edinburgh Council and partners Edinburgh World Heritage and Historic Environment Scotland have agreed a new approach to managing the Capital’s world class city centre.

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Keeping road users safe on Leith Walk

As part of the Leith Programme, new cycle ways have recently gone live on Leith Walk, along with a pioneering ‘two-stage right turn’ at McDonald Road to help less confident cyclists turn right safely.

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Taskforce to tackle homelessness

Our Housing and Economy Convener, Cllr Gavin Barrie, writes in today's Evening News about tackling homelessness across the city.

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Council supports Small Business Saturday

Cllr Gavin Barrie, Housing and Economy Convener, is encouraging residents to support Small Business Saturday this weekend.

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Council welcomes new homelessness funding

Cllr Gavin Barrie, Housing and Economy Convener, comments on new funding to assist homelessness services throughout the city.

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The lawless minority will not be tolerated

Edinburgh Community Safety Partnership Chair, Councillor Ian Campbell, writes in today's Evening News about how the Council and partners are tackling Antisocial behaviour in the capital.

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Britain's best swimmers to descend on the Commie

Tickets for the Edinburgh International Swim Meet with the British Swimming Championship have gone on sale today (Friday 17 November).

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Edinburgh and South Queensferry pupils get a lesson with fibre broadband

Pupils at Colinton Primary School in Edinburgh and St Margaret’s Primary School in South Queensferry this week got the chance to learn about technology on board the Digital Scotland Fibre Showcase.

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Views sought on Edinburgh's Statement of Licensing Policy

An informal consultation is currently underway on Edinburgh Licensing Board’s Statement of Licensing Policy, which sets out how it will consider applications for licensed premises in the city.

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Travel advice for rugby fans heading to watch the Autumn Tests at Murrayfield

**UPDATE 21 NOVEMBER: If travelling to Murrayfield or Tynecastle via the A90 on Saturday 25 November, please leave extra time for your journey as diversions will be in place for the demolition of Burnshot Bridge. **

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