Work starts on the return of the Ross Fountain

The first parts of the renovated Ross Fountain will be returned to the site within West Princes Street Gardens during February, now that the extensive work on the foundations is almost complete.

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Plans to deliver a new £40 million Queensferry High School have taken a huge step forward

Planning permission has been approved for the brand new 1,200 capacity secondary school and the City of Edinburgh Council has announced the team delivering it will be its development partner Hub South East.

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Council Leader sets out priorities for next six months

Cllr Adam McVey discusses the coalition’s priorities for the first half of 2018…

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Revised Picardy Place plans approved by councillors

Revised proposals for the Picardy Place junction were approved by councillors today (Thursday), following an extended period of consultation.

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Trading Standards targets banned cosmetic substance as part of national drive

Edinburgh’s Trading Standards service has joined teams from local authorities across the country to crack down on cosmetic products including the banned substance, Methylisothiazolinone (MI).

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Time to get really serious about young people

2018 is the Year of Young People in Scotland and Councillor Alison Dickie, Vice Convener of Education, Children and Families, writes about why we should let young people lead from the front.

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Public partners reach campus-wide agreement for Edinburgh Bioquarter

Press release issued by Edinburgh's Bioquarter today.

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Condolences for Midlothian

The Provost of Midlothian has tragically passed away at the age of 67 after a short illness.

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Edinburgh’s Christmas celebrates biggest ever season with 13% increase in ticket sales

2017 marked the fifth year of Underbelly producing Edinburgh’s Christmas for the City of Edinburgh Council and the biggest ever year for the city’s six weeks long festive celebrations.

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Larger schools and the positive impact on young people's education

Education Convener Councillor Ian Perry discusses in today's Evening News the benefits of larger schools as part of the current review into west and south west Edinburgh schools.

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