Shedding light on 250 years of Georgian Edinburgh

Known as one of the most historical cities in the UK, Edinburgh has put its past in lights with the launch of Georgian Shadows last night (Thursday 23 February 2017). 

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Two months to go until the Great Edinburgh Run

Today saw the launch of the Simplyhealth Great Edinburgh Run, the only run that travels through the heart of Edinburgh city centre.

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#ScamAware: Friends Against Mail Scams

Earlier this month the City of Edinburgh Council made a pledge to be an Organisation Against Scams.

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Film event to bring Wester Hailes' past to life

A specially-curated collection of archive footage will shed light on the rich history of Wester Hailes as part of a one-off screening next week.

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Housing and employment advice

Come along to these events and find out more about how the Benefit Cap might affect your benefit payments.

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Lesley Hinds: ‘As a council, we’re working extremely hard to improve Edinburgh’s air quality’

Transport and Environment Convener, Councillor Lesley Hinds, writes for today's Friends of the Scotsman on air quality in Edinburgh.

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Bike and shop thanks to new city cycle racks

Hundreds of cycle racks are set to be installed across Edinburgh as part of an ongoing project to increase bike parking.

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International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation

Monday 6 February marked the International Day of Zero Tolerance of Female Genital Mutilation.

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Budget savings due to better use of buildings

Cllr Gavin Barrie, Economy Convener, writes in the Edinburgh Reporter this week about savings made in the Council's budget by making better use of our buildings.

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