Are you Loony enough to Dook?

Organisers of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay, produced on behalf of the City of Edinburgh Council, today announced that registration for the New Year’s Day Loony Dook at South Queensferry is now open.

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Cllr Cardownie on the city's Festivals and Events budget

The City's Festivals and Events Champion, Cllr Cardownie, writes about the Council's Budget decisions.

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Just the formula for drink drive campaign

Formula 1 stars are set to shine at a spectacular driving event in Edinburgh next week.

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Edinburgh third in UK for Economic Performance and quality of life

Cllr Frank Ross, Convener of the Economy Committee, comments on Edinburgh being ranked third in the UK for economic performance and quality of life by the 2014 Good Growth for Cities index, from PwC and think tank Demos.

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Budget Question Time event

The Council is deciding where to invest and where to save money – and we want your views.

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Check out your new Edinburgh patch

Thousands of people have helped to create a new map of Edinburgh's "patches" following an online consultation.

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Cllr Frank Ross on the budget challenges for Economic Development

This article appeared in today's Evening News on the theme of 'building a stronger economy for Edinburgh'.

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Racing his way to a park near you

Double Olympic champion Mo Farah has announced he will open his 2015 racing schedule at the international Great Edinburgh XCountry at Holyrood Park in Edinburgh on Saturday 10 January.

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New campaign to keep people safe over the festive period

The City of Edinburgh’s Community Safety Leader, Councillor Cammy Day, today joined police in Edinburgh for the launch of their annual campaign to keep people safe during the festive season.

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Revellers urged to plan ahead for Light Night

Those travelling to the city centre this Sunday are being advised to plan ahead, with up 30,000 people expected to flock to the annual Christmas lights switch-on.

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