Edinburgh to mark UK Clean Air Day with fume-free celebrations on city centre streets

Edinburgh is to celebrate the UK’s Clean Air Day on Thursday, 21 June in the city centre through a series of planned activities such as yoga on the Mound, a procession, and a series of talks from experts.

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Leap into the unknown at this year's Festival Fringe

The official 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme was launched today, inviting performers and audiences from across the globe to leap into the unknown and embark on their very own Fringe adventure.

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Bold outcomes to tackle homelessness

Cllr Kate Campbell, Housing and Economy Convener, writes in today's Evening News about recommendations from the homelessness task force to be considered by councillors.

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Lifting the curtain on major park restoration project

Contractors have given a sneak peek behind the scenes of a multi-million-pound scheme to restore Edinburgh’s historic Saughton Park – the largest project of its kind in Scotland.

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Lord Provost supports Paul's life-saving gift

Lord Provost Frank Ross lent his support to the installation of a defibrillator at Carrick Knowe Primary School in Edinburgh today (Wednesday 30 May).

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Special Royal Mile procession marks RAF's 100th anniversary

The Lord Provost of Edinburgh today joined a ceremonial procession on the city’s iconic Royal Mile as part of the Royal Air Force’s 100th anniversary celebrations.

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Pupils will be at the heart of the decision

Education Convener Councillor Ian Perry discusses the importance of tackling the attainment gap as part of the West and South West Schools review.

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Licensing Board hears from the public on new policy statement

A range of businesses, community groups, police and health services have had their say 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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Gaelic - it's all about the delivery

The Council is committed to further developing Gaelic writes Gaelic Champion, Councillor Alison Dickie.

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Learning Disability Festival 2018

Residents are being encouraged to come along to Leith Links this Friday (25 May) to help celebrate the achievements of people who have a learning disability and the organisations who provide support at the Learning Disability Festival 2018.

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