Details have been announced of the 120 candidates standing across Edinburgh's 17 wards in the Local Government Elections on 4 May.
A competition to replace the Ross Bandstand in the heart of Edinburgh’s West Princes Street Gardens with a new landmark Pavilion has received worldwide interest from architects and designers.
Building on the awareness raised over the years on support available for building repairs is one of the actions included in the proposed management plan for Edinburgh’s Old and New Towns’ World Heritage site.
Following a competitive procurement exercise, the City of Edinburgh Council has agreed a contractor to produce its world-famous winter festivals for the next three years.
School pupils with disabilities will take part in one of the largest sporting events of its kind in Scotland tomorrow (Friday 24 March 2017).
Residents continue to be satisfied with life in the Capital, the latest Edinburgh People Survey has shown.
The City of Edinburgh Council is set to improve access to and management of allotments in the Capital in recognition of their social, environmental and health benefits.
Recycling rates continue to climb in the capital thanks to a range of measures introduced by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Applications are invited for an Edinburgh Playing Out pilot project which would see residents in eligible streets organise temporary road closures for children's play events.
Young people in Edinburgh are being asked to decide how £60,000 of City of Edinburgh Council funding should be spent on youth work projects.