A report is to be considered next week on the progress of the major refurbishment of Edinburgh's Grade A-listed Royal Commonwealth Pool.
Edinburgh's historic Nelson Monument will be the centre of attention this weekend when it is specially illuminated to mark its new 4 star rating from VisitScotland.
Visitors to Edinburgh's number one concert hall will see a whole new side to the venue as the Usher Hall unveils its magnificent new wing to the public.
Plans to establish a main base in Edinburgh for Creative Scotland, the new national cultural agency expected to come into existence later this year, have moved forward today.
The Health and Social Care team at the City of Edinburgh Council has become the first in Scotland to achieve the prestigious UK Investing in Volunteers (IiV) award.
For the first time in over 40 years, the City of Edinburgh Council is making a comprehensive plan for open space in the city, and it wants your views.
The City of Edinburgh Council is to take samples at three sites in Edinburgh as part of a long-running inspection programme in former industrial areas. The sites are; the old Portobello power station, the former Northfield chemical works and a former chemical works at Abbeyhill.
Councillor Phil Wheeler, Convener of the Finance and Resources Committee comments on the budget for 2010/11 and the difficult decisions ahead.
A publicity drive has been launched in Edinburgh this week to encourage women to get help if they are victims of domestic abuse. It is thought that more than half of all attacks and harassment may go unreported, prompting an advertising campaign, carrying the message No Excuse, highlighting the support that is available.
It is expected that investment in education and care services will be at the heart of the City of Edinburgh Council’s budget announced today (Thursday 11 February). The unprecedented third successive freeze in Council Tax will maintain Edinburgh’s Band D rate as the lowest of Scotland’s four major cities.