Top of the agenda at today’s meeting of the City of Edinburgh Council was the Budget and the proposed strategy for the Council's Budget from 2011 to 2014.
Delivering fair and equal pay across the City of Edinburgh Council took a significant step forward yesterday (Thursday 20 May 2010).
Full Council next week will consider a paper on the budget situation, the steps being taken to identify savings and proposals for public engagement.
Edinburgh's inaugural Learning Festival will give parents the opportunity to see Curriculum for Excellence in action next Saturday.
The number of Edinburgh council tenants being evicted from their homes is at a record low.
Foster Care Fortnight, co-ordinated by UK-wide charity the Fostering Network, begins on Monday 17 May.
Over half of Council homes in Edinburgh have now attained the Scottish benchmark standard for quality thanks to focused investment.
A four month consultation with Portobello residents on the new high school kicks of this week, with a meeting for key stakeholders on Monday 10 May in the local primary school.
Edinburgh’s latest new school is to be opened by Scottish entrepreneur Sir Tom Farmer and city Education Leader Cllr. Marilyne MacLaren.
Council Leader, Cllr Jenny Dawe, responds to a new poll ranking Edinburgh as the most popular travel destination in the UK – and 21st in the world…