A food warning has gone out to food establishments in Edinburgh over the importance of proper handling of raw bean sprouts.
Some people may think composting is a 'pig of a job' - however a new funky composter is set to make the job more fun.
An £84 million investment in Edinburgh's waterfront is to be progressed using a new method of public financing.
Five Edinburgh nursery head teachers are driving a revival of an acclaimed 19th century early years teaching method.
A report proposing that a consultation should be carried out into the closure of two city nurseries will be presented to a special meeting of the Children & Families Committee next month.
An initiative hoping to provide up to 600 affordable homes in Edinburgh has moved a step closer.
Edinburgh has won eight Beautiful Scotland awards.
Councillor Deidre Brock, Culture and Leisure Convenor, outlined the new library stock policy agreed by the Culture and Leisure Committee on 14 September.
A host of historic Council-managed landmarks across Edinburgh will be taking part in Doors Open Day this weekend.
Hundreds of young Edinburgh musicians are taking part in a campaign to raise money for children’s cancer charity CLIC Sargent by taking part in a sponsored practice-a-thon.