Residents, workers and spectators who will be in the capital on 16 September when the Pope visits are being urged to prepare well for the day.
Edinburgh residents will from today be encouraged to participate in an unprecedented engagement and consultation programme to help influence the Council’s budgets over the next few years.
Dog-loving amateur photographers can fetch an exciting prize by entering a competition to find the best photographs of people's canine companions.
Following the resignation of Councillor Ian Murrary, Bill Cook was today elected as the new Councillor for the area.
In order for trams to run through Edinburgh 's streets unimpeded, a number of changes to traffic management are required.
The City of Edinburgh Council has offered the post of Chief Executive to Sue Bruce following the conclusion of short-list interviews by the recruitment committee today (2 September 2010).
The project which is run by the City of Edinburgh Council and supported by both Scotmid and NHS Lothian, aims to raise awareness of food safety issues in young adults in Edinburgh, as well as linking food safety messages to healthy eating issues.
Popular children’s author and illustrator, Kate Veale, will help celebrate Edinburgh’s commitment to biodiversity by launching the BiodiverCity 2010 competition at 10am on Friday 3rd September at Newhaven Nursery.