The Edinburgh International Film Festival and Pilton Video today launched the Edinburgh Schools short film competition.
A team of pupils from Currie Community High School have fought off stiff competition to win a first prize of £7000 in the inaugural John Byrne Award.
The future of primary and nursery level Gaelic education is the subject of a public consultation launched today.
Edinburgh is to introduce battery and plastic bottle recycling as part of the city's wider waste and recycling strategy.
Teachers in Edinburgh are to take part in a campaign to encourage the sharing of new ideas and approaches to the new curriculum.
The City of Edinburgh Council's recruitment committee has recommended Vic Emery as its preferred candidate for the role of combined chair for the boards of its two wholly owned transport companies.
Clermiston Primary is to unveil its brand new nursery school today.
A 17-year-old Edinburgh special needs pupil has become the first in Scotland to learn to travel to school on his own using satellite technology.
Plans have been approved and funding applications have been successful for environment improvements to East Harrison Park.
The City of Edinburgh Council 's housing leader has welcomed news that 174 affordable homes are going to be built in the city centre.