An anti-litter campaign to reduce the amount of cigarette litter in the city centre has been hailed a success.
Edinburgh has been named one of the most economically resilient cities in Britain in a new report from the Centre for Cities, an urban policy think tank.
Local school children are being tasked with drawing up with potential names for Edinburgh's latest state-of-the-art care home.
Time is running out for local eco-groups and residents to apply for Waste Action Grants from the City of Edinburgh Council.
The Council has unveiled a range of proposals which aim to increase participation in sport physical activity by improving access to facilities in Edinburgh's schools.
A wetland bog, wildlife pond and butterfly-friendly orchard are just three winning school plans set to scoop eco awards at a ceremony at the Royal Botanic Gardens this Friday.
The City Art Centre will showcase works by some of Edinburgh's finest artists and craft makers when it hosts a special exhibition later this year.
Edinburgh's Culture Leader, Councillor Deidre Brock, welcomes today's announcement of Liz Lochhead as Scotland's new Makar, or National Poet.
Local and national politicians and community representatives gathered in West Edinburgh earlier today (18 January) to celebrate the start of work to build a pioneering £5.7m multi-purpose hub.
Councillor Jenny Dawe, Leader of the City of Edinburgh Council, has urged Edinburgh and Lothian politicians to put their weight behind proposals to bring a high-speed rail link as far as the capital.