Plans for a new state-of-the-art health hub in Edinburgh have taken a major step forward.
Owners in around 100 tenement stairs in Edinburgh are being directed to alternative property managers.
Chief Executive, Sue Bruce, responds to the Public Audit Committee's report into the Gathering 2009.
Take a stroll along Market Street on Friday 25 Feb and you'll be in for a treat - an artist is going to be creating a dramatic large-scale artwork in full view of passers-by at the City Art Centre.
The number of young people campaigning to stand for Edinburgh in the Scottish Youth Parliament has increased by 50 per cent, it was announced today.
Gracemount Primary has unveiled its brand new nursery. The new £1 million development will provide modern early years education facilities for three to five-year-olds in the area.
Lord Provost George Grubb has written to the Mayor of Christchurch in the wake of the devastating earthquake which hit the New Zealand city yesterday.
Plans to build a new high school in Portobello were approved today by councillors on the city's planning committee.
Work to review contracts worth £16m for services to support older people and people with physical disabilities has moved to the next stage.
The number of women in top jobs at the City of Edinburgh Council has approximately doubled since 2004.