An exhibition of work from a group of ‘young artists’ will be officially open to the public tomorrow as part of a City of Edinburgh Council well-being project.
"The accusations levelled by an unnamed head teacher in Friday's Edinburgh Evening News were quite simply irresponsible and, under the financial circumstances, absurd.
Crime rate figures in the city centre dropped by 17 per cent over the Christmas and New Year period.
Staff and pupils at St Leonard's Nursery School have been celebrating coming top of the class, thanks to a glowing report from school inspectors.
The next phase in a project to kick-start major development on Edinburgh's waterfront is set to begin.
Improving transport links to South East Edinburgh would act as a catalyst to unlocking significant economic development in the area, a major new study has revealed.
Councillors are set to approve a long term vision, and action plan, for Edinburgh's city centre public realm.
It was top marks for pupils and staff at Greengables Nursery School, after they received a positive report from school inspectors.
Recent figures show that the City of Edinburgh Council is making sustained progress towards its aims of becoming a top performing local authority. The improvements have come across a broad range of the Council's responsibilities, in both how it goes about its business and in meeting targets.
The fourth person to be honoured by the people of Edinburgh for making an outstanding contribution to the city will receive his accolade at the City Chambers tomorrow (Thursday 17 February 2011).