Residents in Edinburgh are being urged to show their support for international action on climate change by switching off their lights for WWF’s Earth Hour 2011.
The Council has redesigned the way garden waste is collected for recycling and residents will notice some changes over the next few months.
A feast of music, dance and storytelling starring top performers from all over Scotland and beyond gets under way in the Capital this weekend.
For the second year running it is proposed that households in Edinburgh are offered a one-off £50 Council Tax rebate by installing cavity wall or loft insulation (£75 if both are installed).
Young people from Leith have gained hands-on experience of traditional building skills as part of the Leith Townscape Heritage Initiative.
Pupils in Edinburgh are to get the opportunity to learn at Easter Road through a Curriculum for Excellence based link-up between Hibernian Community Foundation and the City of Edinburgh Council.
Over 100 local residents are to join the City of Edinburgh Council to celebrate the city’s achievements in parks and greenspace.
Organisations from across Edinburgh gathered today for a four-day series of events focusing on how to minimise the impact of major incidents as well as identifying issues and risks in the city.
Lawnmowers and television sets are just some of the props being used to educate older people and their carers on the dangers of electrical equipment in the home.
An ‘edible hedge’ in Pilrig Park will launch Edinburgh’s Britain in Bloom bid this year.