Edinburgh's Lord Provost, George Grubb, recounts what it was like to be among the guests at Westminster Abbey for the Royal Wedding.
Edinburgh's Lord Provost George Grubb is making the final preparations for his journey to London tomorrow where he will be a guest at the wedding of Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton.
What you can do if your household bins have not been collected
With the Scottish Parliamentary Elections and a UK-wide referendum on Thursday 5 May the City of Edinburgh Council is reminding voters what they need to know to have their say on polling day:
Residents from The Tower Care Home have been celebrating with a month-long Royal Wedding extravaganza.
The 300th anniversary of the birth of the revered Scottish philosopher and historian David Hume is being marked by a fascinating new exhibition at the Writers' Museum featuring rare archive materials.
New waste collection trials are due to start in the World Heritage Site next week.
A fresh warning has been issued to parents and carers over the dangers of roller blinds – after another tragic accident in England.
Edinburgh's oldest statue is back in town after undergoing a painstaking restoration.
As 61,353 postal voting packs start dropping through letter boxes across Edinburgh, postal voters are being reminded to read the instructions carefully otherwise their vote might not be counted.