A ground-breaking new independent study provides robust evidence for the far-reaching impact of Edinburgh's festivals on local and national life and the economy.
Residents and businesses in Edinburgh are being encouraged to register their burglar alarms as Noise Action Week kicks off.
An initiative to make the Moredun area of the Capital cleaner, greener and safer starts today (23 May).
Edinburgh has been successful in delivering development on sixteen housing sites in the past year – more than the rest of Scotland.
A 'Walk-Ed' fair in Princes Street Gardens launched Walk Edinburgh Week which is encouraging people across the city to be more physically active by discovering the joys and health benefits of walking.
A new draft strategy has been launched so locals and visitors to Edinburgh can enjoy the many benefits of the Union Canal.
Educational practice can be a victim of fashion as much as anything else and recent trends have seen an increase in the number of parents requesting to defer their child’s entry to primary school
A grow your own event for green fingers is due to take place at the Waste Education Cabin this bank holiday.
tie has, this morning, announced the departure of its Chief Executive Richard Jeffrey.
Leaders from Scotland’s six cities today (19 May) joined forces to sign a pledge in support of a shared vision of success for Scotland.