The City of Edinburgh Council launches the fourth Green Pencil Award, a creative writing competition with an environmental theme open to all P4-7 aged pupils in Edinburgh.
The £2.6m refurbishment of the city's Kings Theatre took an important step forward today with the appointment of the main contractor, H&J Martin Ltd.
Planned works due to start across the tram route in September have been put on hold following last week's Council decision to implement the first phase from the airport to Haymarket.
The number of organisations providing care at home for people with increasingly complex needs is more than doubling in Edinburgh.
The City of Edinburgh Council has today given notice of a special meeting of the Council which has been called by the Lord Provost, to be held on Friday 2 September at 10.00am.
A new multimedia campaign launched today is aiming to tackle a shortage of foster carers in Edinburgh.
The project which will see the first new council homes built in Edinburgh for more than a generation has been short listed for another major housing award.
Festival goers have been enjoying a more relaxed, informed and, in some cases, romantic experience in Edinburgh this year, thanks to three new council supported websites.
Labour and Conservatives Councillors on the City of Edinburgh Council have today voted to rescind an earlier decision to build the first phase of the Edinburgh Tram Project to St Andrew Square.
The skyline of North Sighthill in Edinburgh will be changed forever with the dramatic demolition of three tower blocks on Sunday 25 September 2011.