A record number of affordable homes have been approved for construction this year by the City of Edinburgh Council.
An organisation set up to help unite the interests of the creative sector in Edinburgh has formally announced the appointment of two directors.
What do HRH Princess Beatrice, Michelle Mone OBE, Sir Steve Redgrave, Nicholas Parsons, an 11-year-old boy, a policeman, a prisoner, a parent and a vet have in common?
At a City of Edinburgh Council meeting today councillors deferred the decision on the future of Environment services until the next Council meeting due to be held on Thursday 24 November.
Plans for a new Gaelic school in Leith, Edinburgh, have been given the go-ahead by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Another 89 affordable homes are to be built in Edinburgh under the National Housing Trust (NHT) initiative.
Parents are being advised to visit and learn more about their catchment primary school before applying for a place at a school in a different area.
Following the decision by councillors to build the first phase of the tram project as far as York Place, plans are now being devised to carry out a series of improvements in the Leith Walk area.
It's already a firm fixture on the Royal Mile tourist trail, with 35 of Scotland's most illustrious authors, poets and playwrights commemorated in stone for posterity.
Council run schools and the majority of community education centres are set to get access to WIFI as part of a £5.3 million investment IT services.