A major seminar on domestic abuse will be held tomorrow (1 December 2011) to discuss ways in which all agencies should work together to tackle the issue.
Twenty primary pupils in Edinburgh were congratulated at the Green Pencil Awards 2011 in the Central Library last Friday (25 November).
This year pupils from schools in Edinburgh, Ayr and Paisley, have been laying down the law, proving that ten years-on MiniTrials are still an educational way for pupils to experience Scots Law.
The latest programme of work to progress the Haymarket to St Andrew Square section of the Edinburgh Tram route has been announced today (28 November 2011).
The Council's headquarters at Waverley Court is to host a foster care drop-in evening on Thursday 1 December from 5pm -7pm.
The Writers' Museum today (25 November) revealed the eighth instalment in the book sculpture mystery that has puzzled Edinburgh for months.
A service is being developed by the City of Edinburgh Council that uses satellite technology to prevent people with dementia becoming lost in the city.
Glasgow City Council and Scottish universities have backed Edinburgh’s bid to host the UK’s Green Investment Bank, which is expected to help inject £15bn into the green economy over four years.
Twenty children will be presented with Green Pencil Awards at a special ceremony hosted by Councillors Deidre Brock and Ron Cairns at the Central Library tomorrow night (Friday 25 November 2011).
At a meeting of the City of Edinburgh Council today councillors voted to terminate the procurement process without award of any contract.