Black bin bags on the streets of the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh could soon be a relic of the past. The World Heritage Site is the last city area where domestic waste is collected in this way.
The Council has issued a summary of the services which are expected to be affected by the UK wide strike on 30 November.
A ghost story with serious messages about bullying, a scheme that sets dads on a mission, and a project supporting children’s mental wellbeing, have all been awarded for their work.
One of the Old Town's most historically important buildings has entered a brand new chapter with the arrival of its new occupants, Edinburgh World Heritage.
Edinburgh Libraries' mantra is 'Better Libraries, Better Lives' and this message is central to a new draft strategy for the service approved for public consultation today.
All businesses in Edinburgh are being urged to make sure they are geared up for emergencies.
Violence against women and children in the capital is being highlighted by an international awareness campaign which starts later this week.
Edinburgh saw a busy summer of international sporting events take place with a positive economic benefit coming from their staging.
The third and fourth floors of the City Art Centre are a hive of activity as artists and craft makers assemble and install their work ahead of Saturday's exhibition opening.
The new Wester Hailes Healthy Living Centre is a step nearer following a turf-cutting event (14 November) to mark the start of construction of the new building.