As the big night approaches, organisers of Edinburgh's world famous street party are urging revellers to be warm, to stay safe and to enjoy all that Edinburgh has to offer this Hogmanay.
From 1st January 2012, changes to the width of 5p and 10p coins will affect payment options for all Pay and Display parking ticket machines throughout the city.
The Depute General Secretary of the Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association (SSTA) has written to members about the Council's implementation of changes to secondary school management posts.
The winner of the 2011 Edinburgh Award is Professor Peter Higgs, renowned theoretical physicist and retired professor from The University of Edinburgh.
An Edinburgh landlord has been successfully prosecuted for operating a house in multiple occupation (HMO) without a licence.
More older people in Edinburgh will be able to heat their homes this winter after nearly £553,000 was handed out to voluntary organisations this week in the capital.
Edinburgh’s spectacular Hogmanay programme will begin on Friday 30 December with three days and nights of outstanding events throughout the city.
The process of identifying the contractor who will deliver facilities to treat around 110,000 tonnes a year of residual waste collected by City of Edinburgh and Midlothian Councils is now under way.
For residents living in the Edinburgh area there will be no change to collection dates for green wheelie bins/ black sack collections, food waste bins and red and blue boxes over the festive period.
The beautifully refurbished Morningside Library was officially declared open again today - two months ahead of schedule.