A major milestone in the Edinburgh Trams project has been reached today with an event to mark the official handover of the Gogar depot to the Council.
The Lord Provost is calling on Edinburgh citizens to nominate the most deserving fair trade individuals, business and schools in the Fair Trade Awards 2012.
The refreshed business case for High Speed Rail published today by the Scottish Government has been welcomed by the Leaders of the City of Edinburgh and Glasgow Council.
The City of Edinburgh Council is to launch an ambitious five year economic strategy.
The number of older and vulnerable people in Edinburgh receiving care in their own home through the night is set to increase dramatically.
Midlothian Council today unanimously granted planning permission in principle for modern, efficient waste treatment facilities to be built near the site of old rail marshalling yards in Millerhill.
Edinburgh schools are competing in the Young Consumer of the Year competition, which will see them battle it out for the chance to compete in the national final next year.
Trial runs of the first of Edinburgh’s new trams started today on the test track at the network’s Gogar depot.
Sports and outdoor education projects have been awarded more than £300,000 in funding by the City of Edinburgh Council’s Pensions and Trusts Committee.
A call has gone out to city businesses and organisations across all sectors to provide jobs, paid work experience, training or continued education for every school leaver in Edinburgh.