Residents across Edinburgh are being encouraged to join millions across the globe in switching off their lights this Saturday for World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Earth Hour 2012.
The City of Edinburgh Council has increased its monitoring patrols of the local area around Seafield waste water treatment plant.
A recent deep clean of Edinburgh's streets has led to an improvement in cleanliness scores - and the public are being urged to help keep the city presentable.
The City of Edinburgh Council is to pursue Portobello Park Action Group (PPAG) for the costs incurred in their recent legal case against the Council.
Nominations have closed for the local government election on 3 May 2012.
A counterfeit trader has been fined for selling fake designer jewellery after a raid by City of Edinburgh Council trading standards officers.
This week sees the start of work on the Council’s Quality Bike Corridor scheme, which runs between the Mound and the University of Edinburgh’s King’s Buildings campus.
Creative youngsters from primary and secondary schools throughout Edinburgh performed at a unique celebration of drama, dance and music last night (22 March 2012).
Pupils from Sciennes and Gillespie’s primary schools tested out a new 20mph Limit Pilot in South Central Edinburgh today (23 March 2012) with a route walk between their two schools.
Spectacular street science is expected to attract large crowds from this weekend to Edinburgh’s nine town centres.