Recycling Advisors are going out and about in communities across Edinburgh, providing information and advice on minimising and recycling domestic waste.
Edinburgh’s historic Grassmarket will be transformed into a giant children’s play area on Wednesday (1 August) to mark national Playday.
Changes are being made to domestic waste collections by the City of Edinburgh Council in a bid to encourage residents to recycle more.
An American teacher’s passion for photographing gravestones in Scotland is the focus of a major new exhibition in Edinburgh next week.
The Red Arrows will fly over Edinburgh to celebrate the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games on Friday.
A £5.5 million improvement programme is set to provide a vital boost for Leith Walk, the Council announced today.
Edinburgh’s parks and green spaces have achieved a record 24 Green Flag Awards in this year’s national competition – over half of all flags given out in Scotland.
Contractors are starting to demolish three blocks of flats in the North Sighthill area of Edinburgh from today (23 July).
Following a £9.3 million restoration, Assembly Rooms Edinburgh is opening its doors for the first time in 18 months, to reveal the results of a magnificent refurbishment.
Art lovers have much to whet their appetite in Edinburgh this summer and those looking for a large helping of homegrown Scottish art will be especially well catered for at the City Art Centre.