The newest public library in the United Kingdom welcomed its first book lovers today.
A call for volunteers to independently assess the welfare of people in police custody and advise on equality issues within the local community has been issued by the Lothian and Borders Police Board.
Anna Flachova was guest of honour when Edinburgh's Lord Provost attended a Holocaust Memorial Day event this week, while the Central Library proudly launched the Ernest Levy Archive.
Major fleet operators in the capital were honoured for their green-friendly credentials at a special ceremony in Edinburgh today (26 January).
Lothian and Borders Police Board have welcomed the decision by David Strang to stay on as chief constable.
The Mound is to re-open to taxis, buses, cycles and emergency vehicles on 3 March - four months ahead of schedule.
The City of Edinburgh Council is top of the tree among Scottish local authorities after approving new sustainable procurement and timber policies.
The Central Library will be marking Holocaust Memorial Day this year with a special exhibition that remembers the life of holocaust survivor Ernest Levy.
Plans to build a state-of-the-art building to accommodate James Gillespie’s High School have now been approved.
Councillors in Edinburgh today voted to terminate the procurement process without award of any contract for the Integrated Facilities Management and Corporate and Transactional workstreams.