A host of new electric cars are set to be added to public sector agencies’ fleets across Edinburgh as funding is secured from the Scottish Government to promote sustainable travel.
Young people from across Edinburgh are coming together today to have their say on the future priorities for the city.
A Scottish local authority has become the first in the country to gain a prestigious national award in recognition of its commitment to staff.
An Edinburgh company has been fined £6,500 after an accident resulted in one of their employees being injured at work.
The Edinburgh Lectures 2012 series has announced one of its best ever line-ups to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of this long running lecture programme.
Royston and Wardieburn residents joined together to mark the official opening of the area’s new state-of-the-art Community Centre.
Ceilidh Culture, organised by the Usher Hall in Edinburgh, will be celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.
Pupils at James Gillespie’s High School have come together to design their new school tie to celebrate the life of History Teacher, Mr Caddell, who died last year.
A report has been published by the City of Edinburgh Council regarding a potential strategic partnership to deliver Integrated Facilities Management services.
The city's transport leader today thanked motorists and other road users for their cooperation during the latest phase of tram works in the city centre, with a reminder of further diversions to follow