A report has been issued to Councillors today (20 April) calling for the construction of the new Portobello High School to begin as soon as the current appeal by PPAG (Portobello Park Action Group) is either withdrawn or concluded in the Council’s favour.
The largest survey exhibition of work by George Leslie Hunter to be held in Scotland for almost 50 years will take centre stage at the City Art Centre this summer.
A section of Leith’s 16th century town ditch which formed part of its historic defences were uncovered today (Thursday 19 April) ahead of a proposed housing development at the site.
Scotland's only London 2012 'Live Site' in Edinburgh's Festival Square was a hive of activity yesterday as 100 city schoolchildren joined local Torchbearers for an important milestone.
Outline plans to lease the Leith Theatre and Thomas Morton Hall complex in Ferry Road to the Leith Theatre Trust (LTT) are to be considered by the Council's Culture and Leisure Committee next week.
Sports pitches and pavilions across Edinburgh are set to benefit from a £600,000 cash injection towards maintenance, new grounds equipment and sporting equipment.
Following the outcome of the Scottish Cup semi-finals at the weekend, Edinburgh is in the grip of football fever ahead of the final in May.
For the first time the top Edinburgh-based companies by pre tax profits have been published in the latest edition of Edinburgh by Numbers, published by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Tickets went on sale at 10am today, Friday 13 April, for Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2013, with ten 'Lucky 13' winners in with a chance of landing their tickets for free.
A number of eye-catching events are being held in Edinburgh's Festival Square over the coming weeks as it prepares to become Scotland's only 'Live Site' for London 2012.