Edinburgh is gearing up for a packed day of events tomorrow [Saturday 30 June] in West Princes Street Gardens as Armed Forces Day celebrations kick-off around the country.
A team from the City of Edinburgh Council is in the running for a prestigious national award for supporting the city's town centres.
An innovative service which helps combat social isolation among older people in Edinburgh has received an £800,000 funding boost.
Leith artists are being commissioned to brighten up Leith Walk by 'The Shutter Project' supported by the City of Edinburgh Council's I Love Leith initiative and LeithLate.
Hundreds of children in Edinburgh’s west end are being asked to play it safe this summer and stay away from tram construction sites.
Artwork designed by local children is being installed today by the City of Edinburgh Council (Tuesday, 26 June) on the Granton stretch of the Edinburgh Promenade.
New ten-minute Pause for Reflection sessions will be held prior to meetings of the City of Edinburgh Council under plans unveiled today.
The official Armed Forces Day flag has been raised in Edinburgh today (25 June) as the city prepares to honour service personnel past and present with a packed day of events on Saturday (30 June).
Princes Street, west of Waverley Bridge, is set to re-open to buses, cycles and taxis by 30 June.
The City of Edinburgh Council has developed an online Youth Work Map that will help young people discover and participate in the city’s wide range of youth projects.