Businesses in Queensferry today (22 June) voted yes to creating change, attracting further investment and having a real say in decisions that impact their business.
A You Tube clip is being used to drive home the message that hate crime will not be tolerated in Edinburgh.
Over 600 tonnes of plastic bottles have been recycled in the past year in Edinburgh but that’s still only 26% of all plastic bottles thrown away by households.
This summer, Assembly Rooms Edinburgh reopens on George Street, and it’s looking more stylish than ever before.
A spectacular series of the Edinburgh Lectures will wrap up this Friday (22 June 2012) with a special talk from His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the Usher Hall.
Juggling, puppet shows, Tricky Ricky and Bingo the Dog will be part of this summer's drive to get children reading in Edinburgh.
Efforts to promote cycle safety in Edinburgh will be stepping up a gear this week as the city’s road safety partnership launches a new campaign to tackle the dangers of large vehicles and blind spots.
MEMBERS of the public are set to be consulted on the quality of road works in Edinburgh as part of ongoing plans to ensure streets and pavements are safe and accessible.
City of Edinburgh Council Modern Apprentice John Beaton, 19, carried the Olympic Flame at Hopetoun House yesterday (13 June 2012).
Council tenants are being given the opportunity to shape the future of Edinburgh’s housing services.