Residents across Edinburgh are being encouraged to love their local park next week as national Love Parks Week launches across the country.
Edinburgh’s torchbearers are to be given another opportunity to shine a light on the London 2012 Olympics.
The City of Edinburgh Council took proactive steps in order to cope with the predicted heavy rainfall today.
A series of fun and family-friendly events is being held at Leith Library this week to mark the building's 80th birthday.
Broughton Street will reopen to traffic this weekend (5am, Saturday 14 July) as the next major programme of city centre tram works gets underway on York Place.
An innovative scheme aimed at getting more pupils on their bikes, which was piloted at schools in Edinburgh, has won a Scottish Transport Award.
The Met Office has warned the public to expect heavy rain and possible travel disruption over the next 36 hours - especially throughout Edinburgh and the Lothians.
With four SEPA flood warnings currently in force, the Council's flood prevention team is operating 24-hour standby, monitoring all areas at risk and taking appropriate action as necessary.
Pay-and-display parking in Edinburgh city centre is to be free from 5pm during the 2012 festivals season in a drive to support businesses and keep the heart of the capital thriving over the summer.
The City of Edinburgh's strategy on improving access to good quality homes in the city has been recognised by separate industry awards ceremonies.