The action-packed Festival of Sport kicks off in the Capital this weekend, showcasing a huge variety of physical activities from Saturday until 14 September.
A creative writing competition for Edinburgh children has been launched at the Hermitage of Braid with pupils from Pentland Primary School today (Wednesday 29 August).
Hollywood glitz is coming to Edinburgh as adults with learning disabilities take to the stage to raise funds at a charity fashion show tomorrow night (29 August).
The second wave of a campaign to increase the number of carers from black and minority ethnic backgrounds in Edinburgh has been launched.
Russell Road, a key route to the South West of Edinburgh, reopened to traffic today (24 August), having been closed for 11 months to allow for the construction of a bridge for the Edinburgh Tram line.
The latest in a series of ‘shutter art’ is set to be unveiled tomorrow (Saturday 25 August) at telescope and microscope business Paradigm Shift on Leith Walk.
Britain's greatest Olympian speaks of his delight at receiving the city's top honour.
Active schools with support from Edinburgh Leisure are taking a group of 16 young people from Edinburgh Schools to volunteer as Young Games Makers at the Paralympics in London from 24 August to 9 September 2012.
The statue of Sherlock Holmes has today been reinstated in Picardy Place, three years after it was removed to make way for tram works.
A month-long initiative to improve the quality of life for residents in the Calders area of Edinburgh started today (Tuesday 21 August).