Councillor Paul Godzik today met with Prestonfield Primary pupil Eilidh Thomson (9), whose late Grandfather, Father and siblings have all attended the school.
Direct support for local business in York Place is being stepped up as the latest stage of tram construction work gets under way this weekend.
A major networking event aimed at promoting sporting and cultural opportunities in the Capital is being held on Tuesday.
Councillors today rejected a community bid to operate Leith Waterworld but left the door open for an improved submission in four months time.
Businesses in the Grassmarket are being given the opportunity to decide on the area's future as voting on whether to become a Business Improvement District (BID) starts on Thursday (20 September).
Funding of £10.7m to bring 90% of Edinburgh residents and businesses high speed broadband by 2015 has been announced by the UK Government today.
A pioneering homelessness project funded by the City of Edinburgh Council is in line for a top award.
Dr Alasdair Allan, Minister for Learning, Science and Scotland’s Languages yesterday visited the site of the new Gaelic School, the former Bonnington Primary, in advance of works beginning.
Sir Chris Hoy is well used to riding into the history books, only today he wasn’t in the saddle.
Edinburgh's Bus Station will stay open during the next phase of the tram works on York Place and buses will have access all the way along Princes Street from this weekend, the City of Edinburgh Council announced today (14 September 2012).