Fencing champion Keith Cook will be turning the spotlight on sport and dyslexia at a special event on Tuesday (6 November) to kick-off national Dyslexia Awareness Week.
The Council today launched, Be Prepared for Winter, our winter weather public communications campaign, which is designed to help residents gear up for whatever winter brings.
Passengers in Edinburgh can now plan their journeys about the city better thanks to a major revamp of the Bustracker website.
Twelve of the leading voluntary sector organisations in Edinburgh have come together to show their support for the city’s school leavers.
Flora Stevenson Primary School is taking a new approach to physical education which is being studied by university researchers.
From today (Monday 29 October), resurfacing work will take place on North and South St David Street, lasting approximately three weeks.
The City of Edinburgh Council and UNISON are pleased to announce an agreement to settle the outstanding equal pay claims of former APT& C employees lodged by the Union on behalf of their members.
More than half of Edinburgh's cycle casualties in November, December and January happen during the hours of darkness.
A new shared use route connecting the Shore in Leith with Portobello Promenade was officially launched today (Tuesday 23 October 2012).
A Council paper published today (22 October) details the significant progress made by the tram project since work restarted in April 2011.