Education Convener Councillor Paul Godzik reaffirms the Council's commitment to delivering essential schools.
Edinburgh’s Bongo Club will occupy the space below the Central Library from January 2013 after an agreement was reached between the Council and Out of the Blue Arts and Education Trust.
Construction of a food waste treatment facility at Millerhill could start in 2014 after the appointment of Alauna Renewable Energy Ltd (ARE) as preferred bidder by Zero Waste: Edinburgh & Midlothian.
A programme of utilities works on Leith Walk and Constitution Street will begin early in the New Year and will be complete by early summer 2013.
A unique centre that collates information on the history of Scotland’s contribution to World War 1 has been officially opened at Edinburgh Central Library today (Wednesday 10 October).
Nearly a third of all Scotland's new affordable housing planning approvals were made in Edinburgh last year.
A package of measures is being introduced to improve security on the landings of housing blocks in the south west of Edinburgh.
The City of Edinburgh Council has commenced criminal proceedings in the Justice of the Peace Court against three parents who it is alleged have failed to ensure their child attends school regularly.
Members of the public are being given a voice to influence Council decisions in the city with the date being set (Monday, 3 December) for the first meeting of the new Petitions Committee.
Celebrations were held today to mark the 20th anniversary of Library Link, a bus service for anyone who has difficulty getting to their library because of age, disability or ill health.