Voting for the new intake of members of the Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP) will get underway in Edinburgh tomorrow, Friday 1 March.
Art teachers in Edinburgh schools are invited to nominate pupils for the prestigious Paolozzi Prize for Art, which aims to find and celebrate aspiring young artists.
Edinburgh's Royal Mile business owners have joined forces to preserve the historic street's reputation as a major attraction and to give them a united voice in the community.
The City of Edinburgh Council is warning parents who have applied for primary school places out with their catchment that they may not be met due to the pressure of rising rolls.
Proposals to ensure that children with disabilities are entitled to up to six weeks of access to respite playscheme services during the school holidays are to be considered by councillors.
Following public feedback, the Council is set to seek funding from Sustrans in order to help improve provision for cyclists and pedestrians in Leith Walk.
The City of Edinburgh Council is leading the fight against lead theft amongst local authorities in Scotland, working alongside Lothian and Borders Police, which is driving down the rate of this crime.
Pupils from Stockbridge Primary School today ‘took a step in 2013’ with Lord Provost Donald Wilson and Scotmid’s Malcolm Brown to mark the start of Fairtrade Fortnight
Anne MacPhail has been appointed as the Head Teacher for the city's first dedicated Gaelic school, Bun-sgoil Taobh na Páirce.
A new purpose-built cycling hub is set to be created in the east of Edinburgh.