A report detailing the outcome of a recent consultation on the proposed closure of Castlebrae Community High School will be considered at the Council meeting on 14 March.
The major annual survey of Edinburgh residents has shown record levels of satisfaction with local services, continuing a steady trend over the last five years.
The Edinburgh Lectures 2013 series has been unveiled, with a line-up of speakers chosen to reflect the Scottish Government’s Year of Natural Scotland.
Forty nurseries and early years centres in Edinburgh are benefiting from an investment into garden water features to give young children the opportunity to experience natural, active play outdoors.
Unique Events Ltd and Underbelly Ltd are poised to deliver Edinburgh’s world-famous Christmas and Hogmanay festival and event programmes.
A poignant and moving exhibition focused on the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 opened last night (13 February) at Edinburgh’s Central Library
Parents are being asked to help tackle the problem of dog fouling near school grounds in the south of Edinburgh.
The City of Edinburgh Council has agreed investment in three new city schools over the next five years.
Increasing investment in frontline services in Edinburgh for vulnerable residents of all ages was a priority at the Council budget meeting today.
A landlord has been refused entry on the landlord register which makes it a criminal offence for him to rent out property in the Capital.