Test results carried out by the City of Edinburgh Council have confirmed that a batch of frozen mince containing between 1% and 5% horsemeat was supplied to one of the city's PPP1 primary schools prior to the product being recalled by distributor 3663 on 8 March.
A new drive to encourage people to provide support to vulnerable adults in their own home is being launched by the City of Edinburgh Council.
The Council today (27 March) announced its commitment to ensuring recent delays to tram works on St Andrew Square, caused by adverse weather conditions, do not affect the project's overall schedule.
Council offices may be closed on Good Friday and Easter Monday, but there will still be plenty to do for locals and visitors.
Owners of shared properties looking to organise repairs will be able to get help from a new Council service from Tuesday 2 April.
The City of Edinburgh Council has outlined details of where upgrading works are to be completed in city schools in the coming year.
The majority of Edinburgh residents will have access to food waste recycling by this summer with the service being rolled out to flats and tenements.
The City of Edinburgh Council is set to introduce changes to council tax that will aim to tackle the issue of empty homes in the Capital.
The school holidays are upon us, the weather is still wintry and parents across Edinburgh are frantically planning how best to fill their children’s fortnight.
The City of Edinburgh Council has been granted the power to borrow up to £21 million by the Scottish Government to help build up to 160 affordable homes in the city.