Lights will go out at iconic sites across Edinburgh this Saturday night in support of the Earth Hour 2013 global call for action on tackling climate change.
City companies who want to improve the fuel efficiency of their vehicles are being urged to take advantage of a free advice and assessment service.
The amount of household rubbish being recycled in Edinburgh is increasing, with residents sending less waste than ever before to landfill.
A £5.8m project to transform Saughton Park and Gardens into one of Edinburgh's premier parks has taken a step forward with the submission of a £4m funding bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund.
A public consultation could begin soon to gauge views on a proposed scheme aimed at making Edinburgh's City Centre more accessible and attractive, particularly for pedestrians.
There is a continual drive to find foster carers in the city, especially those willing to take on the extremely rewarding challenge of caring for children with disabilities.
Edinburgh has been confirmed as the latest host venue for Britain from the Air, an outdoor exhibition of more than 100 stunning aerial photographs.
The winners of this year's Edinburgh Lord Provost Fair Trade Awards were revealed at a well-attended fair trade brunch on Saturday.
The City of Edinburgh Council’s efforts to help young people into jobs, training or further education were recognised last night with a silver award at the COSLA Excellence Awards.
The City of Edinburgh Council recently ran a consultation on the proposal to take a Private Bill to the Scottish Parliament.