As part of the Edinburgh Art Festival, the City Art Centre will present a must see exhibition and a treat for photography lovers and fashionistas this summer.
Lord Provost Donald Wilson today backed Hibernian to bring the Scottish Cup back to Edinburgh for a second successive season.
To mark this year’s Noise Action Week (20 – 24 May) the City of Edinburgh Council is reminding residents about the services available to them if they are having problems with noisy neighbours.
Both the City Art Centre and the Museum of Childhood are set to capitalise on this summer’s influx of people to the city centre if proposals to extend evening opening hours are agreed.
The candidates standing in the Liberton/Gilmerton by-election on Thursday 20 June 2013 have been confirmed.
The prospect of stopping for a bite to eat while shopping on Princes Street is moving a step closer thanks to proposed changes to allow cafes and restaurants on Scotland's most famous street.
Environmentally aware pupils at four Edinburgh secondary schools today (Wed May 8) watched their films star on the big screen as they sought the top prize in an anti-litter competition.
The good practice of Neighbourhood Partnerships and how to increase their positive impact on communities is being considered by the newly formed Communities and Neighbourhoods Committee.
Tram tracks on from Haymarket to Picardy Place are to be put through a grinding process to clean and prepare them for use.
Giant faces constructed out of tree branches and leaves have taken root in Holyrood Park today (1st May).