Edinburgh is gearing up for a packed day of events tomorrow [Saturday 29 June] in West Princes Street Gardens as Armed Forces Day celebrations kick-off around the country.
Dog fouling hot spots in South Queensferry were the target of a recent initiative by environmental wardens determined to make sure that pet owners acted responsibly.
Tram bosses have insisted that the tram service is predicted to run at a surplus over fifteen years following recent news coverage that suggests otherwise.
Lord Provost Donald Wilson today committed to closer cultural and creative collaboration between Edinburgh and the Chinese city of Shenzhen.
A proposal to develop a scholarship fund in memory of the late Cllr Tom Buchanan was approved by the City of Edinburgh Council's Economy Committee this week.
A new team of environmental wardens are to patrol Edinburgh's littering hot spots in a bid to clean up the streets.
More school leavers than ever in Edinburgh are moving into work, education, or training.
A giant cigarette butt and an over-sized wad of chewing gum have been helping to raise awareness of the first ever Greater Grassmarket Clean Up Day.
The official Armed Forces Day flag has been hoisted above the City Chambers in Edinburgh as the city gets ready to honour Armed Forces personnel with a packed day of events this Saturday (29 June).
Young people living in the Almond area of Edinburgh are being given the chance to win funding for their very own projects.