The new Wester Hailes Healthy Living Centre opened its doors to patients for the first time today (Tuesday 20 August) three months ahead of schedule.
Artwork designed by local school children has been unveiled today (Monday 19 August 2013) by the City of Edinburgh Council on the Silverknowes stretch of the Edinburgh Promenade.
One of the most famous battles in Scotland’s history is to feature in a unique museum exhibition opening tomorrow (Saturday 17 August) in Edinburgh.
Edinburgh’s first dedicated Gaelic school, Bun-sgoil Taobh na Páirce, opened its doors to pupils today (Friday 16 August).
The Council is set to create a new organisation to integrate transport services in the Capital. Transport for Edinburgh will be set up initially to integrate the tram and bus services, with Lothian Buses and Edinburgh Trams confirmed as the operators.
Twenty three new classrooms have opened their doors to pupils today (Wednesday 14 August) as the City of Edinburgh Council tackles the pressing issue of rising school rolls.
Details of Edinburgh’s bid for the National Performance Centre for Sport (NPCS) were announced today (8 August) following the bid team’s presentation to the judging panel at Hampden Park.
Five Council projects that have transformed the way city public services are delivered are going for gold in the finals of the Association of Public Service Excellence (APSE) Service Awards 2013.
Pictured in Greyfriar's Kirkyard are: David Jamieson, Parks and Greenspace Manager; judge Mel Henley; Tom Sargent from the Grassmarket Community Project; judge Mark Wasilewski; Cllr Lesley Hinds.
The beautiful John Byrne mural for the King's Theatre dome commissioned by the Festival City Theatres Trust was unveiled yesterday (Tuesday 6 August).