The sixth Green Pencil Award has been launched in Edinburgh by local author Lari Don alongside school children dressed to expect rain, snow or shine.
A decision from the Scottish Government is expected in the next few weeks on where the new National Performance Centre for Sport will be hosted.
A foster care recruitment campaign run by the City of Edinburgh Council has won a major UK award.
Edinburgh residents are being urged to ‘read between the lines’ to help prevent suicide.
The finishing touches are being made to tram works on York Place and the street will be open to traffic on Friday 6th September, four months ahead of the revised programme.
Edinburgh residents who provide unpaid care to family, friends and neighbours are being urged to have their say on how public and voluntary organisations can provide them with better support.
The streets of Edinburgh are getting cleaner with less incidences of dog fouling and graffiti, according to Keep Scotland Beautiful's latest assessment.
The search begins today (September 2) for community-minded individuals who want to make sure that real changes happen to where they live in Edinburgh.