Nearly half the Council tenants in Edinburgh subject to the UK Government's under-occupancy charge have not applied for extra help to pay their rent despite facing growing arrears and debt.
The first phase of the £42 million James Gillespie’s campus project was officially opened today (Wednesday 20 November).
Overhead power lines between the Bankhead Tram Stop and York Place have been switched on meaning the whole airport to city centre route is now live.
One of Scotland’s greatest poets, Gavin Douglas, was commemorated at Makars’ Court on Friday 15 November as an inscribed flagstone quoting his work is unveiled at the Edinburgh courtyard.
One of Edinburgh’s most ambitious affordable housing projects reached completion today (Thursday, 14 November 2013) with the opening of the prestigious new Quartermile development.
An app to locate every recycling point in the city and technology which helps blind people to cross roads more safely were just some of the winners from the first Edinburgh Apps event.
An urgent appeal has been launched today to provide immediate relief and long term recovery for the millions affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
Scotland rugby star Ross Rennie took time out from training for the Autumn Test games to sign his support for the Clean Up Edinburgh campaign.
The capital came a step closer today (Tuesday, 12 November) to becoming a dementia-friendly city after a plan was approved to help improve the lives of people with the condition throughout Edinburgh.
Organisers of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay today unveiled their full events programme and invited revellers to join the 21st birthday celebrations of the World Famous Street Party and Concert in the Gardens.