An independent report into practices at Mortonhall Crematorium, Edinburgh has been published today (Wednesday 30 April 2014).
Edinburgh's Usher Hall has today announced its latest international concert season as it celebrates its centenary year.
Three Edinburgh volunteers have been presented with the British Empire Medal today in recognition of their dedication to caring and volunteering and for their communities.
An exhibition commemorating the life of Anne Frank and the history of the Holocaust has gone on display at Firrhill High School.
One of Scotland’s greatest natural scientists, conservationist and campaigner, John Muir, was commemorated at Makars’ Court today (Tuesday 29 April) with the unveiling of an inscribed flagstone.
Edinburgh residents are being urged not to lose the opportunity to vote in the forthcoming European Elections.
The St James Quarter at the east end of Princes Street is set to be transformed by a £850m commercial development.
Nominations have now closed for the elections for Scottish Members of the European Parliament, to be held on Thursday 22 May 2014.
Edinburgh Trams will run a series of simulated 'tram recovery' tests over the coming days as part of a comprehensive pre-service tram testing and driver training programme.
Plans for traffic management around the Royal Commonwealth Pool in Edinburgh during this summer’s Commonwealth Games have been revealed.