The first phase of a pilot project which will see traders presenting their bins for collection at specific times of the day has begun in Edinburgh’s city centre today [20 January].
Community Safety Leader and local councillor Cammy Day today spoke of the impact of the unfolding situation on the local community in North Edinburgh.
The statement below was issued by Police Scotland at 01:13 this morning, Saturday 18 January:
An event marking the life of Edinburgh’s world-famous terrier Greyfriars Bobby was held by his graveside on the anniversary of his death.
Ambitious plans for Edinburgh's transport future were given the green light today.
Beach volleyball courts, allotments or play areas could soon neighbour some of Edinburgh's bowling greens as part of a plan to overhaul underused sites.
Street lighting which could save the Council up to £280,000 a year is set to be rolled out across Edinburgh following a successful pilot.
Millions of pounds have been invested in the Capital's roads and pavements so far this financial year, 2013/14.
Reinforced project management arrangements and protocols have been put in place for the next phase of a major flood prevention scheme along Edinburgh's Water of Leith.
Edinburgh’s streets are the cleanest they’ve ever been according to the latest cleanliness assessment by Keep Scotland Beautiful.