A campaign to raise awareness about the symptoms of autism and how best to support individuals and families has been launched in Edinburgh.
Edinburgh’s youngest bookworms will be treated to tales of pirates and flying carpets as part of a scheme to get pre-school children reading.
Up to 3,500 homes in the capital are to be insulated over the next year in a bid to make them cheaper to heat and reduce fuel poverty.
The next phase of a major programme of investment into Leith Walk is set to move a step closer.
The Council has been asked to approve the award of a 10 year contract to bring free high-speed Wi-Fi to Edinburgh this summer.
Cllr Lewis welcomes media debate from The Scotsman, The Herald, and Evening News and academic insight from Edinburgh Napier University’s journalism department
With just one week to go until the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile in Edinburgh on Sunday 23 March 2014, Cllr Steve Cardownie urges you to sign up and show your support.
Recycling will be made easier for Edinburgh’s flats and tenements as part of a new pilot recommended for the city.
Organisers of today's Exercise Salvador event have paid tribute to members of the public for their help and enthusiasm.
A nursery run by the City of Edinburgh Council has achieved a clean sweep of ‘excellent’ grades in an Education Scotland report.