With the summer school holidays underway, parents are planning how to keep their children entertained in Edinburgh for the next six weeks.
The Scottish Capital’s new poet, the Edinburgh Makar, has been inaugurated today (Friday 27 June) at a special reception within the City Chambers.
The City of Edinburgh Council has today cemented its off-market offer to save the historic Customs House building in Leith by partnering with the Scottish Historic Buildings Trust (SHBT).
Play time has begun in Ratho Station, where a brand new community park has swung into action for local children.
Edinburgh's older people are set to enjoy improved social lives thanks to community transport being given a £225,000 funding boost.
More than 140,000 residents are set for a new recycling service in Edinburgh, which will come into effect from September.
A project to find and display the public’s favourite Scottish paintings has been launched this week by the City Art Centre in Edinburgh.
The Scottish Parliament has today (Thursday 26 June 2014) passed the City of Edinburgh Council’s Private Bill to allow the new Portobello High School to be built on Portobello Park.
Work on one of Scotland's largest ever housing-led regeneration projects is set to start in the north of Edinburgh this week.
The gym hall at Liberton High School would be demolished under plans being considered by the City of Edinburgh Council tomorrow (Thursday 26 June 2014).