Edinburgh’s historic Grassmarket will be transformed into a giant children’s play area tomorrow (Wednesday 30 July) to promote play in the city.
Members of the public are being asked for their opinions to help shape the future of one of Edinburgh’s most historic parks.
Newly-installed secure bicycle parking will soon be open for use in parts of Edinburgh in a cycling first for Scotland.
Residents and visitors to Edinburgh are being encouraged to show some love for the city’s parks as the nation prepares to celebrate its green spaces.
A five-year project to analyse bodies discovered during an archaeological dig by the City of Edinburgh Council and Headland Archaeology has shed new light on Leithers of the past.
The annual bus stop tour of art is launching for the summer.
The City of Edinburgh Council has appointed conservators to undertake the careful removal of the Jawbone Arch in the Meadows so that the bones can be stored ahead of repair work.
An army of street cleaners have taken to Edinburgh’s streets to join the city’s fight against litter.
The City Of Edinburgh Council's libraries are hosting a special summer reading promotion for adults to coincide with the Commonwealth Games, which are due to begin in Glasgow in just over a week.
The Council's bid to purchase the Custom House building in Leith has been accepted.