Air quality is improving across Edinburgh, according to a report published this week.
The Council today agreed to fly a Disasters Emergency Committee flag at the City Chambers in order to promote the charity’s ongoing Gaza Appeal, while calling for an immediate ceasefire in the region.
Thousands of businesses in the Lothians and Fife are set to benefit from free superfast broadband thanks to a successful scheme led by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Drivers heading for the West End from the south of the City and Lothian Road could soon find their journey simplified if the City of Edinburgh Council approves changes to current traffic arrangements.
Applying for British citizenship has been made easier thanks to the launch of a document "check and send" service in Edinburgh.
Edinburgh residents are being asked to comment on a scheme that requires offenders to carry out unpaid work in the community as part of their sentence.
Forward-thinkers are being challenged to come up with innovative solutions to help improve the lives of people in Edinburgh.
The Scottish Government has agreed to make a financial contribution towards the cost for replacement PE facilities at Liberton High School.
Pop superstar Lily Allen will headline Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2014/15 ‘Concert in the Gardens’.
Fringe stalwart Craig Hill kept it clean when he helped City of Edinburgh Council’s street cleansing team spruce up the capital during the Festival.