A series of emotional First World War poems written by City of Edinburgh Council primary school children after watching the play War Horse have been transformed into a new book.
Judges from around Europe gave Edinburgh’s parks, streets and gardens top marks this weekend (Saturday 27 September) as the city grabbed gold for the management of its natural and built environment.
Plans to begin the second phase of a multi-million pound flood prevention scheme in the Capital were given a boost when funding was approved.
Take a step into the past and discover some of Edinburgh's most historic locations this weekend when a number of Council sites and venues play host to Doors Open Day 2014.
The Council will address a national cycling conference later this year as other organisations look to follow Edinburgh's lead in a pioneering cycle training scheme for lorry drivers.
Top German football coach, Werner Kern, brought his tricks of the football trade to Edinburgh on Sunday (21 September) for the Festival of Sport 2014.
An exhibition tracing 100 years of town planning in Edinburgh opened today (Tuesday 23 September) to celebrate the centenary of the Royal Town Planning Institute.
The City of Edinburgh Council has revealed plans to broadcast more of its committees, meetings and decision-making live online.
Marshall Dallas has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC).
The dust is still settling following the outcome of the Scottish Independence Referendum, announced earlier today at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston.