The Deputy Chief Counting Officer for Scotland and Counting Officer for Edinburgh has urged the public to make their vote count just over a week before the vote on Scottish Independence.
Happy, healthy children from Cowgate Under 5's Centre in Edinburgh today (Tuesday 9th September) helped launch a campaign to raise awareness of the misery caused when adults misuse alcohol or drugs.
Delighted residents have moved into the first new Council homes to be built in Craigmillar for a generation.
Today Edinburgh City Libraries announce their support of ITV Good Morning Britain’s ‘Just Read’ campaign, to encourage parents and carers to spend ten minutes reading with their children every day.
Read between the lines – that’s the message being promoted by the City of Edinburgh Council during National Suicide Prevention Week.
One of Edinburgh’s main thoroughfares has been transformed to create a welcoming atmosphere for pedestrians, cyclists and visitors.
Edinburgh is set to benefit from increased economic and cultural links after being accepted into the historic Hanseatic League.
The following press release has been issued by Transport for Edinburgh to mark the first 100 days of trams in the Capital.
The second phase of work to improve access for pedestrians around Waverley Station will get under way on Waverley Bridge on Monday 8 September, scheduled for completion in December.
Films and videos shot by some of Scotland’s pioneering amateur filmmakers will be showcased in a new exhibition opening at the City of Edinburgh Council’s Museum of Childhood on Friday 5 September.