Protecting investment in frontline services in Edinburgh for young, old and vulnerable residents was a priority at the Council budget meeting today.
Rugby fans heading to watch Scotland in the 2015 RBS Six Nations this weekend are being advised to take note of traffic and travel information.
Utility company Scottish Water has pledged to commit extra resources to helping improve the condition of Edinburgh’s roads and streets.
The next phase of the Leith Programme is due to get under way on Monday 16 February 2015, focusing on upgrading the junction at the Foot of the Walk.
A successful pilot scheme that helps frontline staff identify problem drinking amongst elderly people in the west of Edinburgh is set to be rolled out.
The hardship and horror of a war that reached beyond the front line to our own doorsteps has been documented at the City of Edinburgh Council's Museum of Edinburgh.
Proposals for a settlement scheme developed with the solicitors representing 129 parents who have raised legal claims in relation to past practices at Mortonhall Crematorium.
Edinburgh is being promoted as a Living Wage city at a joint business breakfast being hosted by the City of Edinburgh Council and Heart of Midlothian Football Club.