This year, Edinburgh’s world-famous floral clock will strike 10 in tribute to the capital’s 10th anniversary as the world's first UNESCO City of Literature.
Edinburgh’s transport leaders were treated to a first aid master class as they unveiled a brand new defibrillator for the city’s bus station.
Construction work has started on the next wave of additional classrooms as the City of Edinburgh Council continues to tackle the issue of rising rolls in primary schools.
Original architectural drawings of the Usher Hall, which have not been seen in public since 1910, will be displayed for the first time in the concert hall between 12 May and 1 September 2015.
Organisations across Edinburgh are set to gather for a three-day series of events focusing on how to minimise the impact of major incidents and identify potential risks in the city.
The Right Honourable Lord Lyon King of Arms is to summon a new UK Parliament from Edinburgh, in a ceremony which dates back to before the Union of 1707.
The City of Edinburgh Council has reached an in-principle agreement with the Scottish Historic Buildings Trust (SHBT) to lease Leith’s Custom House from April 2015.
Residents and visitors in Edinburgh are to benefit from free wi-fi in 70 public buildings across the city as part of the City of Edinburgh Council’s Connected Capital Programme.
Small to medium sized businesses in Edinburgh are to be given another year to apply for vouchers, which could connect them to superfast broadband. The scheme has helped 370 businesses in Edinburgh with superfast connections so far.
The City of Edinburgh Council is working with the Edinburgh International Festival to create a three year arts residency in Castlebrae Community High School from 2015 until the end of 2017.