A touring exhibition tracing 100 years of town planning in Edinburgh will open this weekend (Saturday 21 March) at the historic Museum of Edinburgh.
The major annual survey of Edinburgh residents has shown that satisfaction with local services remains high.
This September, the Tour of Britain cycling race will take in two stops in Scotland including the Capital for the first time.
Willow - a ground breaking partnership that provides support to women in the criminal justice system - has been awarded the prestigious COSLA Gold Award.
Leith’s Kirkgate is to be transformed as part of a plan to improve the area for the public.
St Andrew Square will burst into an interactive kaleidoscope of colour tonight as the City of Edinburgh Council shines a light on the Capital’s age of enlightenment.
Edinburgh voters should make sure their voter details are up to date, with just eight weeks to go until the UK Parliamentary Election.
Council Leader, Andrew Burns and Convener of the Regulatory Committee, Cllr Gavin Barrie met with charity campaigner, Gordon Aikman yesterday to discuss concerns about taxi accessibility in Edinburgh.
Trade waste bins will be removed from Edinburgh’s streets as part of a citywide scheme which will begin rolling out in April.
Under-used outdoor sports facilities could soon bounce back into play if funding for upgrades to pitch facilities and new courts in Sighthill, Queensferry and Trinity is agreed by Councillors.