An innovative pilot scheme has been launched to teach young people in Edinburgh the skills they need to stay off the streets and to find work.
Andrew Kerr has been announced as the preferred candidate for the post of Chief Executive for the City of Edinburgh Council.
The percentage of the Edinburgh workforce with a degree level qualification or equivalent has risen from 46 per cent in 2013 to 54 per cent in 2015.
Some of Edinburgh’s youngest cyclists have been testing out the city’s newly improved cycleway between Roseburn and the Forth Road Bridge.
Links between Shenzhen and Edinburgh were strengthened today as an incubator space opened in south-east China.
The Council has agreed that its Local Development Plan should be moved on to be examined by the Reporter appointed by the Scottish Government.
The doors of Custom House are one step closer to being opened to the public.
Nursery provision in the Capital is set to receive a major boost after the City of Edinburgh Council announced details of a further £4.2m investment plan.
The UK Parliamentary General Election results for Edinburgh’s five constituencies have been announced at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
A commitment to tackle the sexual exploitation of vulnerable people has been drawn up by partner agencies in Edinburgh responsible for public protection.