Mini versions of the world-famous Kelpies statues have arrived in the West End of Edinburgh.
Community groups in Edinburgh are being asked to bid for funding to enhance the New Waverley development in the Old Town while it is under construction.
The Grassmarket will welcome a parade of serving personnel, veterans and their supporters this weekend (Saturday 27 June) as Edinburgh marks Armed Forces Day.
A by-election will be held in the Leith Walk ward following the resignation of Cllr Deidre Brock.
Edinburgh’s High School Yards steps have been reopened to the public after 12 years of closure and are now the focus of an installation by Edinburgh artist Callum Innes.
Edinburgh will get a taste of Italy this summer when chefs cook up a Scottish-Italian feast to celebrate 50 years of Scotland’s Capital and Florence being ‘twinned’.
Local cyclists joined Council officers to demonstrate an innovative cycle safety system being fitted to their refuse vehicles.
Proposals detailing how the City of Edinburgh Council will support staff through an ambitious programme of change have been revealed.
Councillors are set to discuss the progress of a business case for the possible extension of the tram in Edinburgh.
More school leavers than ever in Edinburgh are moving into work, education, or training, thanks to the strong partnership that has developed between the public and private sectors through the Edinburgh Guarantee.