People who are committed to improving their neighbourhood and want to make a difference in Southside are being sought to be part of the local community council.
Edinburgh's libraries continue to thrive, with more people using their services than ever before.
The City of Edinburgh Council has today written to the Edinburgh Tram Inquiry to state that it will not revive the dormant company formerly known as tie Ltd.
Business leaders throughout Edinburgh and the South East of Scotland are being urged to pledge their support for a proposal designed to accelerate growth in the region.
It’s been a record-breaking year for the iconic Usher Hall with bumper ticket sales of £2.7m and total income breaking the £4m barrier.
For the first time in decades public tennis courts have returned to Victoria Park, in response to local demand for free sports facilities in the area.
Drawing for Graphic Novels, Wall Building, Decluttering your Home and Criminology are just some of the new courses being offered in the City of Edinburgh Council’s Adult Education Programme.
The public are invited to help shape the future of one of Edinburgh’s key thoroughfares.
The candidates standing in the Leith Walk by-election, which will elect two councillors on Thursday 10 September 2015, have been confirmed.
Scrapbooks compiled by an Edinburgh family during World War One are being made public - thanks to the detective work of dedicated library staff.