A series of Christmas card designs by Edinburgh school pupils will brighten up the public’s festive spirit by being displayed on digital advertising screens on bus shelters in Edinburgh tomorrow.
Edinburgh’s Museum of Childhood has created the ultimate advent calendar for big kids – a digital door a day back in time to childhood winters.
Councillor Lesley Hinds presented Mike Robertson, Transport Manager of George Anderson & Sons with an inscribed glass plaque, to mark their status as the 100th Member of ECOSTARS Edinburgh.
Donating children’s books to be distributed in the run up to Christmas is the latest phase of the City of Edinburgh Council’s pioneering child poverty campaign.
A new ‘Culture Plan for the Capital’ has been developed to guide Edinburgh’s cultural future.
Designs have been revealed for the new accommodation being built by the City of Edinburgh Council to cater for increased free primary school meal provision.
Edinburgh's Craigmillar area has today (Monday) been named as one of Scotland’s first ever Reading Communities.
New proposals to help save the Council money over the next four years have been published for public comment.
Councillors have approved in principle that any tram extension should continue to Newhaven.
Councillors are set to discuss proposals to proceed to the first stage of extending the Edinburgh tram line to Newhaven.