Initial reports this morning (1 January 2016) suggest that Edinburgh’s Hogmanay has been a major success and the event has retained its prestigious, world-wide reputation as the ‘Home of Hogmanay'.
Edinburgh’s Hogmanay kicked off three days of fantastic events with the Torchlight Procession this evening, which was declared a major success.
Unique Events, who produce Edinburgh’s Hogmanay on behalf of the City of Edinburgh Council, are advising revellers to buy and pick up their Street Party tickets soon, rather than the day itself.
A safe and wheelchair-friendly path to a state-of-the-art health centre in the west of Edinburgh has been officially opened.
Council Leader Andrew Burns has welcomed news that the Forth Road Bridge will reopen to cars from tomorrow.
There will be no public access to Calton Hill on 31 December as part of arrangements for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2015/16.
The City of Edinburgh Council may need to consider delaying the finalisation of the city’s 2016/17 Budget due to the severity of the local government settlement announced earlier this week.
Christmas cooks across Edinburgh are being urged to follow simple tips when cooking in the home, as part of a campaign to avoid food poisoning.
The City of Edinburgh Council is to introduce a temporary bus service to reduce parking and traffic pressures in South Queensferry during the closure of the Forth Road Bridge.
The Council is taking steps to ensure business as usual in Edinburgh during the Forth Road Bridge closure.