Edinburgh is to benefit from a new project from St John Scotland to install life-saving defibrillators in strategic sites across the city.
Edinburgh’s newest allotments have been officially opened on the site of a former bowling green in Leith.
A programme of maintenance and inspection work on one of Edinburgh's most historic bridges is due to get under way tonight (Tuesday 30 August 2016).
Members of the Council's Transport and Environment Committee today agreed to proceed with an ambitious project to create a family-friendly west to east cycle route through the city centre.
Residents are invited to comment on Edinburgh’s draft Open Space Strategy, which sets out Edinburgh’s open space needs in the period up to 2021.
A pilot to reduce traffic outside primary schools in Edinburgh has seen walking to school increase amongst participating pupils.
It has been a record-breaking year for Edinburgh’s theatres with venues breaking footfall and income targets across the city.
Members of the Council's Transport and Environment Committee will be asked to approve future governance and working arrangements for Transport for Edinburgh (TfE) at their meeting on 30 August 2016.
An Edinburgh road, crescent or avenue could pay tribute to one of the city’s most esteemed medical pioneers.
All 17 closed schools have reopened ahead of schedule with the final two handed back to the City of Edinburgh Council today (Thursday 11 August).