Frontline services for Edinburgh’s vulnerable, older and younger residents will be prioritised in the City of Edinburgh Council’s 2016/17 budget, which was set today.
A special party was thrown today to celebrate the much-loved life of Edinburgh’s most famous pooch.
The City of Edinburgh Council has been awarded £3.8m from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to restore and improve Saughton Park it was announced today (Thursday 14 January).
The search is on for people who want to represent the interests of people in the Leith Central area.
The City of Edinburgh Council introduced the Living Wage for its employees in 2013 and is now looking for accreditation through the Living Wage Foundation.
She may be too young to read, but Halle Edwards has become Edinburgh's youngest library member – at the tender age of three weeks.
Edinburgh is close to becoming Scotland’s first 20mph city after Councillors approved plans to begin rolling out the speed limit.
A record 29 of Edinburgh’s parks achieved Green Flags in the 2015 national competition, which recognises high quality green spaces.
A record number of people have given feedback on the services that matter to them as part of the City of Edinburgh Council’s 2016/17 budget engagement.
Mo Farah, the reigning Double Olympic and World Champion will make his return to the Great Edinburgh XCountry this Saturday.