Three schools affected by the recent closures are to reopen next month once full remediation work has been completed, the City of Edinburgh Council has announced.
Edinburgh has seen recycling rates rise thanks to the success of a new service alongside a focused campaign to increase uptake by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Stories told by members of Edinburgh’s LGBTQIA+ community (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Intersex, Asexual) will take centre stage in a new exhibition at the People’s Story Museum.
With just one week to go until the Scottish Parliament Election 2016, Edinburgh is gearing up to run its own part in the vote.
On Saturday 30 April, people living in the South Central Neighbourhood Partnership area will decide how to spend three pots of money totalling £221,000 on projects that benefit their local community.
A new City of Edinburgh Council tenant discount scheme has been launched which will save tenants money.
The City of Edinburgh Council has confirmed new arrangements for some pupils affected by the recent school closures.
Edinburgh’s Lord Provost Donald Wilson finished the Virgin Money London Marathon to raise £3,833 and counting for his One City Trust Rapid Action Fund.
Edinburgh’s Lord Provost is on his marks and getting set to tackle 26.2 miles on Sunday (24 April) when he takes on the Virgin Money London Marathon 2016.
The City of Edinburgh Council has confirmed it is now not expecting to receive details of when the PPP1 schools will be available for pupils until the end of next week.