Measures to keep the city’s streets clean over the festival period are already under way in the Capital.
The percentage of the Edinburgh workforce with a degree level qualification or equivalent is higher than any other major UK city and has risen again, to 55%. This has gone up from 46% in 2013, according to the education and skills section of the latest Edinburgh by Numbers.
Residents at Edinburgh’s care homes warmed up for next month’s Olympics by taking part in their own mini games on Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 July.
Police Scotland and Sustrans Scotland joined the City of Edinburgh Council's Transport Convener today to mark the launch of the first zone in the Capital's new 20mph limit rollout.
Edinburgh volunteers are amongst those set to be recognised for their crucial contribution to local life at the Lord and Lady Provost’s Community Garden Party 2016.
Excited children will flock to Edinburgh’s historic Grassmarket tomorrow afternoon (Wednesday 27 July) as it is transformed into a giant play space.
The first tickets for the world famous Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Street Party are now on sale.
The largest programme of research ever undertaken into Edinburgh’s twelve major Festivals confirms their far-reaching impact on local life, the international reputation of the city and the economy.
Edinburgh’s world-famous floral clock ticks again, this year in honour of The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland’s (RIAS) centenary.
The Lord Provost of the City of Edinburgh, the Rt Hon Donald Wilson, has offered his sympathies to Nice following the attack in the French city last night (Thursday 14 July).