New sensory technology has been installed in over 300 litter bins by the City of Edinburgh Council as part of a trial to ensure that they are emptied before they reach capacity.
Reducing the cost of living for tenants and building more affordable homes are the key elements to a new raft of objectives to improve housing in Edinburgh.
Positive statistics from monitoring stations at key locations in the Capital show a marked improvement in air quality so far this year compared to 2015, with 97% of streets meeting required standards.
Representatives from Edinburgh and Midlothian today jointly celebrated the success of a £1.9m cross-boundary cycle and walking route ahead of National Cycle to Work Day 2016.
The City of Edinburgh Council is encouraging residents to get involved in Recycle Week 2016 which starts today (Monday 12 September).
A Waste Compliance Team has been set up by the City of Edinburgh Council to tackle the issue of the illegal disposal of trade waste by businesses, particularly around communal bins.
Sixty five years after Private Archibald Buchanan Clark was killed in the Korean War, his brother Roy Clark has been presented with the Elizabeth Cross during a ceremony at the City Chambers.
Creative business links between China and Edinburgh were strengthened yesterday during a visit by Shenzhen Mayor Mr XU Qin.
Special zones which help ‘stamp out doorstep crime’ have been hailed a success as the city passes the 100 mark of ‘No Cold Calling Zones’ (NCCZ).
A prestigious international meeting on security and resilience is being hosted by the City of Edinburgh Council this week - the first time the event has been held in the UK.