Scotland has never witnessed such devastating scenes of destruction and chaos!
Parents and carers are being urged to find out more about the exciting education on offer at their local primary school as part of the annual open day event this week.
A hard hitting play focusing on the anti-social use and dangers of fireworks will be performed in nine secondary schools in Edinburgh in the run up to Bonfire Night.
Almost 600 people have had their say on how the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh World Heritage Site should be managed.
The City of Edinburgh Council introduced the Living Wage for its employees in 2013 and has now gained accreditation through the Scottish Living Wage Accreditation Initiative.
The results are in for the Leith Links Community Council election held in Edinburgh yesterday (Thursday 27 October 2016).
A pair of slippers worn by Sir Walter Scott have been placed on display at Edinburgh’s Writers’ Museum.
The new James Gillespie’s High School was officially opened at a special ceremony by Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills John Swinney today (Wednesday 26 October).
An innovative project to encourage girls at city high schools to become more active is being launched by the City of Edinburgh Council tomorrow (Wednesday 26 October).
The search begins for the tenth recipient of the Edinburgh Award as nominations are launched today (Tuesday 25 October).