West Edinburgh is set for a housing boost after the City of Edinburgh Council signed a contract with Keepmoat for a £35m housing-led regeneration project.
The Capital's rollout of 20mph speed limits for residential and shopping streets continues, with new signs and lines starting to be installed for Phase 2 from December.
The outdoor public WiFi service EdiFreeWiFi is now available, bringing free high-speed internet connectivity to Edinburgh city centre in time for the Christmas and Hogmanay celebrations.
Neighbours who go that extra mile have been thanked at the City of Edinburgh Council’s first Good Neighbour Awards for their inspirational commitment to their communities.
Edinburgh won yet another great accolade in the business world last night –‘British Entrepreneurial City of the Year’ - beating Cambridge, Leeds, London and Manchester to the title.
The final instalment in a series of mystery sculptures crafted from books has made Edinburgh Central Library its home.
Kaimes School has become the only special school in Edinburgh to be awarded a prestigious national sports award.
One of the most prestigious conferences in Europe, EUROCITIES, is to be held at the EICC in Edinburgh in 2018.
Lauriston Castle will be taken over by school pupils for a day as part of the 2016 Takeover Challenge.
The cream of Scotland’s young musical talent will be performing at a special concert in Edinburgh this weekend.