A drive to tackle rubbish, fly-tipping and dumped trade waste on city streets was kicked off this week.
Seven community groups in Edinburgh are being allocated funding to enhance the New Waverley development in the Old Town while it is still under construction.
Scotland and Celtic footballer Scott Brown officially opened the new sports hall at Cramond Primary School yesterday afternoon (Tuesday 15 November 2016).
Detailed plans to tackle antisocial behaviour in Edinburgh have been drawn up by the City of Edinburgh Council and partner agencies.
This autumn the City Art Centre stages a major new exhibition of modern and contemporary art inspired by the pioneering Edinburgh-born biologist, D’Arcy Thompson (1860 – 1948).
The public are being invited to give their views on a new sports complex to replace the existing Meadowbank Stadium and Sports Centre.
The Sir William Y Darling Bequest for Good Citizenship for 2015/16 has been awarded to Tracy Rendall in recognition for her charity work and volunteering.
More than 100 residents have registered to attend a ‘BBC Question Time’ style event being organised by the City of Edinburgh Council as part of their wider engagement about changes to local services.
As the nights draw in and temperatures start to plummet, the Capital is all set for whatever winter has in store.
Parents and carers are being reminded that Registration Week begins on Monday (7 November) for prospective primary school children who will start school in August 2017.