Transport Convener Councillor Lesley Hinds was today joined by utility companies in signing a public pledge for responsible management, coordination and communication of roadworks in Edinburgh.
The public toilets in Edinburgh’s Hunter Square are to close today (Monday 30 January) in the latest move to tackle anti-social behaviour.
An Edinburgh-based advocate for the homeless has been recognised by the city’s Lord Provost after earning an award from the United States Sports Academy.
A new £45,000 fund to support Edinburgh performing arts opens for applications today (Monday 23 January).
Its 100-year-career boasts sell out shows from the Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash and Ella Fitzgerald - but the real stars of the Usher Hall can be found off stage.
The City of Edinburgh Council’s Finance and Resources Convener has thanked the public for participating in the 2017/18 budget engagement process.
Consultation for a new primary school in south east Edinburgh starts today (Monday 16 January).
An action plan aimed at improving Edinburgh’s waste and cleansing service has made good progress in its first months.
Air quality in the Capital is getting better, a new report to the Council's Transport and Environment Committee shows.
Nominations for three of Edinburgh’s community councils open today (Monday 9 January).