Mascots from Hibs and Hearts joined 20mph champion The Reducer and officers from Police Scotland on the track at Meadowbank Sports Centre today to mark the kick-off of Phase 2 of 20mph in Edinburgh.
Sixty five years after Trooper Peter McFadyen was killed in action in the Korean War, his sister has been presented with the Elizabeth Cross and Memorial Scroll during a ceremony at the City Chambers.
A consultation by the City of Edinburgh Council is currently underway on the rules and guidance around holding parades and processions, including protest marches, in Edinburgh.
Collections of garden waste will be changing for residents across Edinburgh from March.
The Edinburgh International Science Festival has revealed a jam-packed programme for 2017.
St John and the City has continued to roll out life-saving defibrillator devices across Edinburgh with 17 machines installed on Edinburgh Trams.
Some of the city’s littlest litter-pickers have helped spruce up a park in Dalry to kick-start the latest phase of the City of Edinburgh Council’s Our Edinburgh campaign.
The City of Edinburgh Council will continue to prioritise frontline services for young, older and vulnerable residents while making necessary savings under the 2017/18 budget, set on Thursday.
An independent report into the closure of 17 Edinburgh schools has been published today (9 February 2017).
An international design competition has been launched to replace Edinburgh's famous Ross Bandstand.