Joining the ranks of Sir Walter Scott, Robert Burns and Robert Louis Stevenson; author Ian Rankin is celebrated in a new exhibition at Edinburgh’s Writers’ Museum.
Plans for a new primary school in south east Edinburgh and the relocation and expansion of Victoria Primary School have been approved by the City of Edinburgh Council.
The first pledge in Scotland to end hate crime on public transport has been launched today (Tuesday 27 June) by the City of Edinburgh Council and transport partners.
Details of this year's opening International Festival event have been released.
Armed Forces Day in Edinburgh will kick off with a parade showcasing the high profile presence of the Armed Forces and veteran community in Edinburgh.
Elected members today (Thursday, 22 June) agreed the restructure of the City of Edinburgh Council’s committee system.
Forty special clockwork characters have been ticking, springing and racing their way to Edinburgh’s Museum of Childhood.
The seven diverse proposals from the teams vying to win the Ross Pavilion International Design Competition are going on display.
Cyclist George Atkins joined Edinburgh's Lord Provost at the crossing line for Britain's biggest professional cycle race.
Edinburgh’s Lord Provost Frank Ross has sent condolences to Mayor of London Sadiq Khan following last night’s attack at a mosque in Finsbury Park.