Visitors to Edinburgh’s Central Library will be able to sample a special selection of Nordic noir, as well as sci-fi, history and poetry, thanks to a delivery by the Finnish Institute in London.
Edinburgh's Travelling Gallery is partnering with the Glasgow Women's Library to present a new tour of art around Scotland.
Contemporary art will feature in the Museum of Childhood this summer as the Royal Mile venue takes part in the Edinburgh Art Festival for the first time.
The Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region has secured a £1.1bn deal from the UK and Scottish Governments.
Offenders completing Community Payback Orders have joined Surplus Educational Supplies Foundation founder, David Hanschell, to send a container of school supplies, furniture and bicycles to Haiti.
The home of Hogmanay and the place to celebrate New Year, Edinburgh today announces the programme for its 25th Hogmanay festival.
Primary school children have been creating vibrant 20mph-themed artwork in support of the ongoing rollout of slower speeds to residential, shopping and city centre streets across Edinburgh.
Visitors to Edinburgh’s parks, woodlands and nature reserves are being urged to take care over the summer months to avoid the risk of fire.
A new community council will be formed in Edinburgh's Muirhouse Salvesen area following a successful nomination process.
Edinburgh’s world-famous floral clock in Princes Street Gardens is now in full bloom, celebrating the 200th anniversary of The Scotsman newspaper.