The Outline Business Case (OBC) for taking Edinburgh’s tram service down to Leith and Newhaven has been published on the Council’s website today.
The City of Edinburgh Council is proposing to create a legacy funding package for the city’s Festivals in their 70th anniversary year.
A bronze baby elephant sculpture has been chosen as the preferred memorial for Princes Street Gardens by parents affected by historic practices at Mortonhall Crematorium.
Edinburgh's Executive Director of Communities and Families responds to the publication of the determination for the Liberton Fatal Accident Inquiry.
A major project to restore Edinburgh’s historic Saughton Park got under way today, with the official commencement of a year-long programme of work.
Children from the latest area of Edinburgh to 'go 20' displayed their road safety-themed artwork at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art today as 20mph Phase 3 gets ready to go live.
The Coalition today published ambitious plans to deliver improved services for the Capital’s residents and communities.
Just over a week into the festivals, early figures that show enquiries about waste and cleansing in the city are down by over a quarter (27%) compared to the same time last year.
Putting a face to the ‘Cramond Murderer’, a new museum display in Edinburgh has used forensic techniques to picture John Howison for the first time.
Recommendations to ensure the Capital’s schools tackle the demands of increased pupil numbers and meet future provision have been drawn up by the City of Edinburgh Council.