Work has begun on site to breathe new life into the old tram depot on Leith Walk.
Residents are being reminded to sign up and pay for the new fortnightly garden waste service before registration closes at midnight on Sunday (22 July).
Pupils unveil Meadowbank masterpieces to brighten building site.
A Concert of Remembrance will be held in Edinburgh in a major commemoration of a century since the end of the First World War.
The City of Edinburgh Council is reviewing its planning guidance on outdoor advertising.
In Focus: Scottish Photography opens on the 7 July, showcasing over 50 artworks from the City Art Centre’s photographic collections, many of which will be displayed for the first time.
The finishing touches have been put to Edinburgh’s historic Floral Clock, which this summer has been designed to mark 100 years since the signing of the Armistice, leading to the end of WWI.
The highest honour a city can bestow will be awarded to Squadron 603 of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force at a ceremony in Edinburgh today (Tuesday 3 July).
A statue to honour one of the world’s greatest ever pilots Captain Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown has been unveiled at Edinburgh Airport.