Neighbours who go that extra mile have been thanked at our second Good Neighbour Awards for their inspirational commitment to making the lives of their neighbours better.
Now that spring is finally here, let Museums & Galleries Edinburgh entertain the family throughout the Easter holidays, with indoor and outdoor entertainment for whatever weather there might be.
A new plan for Edinburgh’s Old and New Towns World Heritage Site was launched today.
A luminous procession of cycles took part in a celebratory three-mile glow in the dark bike ride around the heart of Edinburgh tonight to celebrate the Capital becoming Scotland's first 20mph city.
Three alternative options have been developed by the City of Edinburgh Council for the future of schools in the west and south west of the city.
A series of 17th Century plague victims discovered underneath a school playground have been laid to rest in Edinburgh.
The Edinburgh International Festival unveils its 2018 programme, which will welcome 2,750 artists from 31 nations to perform in Scotland’s capital city.
A business park built by the City of Edinburgh Council creating much-needed industrial units in West Edinburgh has now been fully let.
The City of Edinburgh Council has bought the former National Grid site in Granton on Edinburgh's Waterfront after an agreement was reached with National Grid on Tuesday, 13 March 2018.
New traffic signals which give cyclists a head-start ahead of other traffic are being proposed under the latest plans for safety improvements along Edinburgh's tram route.