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.
Another key milestone towards completion of the Final Business Case for taking trams to Newhaven has been reached with the shortlisting of four bidders for the Infrastructure and Systems contract.
Love is in the air at Edinburgh City Chambers, as it opens the doors to a brand-new marriage suite.
The world’s first ever museum dedicated to the history of childhood has reopened following a five-month revamp to its main ground floor gallery.
One of Scotland's leading placemaking and transport experts has been appointed to head up a major city centre transformation project for the Capital.
Members of the public, businesses and a wide range of stakeholders will help shape plans for taking trams to Newhaven, should the project be approved by Council later this year.