The decision on which of the four options will go out to statutory consultation as part of the West and South West Schools review will be taken next month.
Young innovators from 33 Edinburgh schools are to compete in a battle of robots as part of a coding competition.
All temporary on-street advertising structures, including advertising boards (also known as ‘A’ Boards), are to be banned from streets across the city.
Committing to support and grow the use of Gaelic are two aims of the City of Edinburgh Council’s new Gaelic Language Plan which was approved today (Tuesday 15 May).
It's an image which harks back to a bygone era when there was less traffic on our roads and parents felt safer letting their kids play outside.
The regeneration of Meadowbank will reach another milestone next month when members of the Development Management Sub Committee meet to consider two planning applications for the site.
Residents continue to enjoy life in the Capital, according to the Edinburgh People Survey 2017 – the largest study of its kind in Scotland.
The search begins for the city’s next deserving recipient of the Edinburgh Award as nominations open today (Friday 4 May).
The City of Edinburgh Council has passed a Motion in support of commemorations taking place next month to mark the centenary of the first votes for women.
Thousands of people shared their views in a major consultation about plans for taking trams to Newhaven, which closed at the weekend after six weeks.