Edinburgh's Transport and Environment Convener, Councillor Lesley Macinnes, has announced plans to work toward regular, vehicle-free days in the capital’s city centre.
The Education, Children and Families Committee has considered the options generated by the informal consultation in the West and South West Schools Review and voted for Option 1.
A series of workshops with residents, traders, active travel organisations and community representatives is under way to refine proposals for taking trams to Newhaven.
A long-standing local volunteer and a cancer survivor who has raised over £1m for Maggie’s have been presented with the British Empire Medal by the Lord Lieutenant of Edinburgh.
Views are being sought from the public as part of a project to improve key streets between the Meadows and George Street in Edinburgh.
A team of pupils from St Augustine’s RC High School in Edinburgh have been crowned winners of a battle of robots competition - Marty’s Coding Party 2018.
Registration for garden waste collections will open next week ahead of the introduction of a new service in October.
It has been described as Scotland's answer to Poets’ Corner in Westminster Abbey, with the words of the country's finest writers preserved in stone for posterity.
The new Boroughmuir High School was officially opened at a special ceremony by the Minister for Higher and Further Education and Science Shirley-Anne Somerville today (Wednesday 13 June).
PROCESSIONS, produced by arts charity Artichoke and commissioned by 14-18 NOW, was a lively, positive and emotional celebration of the centenary of the first votes for women.