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.
Promoting inclusion and innovation while tackling poverty are at the heart of the City of Edinburgh Council’s five year Economy Strategy, approved by the Housing and Economy Committee.
A wide range of recommendations published last week to tackle homelessness were approved by the City of Edinburgh Council today (Thursday, 7 June).
With thousands of people expected to enjoy a series of major events in Edinburgh this weekend, residents, workers and spectators are being urged to prepare well for their journeys.
A series of drops in events are being held for the public to find out more about the latest plans by the City of Edinburgh Council to build three new primary schools.
An arresting new video starring Edinburgh primary school children highlights the importance of sticking to the speed limit.
From the never-ending adventures of Peter Pan to shipwrecked tales from Robinson Crusoe, Growing Up with Books will chart a magical journey through centuries of children’s books.