Calmer speed limits have been the norm across much of the Capital since March this year, when the citywide rollout of 20mph to residential roads, shopping streets and the city centre was completed.
Scotland’s favourite indie band Franz Ferdinand is set to headline Edinburgh’s Hogmanay, the biggest New Year celebration in the UK, for the first time.
Edinburgh residents have until Friday 14 September to share their views on the Council and Ross Development Trust’s proposals to enhance West Princes Street Gardens.
As deadlines loom, the Lord Lieutenant of Edinburgh has called on people across the city to nominate outstanding volunteers and organisations for special recognition from the Queen.
Excited primary school pupils were given an exclusive tour of the construction work at the new £40m Queensferry High School today (Thursday 30 August).
Businesses along the planned tram route to Newhaven will have their say on a raft of innovative and exciting support for business proposals in a new consultation beginning next week.
Graffiti artists from across the UK and Europe will descend on the Capital this weekend to work their magic on a stretch of wall close to Edinburgh's Ocean Terminal.
Council leader Adam McVey today gave his backing for Scottish Rugby’s bid to become the home of Scottish football from 2020 onwards.
Edinburgh City Archives is asking residents, visitors, community groups and other organisations for their views on how modern-day life should be captured in the Edinburgh Remembers consultation.
The Sprint World Orienteering Championships 2022 are coming to Scotland after Edinburgh was awarded the event by the International Orienteering Federation (IOF), beating Paris for the honour.