An exciting open innovation challenge has been launched to create a device to detect when a tram driver might be about to lose consciousness due to illness or fatigue and notify the control centre.
A major public consultation planned to kick off next month will spark discussions all over the city about how people want the heart of Scotland's Capital to look, feel and function.
Recommendations to house a new Inclusive Homelessness Service on the site of the former Panmure St Ann’s school have been approved by the Edinburgh Integration Joint Board (EIJB).
The nervous wait is finally over today (Tuesday 7 August) as 8,000 pupils across Edinburgh receive their exam results.
The views of capital residents and partners are being sought as part of a drive by the Edinburgh Partnership to plan and deliver better services for the community.
A dedicated street cleansing team has been pounding the streets in time for the launch of this year's Festival.
It is proposed that a team dedicated to dealing with complaints about short term lets is to be set up by the City of Edinburgh Council.