Visitors to the Museum of Edinburgh can now explore the results of the largest excavation of a medieval graveyard undertaken in Edinburgh.
As the planting season draws to a close, Councillor Karen Doran today visited the Council's Inch Nursery to see how trees are nurtured before being planted in our streets and parks.
The sight of elderly Edinburgh residents enjoying a spin on three wheels could soon become commonplace – thanks to the delivery of a new form of transport to Inch View Care Home.
Innovative new studies to explore alternative routes of providing temporary accommodation for homeless people are to be carried out by the Council.
The public are being asked to have their say on significant cycling and walking improvements proposed for the west of Edinburgh.
A thought-provoking approach to raising awareness of the benefits of 20mph speed limits has targeted drivers in the north of Edinburgh today (Thursday, 14 March).
Councillors have voted to press ahead with taking trams to Newhaven.
Candidates for the forthcoming Leith Walk by-election, which will take place on Thursday, 11 April, have been announced.
A major resurfacing project is under way on one of Edinburgh’s key thoroughfares.
Contracts have been approved today for the two contractors for the potential Trams to Newhaven project, subject to the scheme being approved by the City of Edinburgh Council next week.