Lord Provost pays tribute to Sir Sean Connery
Edinburgh's Lord Provost Frank Ross has paid tribute to Sir Sean Connery as it is announced today (Saturday 31 October) that he has died aged 90.
Edinburgh placed in level three
The First Minister has confirmed changes to lockdown restrictions in Edinburgh under Scotland’s new five-tier approach.
Multi-million pound boost for construction as Council awards new Professional Services Framework
More than 50 suppliers have won a place on a major new consultancy framework following one of the most competitive procurement exercises ever held by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Capital hat trick at Scottish Transport Awards 2020
Transport Convener Lesley Macinnes has welcomed three prestigious awards on behalf of the City of Edinburgh Council at the Scottish Transport Awards 2020.
On track for new sports and outdoor centre in north Edinburgh
A new sports and outdoor centre in north Edinburgh is up and running after being given the green light by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Free school meal payments to continue during holidays
Families struggling to provide food for their children are being urged to find out if they are entitled to receive free school meal payments if they do not already receive them.
Capital’s largest ever inventory project launched as Auld Reekie is Retold
Museums & Galleries Edinburgh officially launch Auld Reekie Retold, the largest collections inventory project ever undertaken in the organisation’s history.
Tapping into Edinburgh’s thirst for sustainability
News from Scottish Water on the installation of five new public water refill taps around the Capital.
Edinburgh named best place in Scotland to work from home
Council Leaders respond to research released today which rates Edinburgh as the best place in the country for working from home.
Council launches search for Lockdown Legends
The search is on for neighbours who go that extra mile as nominations open for the City of Edinburgh Council’s Good Neighbour Awards.