Walk the talk of equality
Education Vice Convener Cllr Alison Dickie writes in the Evening News about the way forward for Edinburgh schools in dealing with racism.
Revised timetable for ambitious plan for future growth
A report outlining a revised timetable for the City of Edinburgh Council's City Plan 2030 will be now be considered by councillors on Wednesday, 10 March.
Proud City online: Queensferry Museum reflects on LGBT life in Edinburgh
Stories told by members of the Capital’s LGBTQIA+ community take centre stage in a new online exhibition created by Museums & Galleries Edinburgh in partnership with LGBT Youth Scotland.
Funding Boost for Council and Corstorphine Cougars Rugby Club
Published in partnership with Corstorphine Rugby Club
2025 vision for George Street unveiled
The final proposed concept designs for the transformation of Edinburgh’s historic George Street have been unveiled.
How should Winter Festivals look in Edinburgh in future years?
Culture and Communities Convener Cllr Donald Wilson writes about the Winter Festival consultation launch in today's Edinburgh Evening News (Wednesday 24 February).
Have your say on the future of Winter Festivals in the Capital
Citizens are being asked for their views on how Edinburgh celebrates Christmas and New Year in a new consultation launching today (Wednesday 24 February).
Council Leaders welcome Scotland’s route map out of COVID restrictions
Council Leaders have welcomed the Scottish Government’s plans for easing restrictions, though have urged the public to continue following guidance.
Improvements set out for dealing with racist incidents in schools
A robust set of actions setting out how Edinburgh schools should deal with racist incidents has been drawn up by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Seeking your views on keeping Spaces for People measures
A citywide consultation launches today (2pm, Monday 22 February) seeking views on where improvements for walking, cycling and wheeling made during the COVID pandemic should be kept longer term.