Edinburgh Poverty Commission work shortlisted for top award
The work of the Edinburgh Poverty Commission has been shortlisted for a national award as the City aims to end poverty in Scotland’s capital by 2030.
Council leader hails Capital’s QS Best Student Cities Ranking
Council Leader Adam McVey welcomes the news that Edinburgh has been named as the UK’s second-best city to be a student after London for the sixth time in a row by the QS Best Student Cities Ranking.
Culture and Communities Vice Convener: Thanks to all our friends who help keep parks green
Councillor Amy McNeese-Mechan, Culture and Communities Vice Convener, writes for today's Edinburgh Evening News about Love Parks Week and thanks the Friends of the City's parks.
Summer’s here – let’s look out for each other
A new City of Edinburgh Council campaign has been launched encouraging people to be mindful of others when using Edinburgh’s shared paths.
Lord Provost wishes Edinburgh olympians good luck
The Lord Provost has wished all those born or based in the Capital the very best for the Tokyo Olympic games which open tomorrow (Friday 23 July).
City of Edinburgh Council welcomes five year funding announcement for affordable housing
City of Edinburgh Council welcomes the announcement from Scottish Government on a five-year funding package for local authorities and housing associations in Scotland to deliver new affordable homes.
Stay safe in the sun
As the hot weather continues the City of Edinburgh Council’s Depute Leader Cammy Day is keen that everyone has fun in the sun while staying safe and respecting others and our beautiful city.
Fair Work Convener: We’re making Edinburgh a Living Wage city
Councillor Kate Campbell, Convener for Housing, Homelessness and Fair Work writes for today's Edinburgh Evening News about Edinburgh's ambitions to be a Living Wage city.
Council Depute Leader welcomes move to a more cautious Level Zero
City of Edinburgh Council Depute Leader Cammy Day has welcomed the news that all of mainland Scotland will move to a modified Level Zero from next Monday (19 July).
Phased reopening for community centres
A number of community centres will be providing a variety of children, youth and adult work next week as part of a phased approach by the City of Edinburgh Council to opening up more public services.