Council responds to memorial bench burning
Following reports of memorial benches being burned rather than recycled, an investigation is underway.
Child protection involves us all
Councillor Alison Dickie, Vice Convener for Education, Children and Families, writes in today's Edinburgh Evening News about child protection.
Appeal for families for young unaccompanied asylum-seekers
A new campaign aiming to recruit families to look after young unaccompanied asylum-seekers arriving in the Capital has been launched by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Final chance to sign up for Garden Waste collections this service year
Edinburgh residents who don't currently use the Council's paid-for garden waste collection service have an opportunity to subscribe later this month.
Choices for a future generation: building a more sustainable Edinburgh
By 2030, Scotland’s Capital will be a sustainable city which supports everyone’s wellbeing.
Edinburgh’s Christmas and Hogmanay
Key facts and further information on our winter festivals.
Major milestone for education in Craigmillar
An important milestone for the future of education in the Craigmillar area of Edinburgh has been reached as pupils marked the start of construction work on a replacement Castlebrae High School.
Local derby officially opens new 3G football pitches at Hunters Hall Park
Sports facilities at Hunter Hall Park in Edinburgh have received a boost thanks to the opening of two new third generation (3G) artificial grass pitch (AGP).
All aboard for 2030: A greener, healthier, better connected capital
Edinburgh’s tram line could be extended to Granton and south to the Bio Quarter while many of the city’s iconic streets could be pedestrianised under radical new plans being considered by councillors.
Time to grasp the nettle - by Council Leader Adam McVey and Depute Leader Cammy Day
For over a thousand years Edinburgh has grown and thrived, balancing adaptation with conserving strengths.