Building a better Edinburgh, together
Council sets out initial draft framework for Capital’s crisis recovery strategy.
Hundreds of books delivered to vulnerable Edinburgh families in isolation
Families with vulnerable children who are shielding at home in Edinburgh are to have hundreds of books delivered to their doorsteps thanks to a new charity partnership.
Join the shop local movement and support City's small businesses
With physically distant shopping and home deliveries on the rise, hundreds of Capital-based businesses in Edinburgh are reinventing the way they trade during lockdown.
Financial support available for people in Edinburgh
29% of people in Scotland report being worried about their finances having already felt the negative impact of Coronavirus.
Saying it with flowers: Historic Floral Clock’s 2020 design pays tribute to NHS and key workers
Work has commenced on this year’s Floral Clock - the world’s oldest – in Edinburgh’s West Princes Street Gardens.
Plans for safer walking and cycling in Edinburgh
An action plan has been drawn up for creating safe and accessible spaces for walking and cycling in Edinburgh during the coronavirus outbreak, and when the city emerges from the crisis.
Getting help for people at risk from harm
It’s vitally important during these unprecedented times that people know where to turn to if they feel someone is vulnerable in their communities.
Lord Provost: "Like the VE Day generation, hope for better days to come"
Lord Provost Frank Ross writes about alternative ways to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of VE Day in today's Edinburgh Evening News.
Free cycle hire passes on offer for NHS workers
Announcement on the launch of the scheme issued on behalf of Transport for Edinburgh.
Council Leader's Report May 2020
Latest news from Council Leader Adam McVey.
Support for young people at home
Advice and support for young people and their families in Edinburgh who may be struggling at home during the pandemic is available from our team of educational psychologists.