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.
Council statement regarding resignation of Executive Director of Communities and Families
The City of Edinburgh Council today confirmed the resignation of Executive Director of Communities and Families, Alistair Gaw.
Leader's Report October 2020
Latest news from Council Leader Adam McVey.
Craigentinny/Duddingston by-election candidates announced
The candidates standing in the forthcoming Craigentinny/Duddingston Council by-election have been confirmed.
Be Bright Be Seen on Edinburgh’s roads this autumn
We’re encouraging all road users to take extra care and look out for one another as winter approaches.
New vision proposed for Princes Street and Waverley Valley
As developers come forward with plans for Princes Street/Waverley Valley, a proposal to prepare a new vision to conserve and manage change within Edinburgh’s historic townscape is to be considered.
Green light to the evolution of Meadowbank
Ambitions to revitalise Meadowbank into one of Edinburgh’s greenest neighbourhoods was approved today.
BioQuarter is great boost for the city
Council leader Adam McVey writes in today's Evening News about how Edinburgh BioQuarter is a driving force in Scotland's thriving life sciences sector.
Lord Provost: An open letter to Edinburgh's students
Edinburgh's Lord Provost writes to the city's students in today's Scotsman and Evening News (Wednesday 7 October).
Edinburgh becomes the first city to set end poverty date
The City of Edinburgh Council has set an ambitious target aiming to eradicate poverty in the Capital by 2030.
Edinburgh joins forces to provide new welcome centre this winter
A new welcome centre has opened its doors for the winter season, providing warm food and sleeping facilities, immediate housing advice and wellbeing support to anyone facing rough sleeping.