Council set to appoint Cruden Group to drive forward first phase of £1.3bn regeneration at Granton Waterfront
The creation of a £1.3bn well-connected, sustainable new coastal town at Granton Waterfront in Edinburgh has reached its next major milestone.
Capital sees a surge in Living Wage sign ups
A record number of employers have signed up for living wage accreditation in Edinburgh following the Capital's commitment to be a Living Wage City.
Floral clock will bloom in honour of HM the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
Work has finished to complete this year’s design on the world’s oldest Floral Clock in Edinburgh’s West Princes Street Gardens.
Queens' Jubilee celebrations adds to great Lord Provost honour
Lord Provost Robert Aldridge writes in today's Evening News about taking up the role and the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations this weekend.
Jubilee beacon to be lit at Edinburgh Castle
Scotland's Capital will light a beacon at Edinburgh Castle to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Edinburgh announces plans to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
West Princes Street Gardens will host a special free event in the Capital to mark the Platinum Jubilee of HM the Queen.
Labour to lead Council in Edinburgh
Edinburgh’s Labour Group has formed an administration to lead the City of Edinburgh Council.
Edinburgh appoints new Lord Provost
Councillor Robert Aldridge has been appointed as the new Lord Provost of the City of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh welcomes over 1,300 Ukrainian refugees
More than 1,300 people fleeing conflict in Ukraine have arrived through Edinburgh’s Welcome Hub, with the significant majority of all arrivals to Scotland coming in through the city.
New exhibition at City Art Centre explores pioneering Scottish Modern Arts Association
National Treasure: The Scottish Modern Arts Association 21 May – 16 October 2022 Free Admission
New Skills Academy launches in the Capital
A new Skills Academy to prepare young people for the variety of careers in the construction industry is being launched by the City of Edinburgh Council.