Edinburgh City Council is raising concerns about removing cars and taxis from Waverley Station.
Edinburgh City Council
Edinburgh City Council is planning to pump over £1.5 million into children’s outdoor play areas in Edinburgh over the next five years.
Thousands of fines for drivers caught on camera driving in the bus lane on a busy Edinburgh road are to be waived or refunded, the Council announced today.
A plan to build on work in recent years in revitalising the 200-year-old Union Canal got a resounding thumbs up last night after winning a prestigious award.
A cold, wet evening in May (aye, May) is not the best atmosphere for being at the wrong venue for a launch. My excuse? There was a hint somewhere in an email about seeing renovations and anyway, what do I know about building schedules? Answer: hee haw. We are so used in Edinburgh to the disruption of barriers closed streets and roads, that whether or not scaffolding has gone down is barely noted any more. Luckily, I was in the Guides so used my initiative and soon came across some likely folk on the way to the launch in St Andrew Square. (Note to self: always read the small print.)
The Europe-wide Festival of Museums returns this weekend with public museums throwing a variety of one-off events that bring history and heritage alive.
The City of Edinburgh Council has granted permission for the victory parade routes chosen by Edinburgh’s two top football clubs ahead of the Scottish Cup Final on 19 May.
The Labour Party and the Scottish National Party have signed an agreement to work together to run the City of Edinburgh Council, it was announced yesterday evening.
The local election results for the City of Edinburgh Council have now been declared.
As widely forecasted, the Liberal Democrats were punished for their handling of the Edinburgh Tram project and what ousted Lib Dem leader Jenny Dawe called "anti-Clegg sentiment".
A free Edinburgh Reads book event with Rt Hon.