Council Leader's Report August 2019
Latest News from Council Leader Adam McVey.
Brown bin collections on the increase
More brown bins are set to be collected from this October following the closure of the garden waste registration window last week.
Transforming the early years learning and childcare landscape
Education, Children and Families Convener Councillor Ian Perry writes about the positive progress being made in meeting the increased 1140 hours early learning and childcare in a year's time.
Preparing for stormy weather this weekend
Preparations are underway to manage the impact of heavy rain and thunderstorms, which are forecast this weekend.
Thousands have their say on proposals for Edinburgh's future
More than 8,000 consultation responses have been shared on major changes envisioned for Edinburgh.
Exam success for pupils
The nervous wait is finally over today (Tuesday 6 August) as over 8,000 pupils across Edinburgh receive their exam results.
Community payback Orders - Tell us your views
Edinburgh residents are being asked to share their views on a scheme that requires people who have committed offences to carry out unpaid work in the community as part of their sentence.
Culture and Communities Convener: The Capital as a global stage is ever evolving and the council is on the case.
Cllr Donald WIlson writes in Wednesday 31 July's Evening News.
Travelling Gallery launches its Autumn Tour - Day of Access by Alec Finlay
An exhibition of photography, paintings and poetry encouraging more and better access to nature for people affected by disability.
The People’s Story at 30: The Making of the Museum
It’s been 30 years since The People’s Story Museum opened its doors for the first time becoming one of the UK’s leading social history museums.