Marketing Edinburgh has failed to file its accounts two years in a row.
Councillors say retrofitting old energy-inefficient buildings in Edinburgh’s Old and New Towns will be a key challenge.
Edinburgh City Council has previously faced heavy criticism for its planning enforcement of the city’s festivals.
Edinburgh Council and the police launched an action plan following 'ugly' scenes at the Meadows.
Officers are attending incident at Seafield Recycling Centre following reports of unidentified item on the premises.
Report says public toilets in the capital are no longer fit for purpose and calls on local authority to invest in facilities.
A section of the Dean Path in Edinburgh has been closed on and off since 2012.
Edinburgh-based City Cabs said it showed examples of "risk assessment failures".
Family claim Henry Dundas was anti-slavery after council approves sign denouncing his role in delaying abolition.
Plaque earmarked for Melville Monument will denounce Henry Dundas' role in deferring abolition of the slave trade.
Coalition of opposition councillors won rent freeze for council tenants last month.
Campaigner rejects report that leaked list of monuments could be torn down.
After failing to collect thousands of fixed penalty notices, Edinburgh City Council has assessed the debt to be 'irrecoverable'.
Final proposed concept designs for the transformation of Edinburgh’s historic George Street have been unveiled.
Council has created programme of online events after famous street party was cancelled in July due to coronavirus.
Report says one in three families in the city living below the poverty line are only in that position due to their housing costs.
Edinburgh City Council is encouraging owners to help provide accommodation for homeless people.
Local authorities in Scotland's two biggest cities agreed their budgets on Thursday.