Borders Railway plea from council

Schoolchildren and residents took to the streets to take part in noisy protests outside Midlothian Council’s headquarters as plans to cut music tuition were under debate.

Plans to transform Newtongrange with funding from the Borders Railway investment could create more than 440 jobs and add £20million to the community’s value

Why Labour will not use the Housing Revenue Account to meet the financial deficit

King's Park Primary School Parent Council has written to Midlothian Council in response to the proposed budget cuts for next year.

MSPs Christine Grahame and Colin Beattie, as well as Midlothian MP Danielle Rowley give their view on the council budget issues.

Villages and remote locations across East Lothian could be fitted with electric car charging points.

EXCLUSIVE: Businessman and councillor, Colin Cassidy, has a way to save music, sport, libraries and lots more in Midlothian.

Dalkeith Country Yard is launching it's £285,000 Sky Maze on Saturday 9th February.