MP calls for views on business support

Scottish miners convicted during the year-long strike in the 1980s are to be pardoned by the Scottish Government.

A ground-breaking project to support care-experienced young people live independent, fulfilled lives was launched today during National Care Leavers Week by Midlothian Council’s Children’s Services.

MSPs have branded the UK government’s decision to allow the temporary suspension of VAT on personal protective equipment to expire as “shocking."

The Scottish Welfare Fund made 815 crisis grant payments to people in Midlothian in the last financial quarter.

An Edinburgh landmark is set for a facelift as the owners look to establish a retractable glass roof and chic dining terrace.

A homeowner who ignored warnings to stop building his house after it breached planning permission faces having to tear it down.

Christine Grahame MSP writes her monthly column for Midlothian View.

Childminders who work from homes in East Lothian could be hit with annual fees after the local authority told them that “nappies and food waste” cannot be disposed of in domestic bins.