Fund aims to add to adults understanding of maths

An Edinburgh tenant is to be evicted from her flat just as the Scottish Government’s ban is lifted.

The pantry was the grateful recipients of a donation of £1500 from food wholesaler, Fife Creamery Ltd.

Model Railway Exhibition returns to Edinburgh after many years.

Midlothian’s MP has hailed a men’s shed project for revolutionising community well-being.

A community gardening project has taken over a derelict council site behind shops to turn into a woodland garden.

Tyne & Esk Rural Communities Development Fund is part of the Community Led Local Development funding stream from the Scottish Government.

A company director has been jailed for eight months after failing to protect workers from exposure to asbestos.

Parks and roundabouts across Midlothian are awash with colour thanks to the council's Land and Countryside teams.

A new tool that allows anyone living with or beyond cancer to check their emotional wellbeing.

Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber of Commerce have confirmed two networking events this month.

Families could save up to £200 on yearly energy bills with some helpful hints on how to bring costs.

Midlothian MP Owen Thompson has called for the UK Parliament to be urgently recalled to ban arms sales to Israel.

Gensource, a leader in sustainable energy solutions, has embarked on an ambitious energy project on Edinburgh's historic Scott Monument.

National Records of Scotland report on the popular names with local authority breakdowns.

Lothian’s strong year was headlined by an increase of over 17% in its passenger numbers.

This View has been written by Midlothian Dog Trainer Nick McMechan.

Plans to close two community hospitals and a care home to help plug a £10.8m funding gap in East Lothian.

Plans to relocate East Links Family Park from its current home outside Dunbar to East Fortune.

The owner of a holiday flat in a Midlothian village has won an appeal to keep operating.

The tourism organisation announced the closures of all such venues across the country.

A ban on pavement parking across Midlothian will come into force next week despite concerns.

Midlothian Council is looking for everyone’s views as it continues to develop its new Local Transport Strategy.

Midlothian MP Owen Thompson has revealed his delight after a youth project was awarded £300,000 Levelling Up cash.

From Monday 1 April tenants of Melville Housing Association will have a new maintenance service.