Midlothian MP and MSP co-host a Cost-of-Living Drop-in

Impressions of the Professor Emeritus and Chancellor of Heriot-Watt University’s hands have been cast in clay ready to be carved into stone.

Councillor calls for the city to prepare for them to be regulated.

Work to help people heat their homes may need to be replaced by ways to help them keep their homes.

Midlothian Crime Beat for period between Monday 26th September and Sunday 2nd October 2022.

Councillors have today agreed to give pupils and school staff an extra day’s holiday in the October break.

Council tenants in Midlothian will be asked their views on a rent increase of up to 6% next year.

A community council which managed to regenerate itself with new members when just emerging from lockdown has found itself in the same position two years later.

Lorna Slater, Scottish Minister for Green Skills, Circular Economy and Biodiversity, Lothian MSP and Scottish Greens co-leader writes her monthly column for Midlothian View.

Scottish sporting bodies and prominent sports figures join NSPCC in calling on parents to play their part in keeping children safe in sport.

Councillors who were “kept in the dark” during the collapse of a £5.5m contract handed to an events firm to run Edinburgh’s Christmas Market.

There is still time to nominate amazing young people for Midlothian’s Young People Awards 2022.

The Registrar General for Scotland confirmed that Her Majesty The Queen’s death was registered in Aberdeenshire on 16th September 2022.

Councillors are being asked to approve an extra school holiday on Monday 24th October 2022.

Access to free meals and free laundry services are being proposed by a cost of living task force set up to support Midlothian residents.

Midlothian councillors will hold their first public in person meeting in more than two years next week.

Christine Grahame MSP writes her monthly column for Midlothian View.

Midlothian Crime Beat for period between Monday 12th September and Sunday 25th September 2022.

Council supports Challenge Poverty Week with events to support those struggling with the cost of living.

Midlothian Council and the Lord-Lieutenant of Midlothian have launched their annual Midlothian’s Young People Awards.

This View has been written by Ellen Scott, Midlothian South Councillor and Cabinet member with responsibility for education, children and young people.

Bonnyrigg-based construction company has been appointed as the main contractor for the work at Rosslyn Castle

A ‘redundant’ multi-storey car park and the store at Edinburgh’s Ocean Terminal will be demolished as part of a major redevelopment of the Leith shopping centre.

Edinburgh is set to join over 2,000 cities across the globe in celebrating World Car Free Day.

Four out of ten patients visiting their GP are there because of mental health issues.