Midlothian MP leads debate on Green Energy from Midlothian’s former coalmines

A bid to turn a vacant car showroom into new retail units has been rejected amid concerns over its impact on Penicuik town centre.

Claims a new house would ruin the views from a “well-used” footpath have been dismissed.

Brexit and a lack of drivers has forced a local authority to delay introducing a new recycling scheme after bags were held up in port.

Supporters of a man trying to build a house on a disused yard warned turning him down would be a “travesty” as they backed the plans.

Craig Hoy MSP, South of Scotland, writes his monthly column for Midlothian View.

Midlothian Council are improving the B7003 Roslin Glen road for the safety of motorists and cyclists.

A former rail yard used in the construction of the Borders Railway could be turned into housing under plans first put forward 13 years ago.

Edinburgh’s World of Football and bowling alley are set to be bulldozed.

A minute’s silence was held in tribute to union stalwart Tom Waterson by health and council colleagues today as new of his sudden death was announced.

The story of a campaign to stop pesticides being used in a tight-knit community has been captured in a new book to raise money for a children’s memorial.

Nearly 200 new homes at the new town of Blindwells have been approved despite a bid by developers to delay improving access off the A1 for a second time.

Work on a huge 1700 home development ‘designed around the happiness and success of its people’ has been delayed amid a struggling over £1.9m of developer contributions.