Invitation issued to view new Eyemouth Harbour business ‘hub’

Less than 20 per cent of short-term lets in Edinburgh have sought planning consent six months on from the introduction of new rules.

A police call centre handling reported incidents dialled in on the 101 non-emergency telephone number is ‘failing the public.’

Scottish Borders does not have the infrastructure in place to cope with the influx of tourists.

A public inquiry is to be held into plans to force land owners into selling part of their sites to the operators of offshore wind farm in East Lothian.

Midlothian Council has today unveiled the winner of a competition to name its new 13 tonne permanent pothole repair machine.

The City of Edinburgh Council is searching for apprentices and experienced tradespeople as part of a recruitment drive.

This View has been written by Midlothian resident Bill Kerr-Smith

The Edinburgh Boiler Company is encouraging people to transition more quickly into renewables.

An attempt to remove an interim Edinburgh Council boss from their role after just two weeks over a “completely indefensible” salary has failed.

A leading UK early years provider has acquired two family-owned nurseries in Midlothian

Edinburgh is counting down to the introduction of the Low Emission Zone (LEZ), which will restrict the most polluting vehicles.

Reheatable meals have been delivered to low income households as part of a joint initiative between Midlothian Council and the British Red Cross.

Five councils in Scotland have already called on the Scottish government to implement a ban.

Nearly half of primary pupils quizzed by education inspectors said lessons were not hard enough at a struggling Midlothian school.

The Secret Garden Distillery is nearing completion of its plans to achieve Carbon Zero status by 2026.

Educators need to win the ‘hearts and minds’ of young people to bring them back into classrooms, a councillor has said.

MSP has called on the Scottish Government to pass on the 75% business rates relief to hospitality and retail businesses in Midlothian.

Christine Grahame MSP writes her monthly column for Midlothian View.

The City of Edinburgh Council is searching for apprentices and experienced tradespeople as part of a recruitment drive.

Police Scotland is rolling out an award-winning scheme aimed at ensuring officers are better equipped to find children and young people.

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

Tinnitus UK is calling for gardeners to protect their ears.

Readers can help to feed hungry children around the world by giving their time to the school feeding charity Mary’s Meals.

A review of the council’s alcohol and drug policy was carried out following recommendations arising from an independent inquiry.