Election candidates challenged over trust

STEM Next is an essay competition that encourages entrants to discuss the future of the industries across energy, medicine and science.

A petition calling on East Lothian Council to return household bin collections to every two weeks was considered ‘too political.'

A planning bid has been submitted to Scottish Borders Council to enable the ongoing electrification of its rail network.

Hundreds of blue badges in Midlothian were registered with dead people costing the council an estimated £202,000 in lost revenue.

Candidates fighting to represent Midlothian at Westminster will face each other at a public hustings this week.

Parents of older children in East Lothian urged to ensure they know where they are, after concerns over anti-social behaviour.

Plans to build two new homes have been approved on appeal after developers revealed they would be planting nearly 2,000 new trees on the land.

Residents of Newtongrange’s Lothian Terrace marked 100 years since their homes were built with a good old-fashioned street party.

A new ‘school zone’ has launched at Dalry Primary School with a day of festivities to celebrate.

Families on low incomes in Midlothian are reminded they can apply for free school meals and clothing grants for the next school year 2024/25.

Colin Beattie MSP writes his monthly column for Midlothian View

Liam Thomson wins 'Overall Apprentice of the Year' at the ninth annual Scottish Print Apprentice of the Year awards.

The café has begun hosting live music events every Saturday night serving meals and drinks.

Two-thirds of people supported the plan a new report has revealed.

Two midlothian schools have entered the Keep Scotland Beautiful annual Pocket Garden Design Competition.

Bradan and Eilish completed their charity fundraiser in aid of their Auntie Tracy.

Midlothian Council held a public consultation regarding the proposed new development in Newtongrange.

Midlothian councillors are being asked to ban schools from demanding children wear uniforms with school logos on them.

Two people who suffered life changing injuries in crashes while not wearing a seatbelt have shared their harrowing ordeals as part of a national campaign to help save lives.

For the past ten years, I have been fighting to make Scotland a more free place to live in.

The county’s biggest town has seen a spate of youth-related problems from shoplifting and fire-raising.

A number of council homes in West Lothian could be sold after the council agreed changes to its buy back policy.

The number of homes broken into in East Lothian nearly doubled last year.

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