Bonnyrigg Rose suffered a defeat at Stenhousemuir in a game that saw two red cards.
The winners have been announced for the Midlothian Young People Awards (MYPA) 2023 at a special ceremony held at Rosslyn Chapel.
The comments came as COSLA launched their Budget Lobbying campaign for the coming year.
The Capital is celebrating the start of December with the ongoing success of Edinburgh’s Christmas.
A crackdown on short-term lets from Edinburgh Council has been ruled unlawful for a second time.
Nine in ten people in Scotland believe that litter is an issue across the country, an opinion that has continually grown for the past three years.
Chief Executive urges greater collaboration in future planning and targets.
Plans for a new secondary school within the new Shawfair community in Midlothian have been put in doubt.
Haddington to host public discussion with Ministers.
Midlothian Council’s cabinet this week heard the county was experiencing similar problems to Fife .
A £13m public inquiry to establish why costs and timescales associated with the scheme spiralled out of control released its findings after a nine-year wait in September
The Midlothian MP has spoken out on the need for support for veterans of the armed forces.
Official road signs are being installed on the boundary of Edinburgh’s Low Emission Zone (LEZ), with six months until enforcement begins.
The owners of land where two healthy trees were chopped down could face criminal action.
Councillors on the scrutiny committee quizzed him on what the justification was for the sizeable payout.
Kelly Parry said the difference on roads was noticeable when driving from the county into the city’s boundary.
Christine Grahame MSP writes her monthly column for Midlothian View
Have you ever noticed how people are either half full or half empty?
A new film from Bikepacking Scotland encourages people to change the ways they travel.
Changes to non-domestic rates exemptions were passed by councillors this week in a move which could bring in over £13 million.
The Council has been working closely with key stakeholders to secure a future for cultural cinema in the Capital.
A city councillor says he feels “embarrassed” when walking down the historic street.
A nail salon boss who repainted her pink shop front grey after planners objected has lost her fight to save her ‘expensive’ red, white and blue sign above the door.
Edinburgh Council is to spend £55 million replacing over 1,000 vehicles to ensure its fleet is compliant with the city’s new Low Emission Zone.