Slip road improvements for City Bypass Lasswade Junction

Colin Beattie has encouraged people to donate long-life food items at their local Tesco stores to help support the Trussell Trust and FareShare.

The sixteen ‘deteriorating’ wooden frame windows were replaced with uPVC to protect her tenants’ ‘health’

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.

A telecoms company was fined by Edinburgh Council 176 times last year after it repeatedly failed to follow the correct roadworks procedures.

A ‘repositioning’ of through the night care provided by Scottish Borders Council will net a saving of almost £500k.

A home-owner has been told his new garden fence has won a reprieve after re-painting it green

Dalkeith Country Park’s dazzling Spectacle of Light has officially opened.

Edinburgh’s ‘Airbnb crackdown’ is set to get even tougher thanks to planned new policies.

The Scottish Government has been warned that local services could grind to a halt without more help.

Free hot drinks and soup will be available at two Midlothian libraries from today

Health charities and NHS clinicians have united in a call for the Scottish Government to reverse a cut to the funding of a vital stroke treatment.

New Edinburgh Council public transport action plan sets out options for a line from Granton to Royal Infirmary.

Edinburgh motorists have been warned of major changes to the city’s parking rules .

New offer to make climate-friendly energy improvements simpler.

Nearly 2,000 homes in Edinburgh are sitting empty amid growing demand for housing in the city.

A plan for more than 11,000 new affordable homes to be constructed across Edinburgh in just five years has been labelled a “pipe dream.”

Owen Thompson MP helped launch an inquiry into Levelling Up the former coalfields by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Coalfield Communities.

The motocross community has come out in support of an East Lothian farmer ordered to remove a racetrack from his land.

Midlothian Council is the first housing organisation in Scotland to sign up as a partner agency with the charity, Veterans Housing Scotland.

Scottish Ministers are being asked to overturn a decision to reject a £22.4 million plan to build a care home and affordable housing on ‘disused’ land.

An Artist in Residence appointed by the Penicuik Heritage Regeneration Project has been working with local community groups to produce artworks.

A council care home which has been inspected six times in the last two years failed to improve its grades on its latest visit.

AM Bid, Scotland’s leading bid and tender specialist, has reported a record turnover in excess of £1 million for the second year in a row.

The release of the 1921 census provides a glimpse into the home and working lives of Scotland’s people 100 years ago.