Midlothian Councillors work together in ‘Grown up council’ to agree council tax freeze and rent rise

The Mercat Grill in East Lothian has its first charity doggy event for 2024 happening on Saturday 2nd March.

Christine Grahame MSP writes her monthly column for Midlothian View.

Drivers using satellite navigation and users of Google Maps have recently seen Midlothian covered in what appears to be a blanket of snow.

Plan to get Edinburgh council tenants to secretly record their noisy neighbours shelved.

New secondary school for Gorebridge removed from capital plan.

This View has been written by Garry Clark of the Federation of Small Businesses

Edinburgh-based legal firm Watermans is to represent former Clackmannanshire sub-postmaster Rab Thomson.

The housebuilder has announced a sponsorship deal with Bonnyrigg Rose Football Club.

Midlothian MP Owen Thompson has been campaigning for the students to come to Scotland.

The Auditor General for Scotland has published his report today on Scotland's NHS.

Councillors have been warned as they prepare to set the authority’s budget.

This View has been written by Brett Ferguson, a Chartered Surveyor in the Perth office of DM Hall Chartered Surveyors.

Claire Miller has been presented with a British Empire Medal.

Plans to introduce parking charges in the first of East Lothian’s six towns are being sent back to the drawing board.

Residents in East Lothian will face a 10 per cent rise in council tax next year.

Council tenants in East Lothian will see rent go up by seven per cent this year.

ELCAP have shared the results for this year’s Care Inspectorate findings.

Greens in Edinburgh have proposed ending free meals for councillors, continuing free tram travel for youngsters and boosting funding for projects aimed at addressing climate change impacts.

A free online event for parents and carers will explain apprenticeship options for their young person and how to find local opportunities.

A proposed £50 charge for West Lothian residents to have garden waste collected may not last for long.

Plans to relocated a community high school to new £120 million facilities have been put out for public consultation

Midlothian MP, Owen Thompson, writes his monthly column for Midlothian View.

Edinburgh is set for a 20 per cent rise in city centre parking charges and a freeze on council tax if budget plans are passed next week.

Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber of Commerce have revealed the shortlisted finalists for the Business Awards 2024.

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