Midlothian MP Owen Thompson condemns inaction of the Rosewell team over the signing of convicted domestic abuser Paul Tansey.
A statue remembering the children and their enslaved parents forced to work in some of the worst mines in Scotland has been unveiled.
People seeking to take the next step in their education journey are encouraged to attend Edinburgh College’s course clearing event being held at its Granton Campus this Friday.
Midlothian exam results today show a positive return to pre-pandemic performance levels at National, Higher and Advanced Higher levels.
Midlothian Crime Beat for period between Monday 1st and Sunday 7th August 2022.
Applicant claimed building a house in the style of a barn would link it to the history of the land.
Play Midlothian welcomed over 150 children and families to "Come and enjoy play!" on the national day for play.
Community trust wants to turn a tanning salon into a tearoom to bring more people into Bonnyrigg town centre.
The popular French game of Pétanque is coming to Newtongrange.
Dozens of homeowners could be entitled to a cash windfall of thousands of pounds.
The operator of a builders yard has appealed to Scottish Ministers to stop the Midlothian Council shutting it down.
Midlothian Crime Beat for period between Monday 25th and Sunday 31st July 2022.
Hundreds of homeowners in an East Lothian town have had their council tax band changed.
Whitehill Welfare football club have signed a convicted domestic abuser.
Midlothian has recorded its highest number of drug deaths in 11 years.
A bid to remove a disused chimney stack from a town centre building has been rejected by planners.
Project to bring offshore energy into the UK network has been hit with a delay after plans had to be withdrawn.
Midlothian Council will share initial ideas and draft proposals for the Dalkeith town centre regeneration for comment on August 25th.
Improvements are being made to 600 metres of footway
A bid to turn a shop storeroom into two flats in Dalkeith High Street was rejected.
Waste workers in Midlothian are set to strike as councils across Scotland face industrial action in the coming weeks.
The Dalkeith Festival has been the only annual family fun event in the Town's diary since 1962.
The guerilla gardeners group has been nominated for this year’s Keep Scotland Beautiful campaign.
Keep Scotland Beautiful celebrates sustainable and well managed parks across Scotland.