Pentlands set to welcome brand new cycling hire centre

Midlothian’s depute provost has resigned from his post to take a role as health spokesperson within the SNP administration.

Parking fines in Midlothian will go up to £100 from April.

A Midlothian scaffolding firm has announced the launch of a new division, expanding the services it offers and paving the way for continued growth.

Midlothian Council has agreed to use its compulsory purchase powers to help secure a future for Mavisbank House.

Protesters gathered outside Midlothian Council headquarters today amid claims cuts to services for some of the most vulnerable could cost lives.

This View has been written by Foysol Choudhury Labour MSP for the Lothian Region.

This means the authority now only has the capacity to build 2,400 council-owned social rent homes in the next decade.

A controversial parking ban at a popular reservoir during the summer season will be brought back for a second year from next month.

Colin Beattie MSP, Midlothian North & Musselburgh, writes his monthly column for Midlothian View.

On Tuesday the full council meeting is set to agree the new fees and charges which will be applicable from April of this Year.

An emergency fund to help local galas pay for this year’s events is set to be launched as Midlothian Council looks to increase licence costs by up to 100 per cent.

In a watershed moment for the industry, forty-five independent titles including Midlothian View have signed up to the Google News Showcase.

Midlothian electronics firm Findlay Irvine donated £5,000 to the project.

Inception returns this May to Dalkeith Palace showcasing a curated collection of inspiring artists.

Health chiefs were today asked to reject a funding offer from Midlothian Council.

Work is underway to build 20 new Midlothian Council homes in Bonnyrigg as part of the most ambitious Passivhaus programme in Scotland.

Midlothian Craft Brewery announces over £300,000 investment in new solar energy and carbon capture initiative.

An Edinburgh Wetherspoon’s bid to open its balcony up as a drinks terrace has failed.

A bid to turn a four bedroom house into two flats should have been approved because a third of Scots now live alone, it has been claimed.

Councillors in West Lothian have called for bicycle bells to become mandatory in the Highway Code.

Officers are appealing for information following a serious assault at the back of a miners club in Dalkeith.

A crackdown on ‘dangerous and indiscriminate’ drivers will see parking fines in East Lothian rise to £100 from next month.

This View has been written by Foysol Choudhury Labour MSP for Lothian Region.

Plans to add an additional 17 bedrooms for patients at the private hospital have been given the go ahead by Midlothian planners.