Local residents in some areas of Midlothian will be able to book a free collection.
Midlothian Council has relaunched four warm and well hubs across the county to provide support with the cost-of-living crisis.
This View has been written by Ross Laird, Convener of Midlothian, Tweeddale and Lauderdale Liberal Democrats.
A union representative welcomed the decision as “right for moral and practical reasons.”
The surging number of homeless people has pushed the council to an overspend of £3.5 million.
Children across Edinburgh are missing school because families can’t afford to pay for uniforms.
Edinburgh Council and emergency services step up preparations ahead of November 5th.
McGills announced on Tuesday night that they will end all Eastern Scottish services in the county by December.
Green city councillors said the authority should “lead by example.”
Midlothian View spoke to coach Kate Flory.
A senior Labour councillor has called on the Scottish Government to reinstate emergency funding for bus services in the county.
The pilot, which will last for at least six months, will provide financial relief to people commuting.
West Lothian Council is to ask Holyrood for the £53m it has spent tackling RAAC problems in its schools and community centres.
Visitors are being asked to avoid taking part in water sports on the loch at Loch Leven National Nature Reserve.
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.
Collaboration with renowned filmmaker showcases the emerging space economy.
Real life animal heroes will be attending a two-day international conference in Midlothian.
Housing Minister leads visit to mark boost to region’s supply.
Planners said the new houses planned for a former fly-tipping site in Midlothian were too ‘suburban’ for the countryside
A homeowner has won his fight to put a driveway in his front garden despite it being ruled ‘too short.’
Planners calls for the rear windows of two new homes to be clad in slate to blend in have been dismissed.
The Energy Training Academy has secured £300,000 investment from the Catalyst Fund.
Bonnyrigg Rose were unlucky to lose out on the day as Stenhousemuir came out with all 3 points in a tightly-contested affair.
Midlothian MP and energy firm boss hit out at the PM's announcement last week.