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“Simply put, Midlothian needs more money”

Cash-strapped Midlothian Council which has proposed cutting teacher numbers to balance the books backed a £31 million ski centre upgrade behind closed doors.

Edinburgh College set to open its doors to prospective students during February Open Days

The landowner was given 28 days notice to clear the land to avoid costs which has now lapsed.

Catholic church leaders have raised concerns over plans to close a second Roman Catholic primary school in Midlothian in a year as part of budget cuts.

Midlothian provost Debbi McCall made a plea for calm in council chambers this week after revealing council staff had been subjected to “shockingly rude” comments.

Craig Hoy, Conservative MSP for South Scotland, has raised concerns about train delays between Edinburgh and Midlothian.

A multi-million pound upgrade for Hillend ski slope should be shelved in the current financial crisis, Midlothian councillors were told this week.

Christine Grahame MSP writes her monthly column for Midlothian View.

Protestors gathered outside Midlothian Council’s headquarters this morning as communities pleaded not to lose crucial funding which supports the most vulnerable residents.

Dalkeith, Midlothian South and Midlothian East Crime Beat report for period between Monday 23rd and Sunday 29th January 2023.

Plans for a major electricity storage compound in mid-Berwickshire are set to receive the blessing of a planning committee.

This View has been written Theo Barnes, a brewer at Midlothian's Otherworld Brewery in Hardengreen.

All Community Councils have signed a letter sent to elected representatives, of both Midlothian Council, Scottish Government and the Government of the United Kingdom

Broad support for the cross-party Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee’s report on the sustainability of local news.

Holocaust Memorial Day falls on 27th January every year the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.

A Super Bowl party which will be held into the early hours of the morning has been given the go ahead.

Concern over emergency access to homes on a private street saw plans for more housing on the road thrown out.

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.

Midlothian Council has published a detailed list of savings proposals it is considering.

A key-cutting shop has been given permission to remain permanently in its pod outside a major supermarket.

Midlothian Council has published savings proposals to be considered by councillors at a special meeting of the full Council.

An Edinburgh councillor has called for clarity from council bosses over claims that Portobello will be ‘underwater in the next 50 years’.

Edinburgh Council has urged people to stop moving traffic cones into potholes.

A call has been made for lifeguards to be brought in to protect visitors to Scotland’s ‘busiest’ coastline.