Coffee chain served with enforcement notice

Libraries across the constituency are holding free events for children of all ages.

The City of Edinburgh Council has released the first Penalty Charge Notice figures.

Edinburgh Council handed out just one fine for littering last year, it has emerged, sparking calls for the authority to step up efforts to tackle the problem.

After years of outcry, plans to develop Dalkeith’s town centre is still a far-fetched dream for both the Midlothian Council and the people of Dalkeith.

Foysol Choudhury MSP spoke in the National Museum of Scotland at the African and Caribbean Heritage Public Engagement event.

The council has been warned about a failure to stop cars entering Calton Hill.

Scottish Environment Protection Agency has indicated a high bacterial result in the water at Portobello Beach.

Demolition of an historic cottage has been agreed despite concerns that the move could change the character of a Berwickshire village.

Two new funds have just been unveiled by the Scottish Borders Local Action Group.

“I am delighted to see promotions around this now launched and I hope it will see good uptake."

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has launched a digital tool to help businesses estimate what registering for VAT may mean for them.

The clock is ticking on a public consultation launched over a proposal to hike taxi fares in the Borders by almost 15 per cent.

Will Muir wind farm proposal rejected again.

New Edinburgh South West MP Scott Arthur said he will step down as a councillor and the convener of the authority’s transport committee “after the summer time”.

Edinburgh’s returning officer has backed calls for a review of the UK’s postal voting system after delays in last week’s election.

An asphalt plant operating in a rural areas has been given the go ahead to install two ‘welfare cabins’ for its workers.

Nearly half of funds available for community causes went unclaimed last year with hundreds of thousands of pounds lying unspent.

Labour are celebrating big wins across Edinburgh after taking back three seats held by the SNP since 2015.

Thursday’s poll saw Nationalist majorities of 13,000 in Livingston and 11,000 in Bathgate and Linlithgow crumble.

A six foot fence stretching 31 metres along the boundary of a house in a conservation area was described as ‘harsh’ by planners.

Kirsty McNeill has been elected with a majority of over 8,000.

Flora Kelsey said she had been denied what could be her last-ever opportunity to vote.

Keith Cockburn, Conservative and Unionist Candidate for Midlothian in the General Election, has written this open letter to Midlothian voters.

This View has been written by Kirsty McNeill, the Scottish Labour and Co-operative General Election candidate.