What do real ale fans do for a tipple if they live in a ‘dry’ community without a pub and respect the law on drink driving?
A Bonnyrigg cat owner is offering £100 cash in reward for information relating to the mysterious deaths of three local felines.
A mother of two with cerebral palsy has been forced to turn to fund-raising in order to buy a new wheelchair and maintain her independence.
Launching a new council and NHS partnership, Health Secretary Alex Neil recently visited a housing facility for older people in Penicuik.
Local politicians have hit out at funding calculations which could see Midlothian Council lose out on almost £1.9 million next year.
Owners of a Midlothian care home have been ordered to improve conditions or face closure amid serious concerns by inspectors.
To mark World Book Day (March 6), we asked shoppers in Dalkeith if books are still relevant in the age of digital media.
A social care watchdog agency set up by the Scottish Government is investigating claims of abuse at a Bonnyrigg care home.
Local communities across Scotland are to benefit from a £100,000 fund to increase the number of public access defibrillators across the country.
Customers of the Stair Arms Hotel in Pathhead have been praised for pulling a driver from his burning car after it crashed into another vehicle.
Midlothian Council has admitted mistakes in a response to a Freedom of Information enquiry about community care alarms.
One of Midlothian’s leading tourist attractions is to purchase a life-saving defibrillator.
The Scottish SPCA is appealing for information and urging cat owners to be vigilant following a spate of suspected poisonings in Newtongrange.
Scottish Water began a massive clean-up job this week after a blocked sewer caused a raw sewage spill through parts of Bonnyrigg.
Young children and their parents had fun on board ‘PlayTalkRead’ buses Bessie and Benji when they visited Midlothian.
Pupils at St Luke’s Primary School in Mayfield recently received a street dance presentation from Laura Reynolds of the Upbeat dance group, as part of health week at the school.
A Penicuik wind farm protestor has won a national battle over misleading information used in pro-development literature.
Mayfield and Easthouses Community Council is to apply for World War One centenary funding to revamp a local war memorial.
Farm animals were rescued from a blazing barn when 100 tonnes of baled straw caught fire at a Dalkeith farm.
Another two men have been charged with housebreaking offences in Midlothian as part of Police Scotland initiative Operation RAC.