While one conservation project’s training scheme comes to an end in Dalkeith, a new one has just got under way in Gorebridge.
There has been a mixed reaction to plans for a multi-million pound movie and television studio development near Loanhead.
See this week’s Advertiser to spend five minutes in the company of retired vet Hugh Fraser.
A local business leader has warned against Midlothian being forgotten in a tourism review of the soon-to-be re-opened Borders Railway.
Scottish Power is on site in Loanhead starting work on placing electrical cables underground.
A Remember When photograph, which appeared in the Advertiser recently, brought back fond memories for Bonnyrigg man John Illand.
When Helen and Jim Keenan’s son Haydon died from complications aged just 15 weeks, a mould of his hand and foot was a precious keepsake that got them through that dark time.
With just three weeks to go until Scotland decides its future, we look at another key issue in the independence referendum.
Loanhead veterinary surgeon Iain Butt retires this weekend after more than 30 years caring for the health and welfare of animals in Midlothian.
Despite local objections, councillors have given permission to open another ‘house in multiple occupation’ (HMO) in Gorebridge.
A “last ditch” attempt is being made to save Mayfield and Easthouses Development Trust which is under threat due to a lack of board members.
Residents and businesses are invited to two events where plans for a major housing development near Danderhall will be unveiled.
The first phase of work to transform the stableyard at Dalkeith Country Park is expected to get under way in a couple of weeks.
Mia Bald is over the moon with her new companion – an autism service dog called Luna – but the family still needs help raising the funds to pay for her.
A seven-year-old boy from Mayfield who defied doctors by walking again has to go back to America for surgery after suffering a setback.
A 22-year-old Dalkeith man has been charged with attempted murder following an incident in the town on Monday morning.
Vegetation management works for the Borders Railway are now underway along the route, which is set to be re-opened in September 2015.
Police Scotland have confirmed that a man reported missing from Newtongrange has been found safe and well.
Air Cadets from the Loanhead squadron have been enjoying an unforgettable summer which has taken them all over the world.
We’re always looking for people to take part in our 5 Minutes With feature for the Advertiser.