Roslin may be famous as the birthplace of Bovril and Dolly the Sheep, but there now is a new invention to add to the village’s list of honours.
Campaigners living in Danderhall, Hilltown, Millerhill and Newton Village are to attend a public meeting tonight (July 29) as part of efforts to reinstate a council-subsidised bus service that was axed in April.
Green-fingered primary school pupils have risen to a colourful gardening challenge set down by Penicuik Rotary Club.
See this week’s Advertiser to spend five minutes in the company of Penicuik Speakers’ Club president Colin Dove.
Dalkeith folks took up the offer of free burgers and hotdogs at a barbecue held in King’s Park last Saturday.
Finn Gray (17), from Lothianburn has been selected to sail the 1,000 miles from the Arctic Circle to Scotland in 14 days.
Poppyscotland is calling for households across Midlothian to join the rest of the UK in taking part in LIGHTS OUT, a new initiative to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.
After months in the planning, the Beadazzling project’s pop-up jewellery shop opens in Dalkeith town centre next week.
Pensioners of St Nicholas’ Church lunch club in Dalkeith recently invited Scottish Labour’s Finance spokesperson Iain Gray to join them.
Heriot-Watt University students are working closely with an award-winning Loanhead brewery to create an IPA brewed exclusively with British hop varieties.
Police in Midlothian are appealing for help in tracing a man who has been missing for over a week.
Two local councillors had a bumpy ride hurtling 180 metres downhill when they took on the latest attraction at Midlothian Snowsports Centre.
Tourist venues across Mid, East and West Lothian have joined forces to secure funding to further and enhance tourism within the area.
A Midlothian-based company which supports art college applicants received a business boost from Dragons’ Den star Theo Paphitis.
The Scottish SPCA has issued a fresh warning urging people not to leave their dogs in hot cars as temperatures in Scotland continue to soar.
Two sisters will be joining in a walk on Saturday raising vital funds for a cancer charity, which supported their mum in last few weeks of her life.
Scottish Housing Minister Margaret Burgess has visited Midlothian to see a number of projects, including a new affordable housing development at Kippielaw on the edge of Dalkeith.
Penicuik residents have reacted angrily to news that planning consent has been granted for another hot food takeaway in the town centre.
Plans for a multi million pound redevelopment of the historic Dalkeith Country Park have been approved by Midlothian Council.