A lesson in rescue techniques was the last thing pupils at a primary school expected.
Pupils at a Penicuik primary school have created a superhero to help them learn about bullying and how to respect others.
House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) status has been extended at cottages in Roslin, despite concerns about antisocial behaviour.
Robbie Wallace (7) from Newtongrange won Furniture Village and Netmums’ invention competition, winning an iPad mini and £2,500 worth of vouchers for the furniture store.
Construction has started on 14 new homes at Jackson Street, Penicuik.
Dalkeith homeowners are in “utter shock” after being hit with bills for landscape and ground maintenance at Wester Cowden.
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The body of elderly man was recovered from a static caravan following a fire last week.
Mayfield is gearing up for its Christmas festivities on December 6, with youngsters competing to design a poster for the annual Christmas lights event.
With planning consent now in place, the replacement for Newbattle Community High School has reached yet another milestone. Drawings, plans and elevations have now been published giving residents the chance to see what the finished building will look like. Community facilities including a swimming pool, library and gym will also be housed in the building - to be known as Newbattle Centre - which is on budget and due to open in 2016.
Dilapidated council buildings are to be turned into temporary housing for homeless families and vulnerable teenagers.
Dalhousie Castle, near Bonnyrigg, has been nominated for ‘Small Venue of the Year’ in the prestigious UK Event Awards 2014.
Midlothian food company Supernature has two of its rapeseed oils stocked at upmarket London department store Harrods.
A Midlothian primary school has received a “wish list” of electrical goods up to the value of £1,000 from a recycling scheme.
Nimble knitters from the Scottish Qualifications Authority worked around the clock recently to raise £800 for the Scottish Poppy Appeal, run by Poppyscotland.
Network Rail has promised to fix light casings fitted back to front on the Borders Railway and promised this will not hold up the project.
Midlothian Voluntary Action (MVA) celebrates its 40th anniversary and 40 years of supporting community activism in Midlothian.
For this week’s your say we asked readers about Midlothian Council plans to give more powers to communities.
Police are keen to trace the whereabouts of Thomas Stewart (29), who has been missing from the Kinross area since the early hours of today (November 21).
MSP Colin Beattie has slammed “politically motivated” questions about his wife’s absence from her councillor duties, due to ill health.