Every child in the county aged two to 11 will be offered the flu vaccine from this autumn as part of a new immunisation programme.
Residents opposed to plans to build 60 homes on land designated as farmland are angry that a path has mysteriously disappeared.
A fascinating evening awaits visitors to Dalkeith High School on November 10 when local historian Alan Mason will be giving a talk to launch his new book, Up High – 100 years of Dalkeith High School.
Newbattle High was in lockdown earlier today after gun shots were reported in the vicinity of the school, but police have now confirmed that the area is safe and suspect fireworks might be to blame.
As bonfire night approaches, are you planning to hold or attend a fireworks display?
Dalkeith Citizens Advice Bureau is calling on the Scottish Government to regulate the private parking industry after seeing a rise in complaints.
The project to boost the Penicuik town centre area is knuckling down to business thanks to a steady increase in membership.
The future of the “eery” half-empty Gorebridge street currently being evacuated due to a carbon dioxide leak is set to be made clear next week.
Almost 20,000 Midlothian residents have had their personal details stolen and sold to online fraudsters within the last three years.
Pupils at Penicuik High are appealing for the return of a ceremonial mace designed and carved by them to celebrate the Commonwealth Games.
Andrew Hardie has been named as the Scottish Conservative candidate who will stand in the forthcoming Midlothian East by-election.
A Bonnyrigg teenager has received a Brave@Heart award for her “determination and maturity” after a pedestrian was knocked down.
Community councils in the Dalkeith area look set to join forces in a bid to progress plans for a community hub at Newmills Road.
World-famous Rosslyn Chapel has become only the fifth recipient of a five-star Historic Attraction award from VisitScotland.
Residents living in Rosewell have condemned contentious plans that could see the size of the village increase by more than a third.
Midlothian Council has given the Loanhead community assurances that it is monitoring works being carried out at a former care home.
Police in Midlothian are investigating after solar lights from Newbattle Cemetery were stolen last week.
Bonnyrigg’s new skate park is proving to be a magnet for anti-social behaviour, say local residents who are calling for it to be supervised.
A drunk who broke into a guesthouse and was found half-naked on a bed surrounded by knives has been jailed for six months.
A two-year-old Border Collie has returned home more confident and “mature” after living ruff for ten weeks with a group of female foxes.