Heavyweight politicians in Midlothian have taken a swing at each other following a vote on austerity cuts in the House of Commons.
The successful Beadazzling project, helping Midlothian young people into work, is offering a hand of friendship to local pensioners.
John Thomson sent in this view of Crichton Castle, which is a few miles away from Pathhead.
Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a woman who has been reported missing in Lasswade.
Loanhead Parish Church has launched a fundraising campaign to upgrade a number of the kirk’s facilities.
A group of community activists in Gorebridge is pressing ahead with plans to make the most of the return of the railway to the area in September.
The policing model for Midlothian is to change in March following concerns raised about the current structure put in place just last year.
Midlothian Council says its gritters will be out all day today.
Scottish health minister Shona Robison met tenants in the award-winning Cowan Court development in Penicuik last week.
Around £2,000 worth of wheelie bins have been destroyed in the past two months by youths who have been setting them on fire.
Police are appealing for witnesses following several reports of attempted break-ins in Bilston and Bonnyrigg.
edinburgh Leisure will look to attract private sector cash as it aims to plug a financial black hole – and may even ask the NHS for help.
Marking the end of an era for Midlothian, Labour Party stalwart David Hamilton has called time on his career as a Member of Parliament.
The Capital is braced for travel chaos with gale force winds and snow expected over the next two days.
Civic leaders in Loanhead have pledged to fight plans to remove the podiatry service from the town’s new health centre.
The Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) has published this video showcasing how one of its awards is being used as part of a programme encouraging young people in Midlothian to consider a career in construction. The film explores how building firm Morrison Construction worked with Newbattle High School to deliver SQA’s Employability Award in their Employment and Construction Programme, aimed at pupils who have a genuine interest in pursuing a career in the construction industry.
Midlothian residents are being encouraged to join in with a re-use revolution, as part of a new national week to promote swapping, sharing and donating.
Cousland Smiddy has received a grant of £9,700 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to carry out repair works and provide regular open days.
A prominent building in Gorebridge will soon be given a makeover after a new owner was found for the property which had lay empty for years.
Repair work marked as urgent by council officers in plans to demolish community facilities has finally taken place at one of the buildings.