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Midlothian councillors are to have a seminar to fully discuss the first changes to the county’s parking standards for nearly 20 years.
Two Midlothian organisations have been awarded grants from the Scottish Government to help support some of the world’s most vulnerable communities.
Melville Housing Association is launching a new free training initiative as part of the regeneration of Dalkeith Corn Exchange.
Money from the Gorebridge Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS) continues to drive improvements on Main Street.
Teams of budding chefs from Midlothian’s six high schools have been tasked with creating a culinary masterpiece.
Police have arrested and charged a 14-year-old boy in connection with wilful fireraising, following a fire at Langside Farm, Dalkeith.
With just six months to go until the Borders Railway opens, a massive artwork on wheels has been unveiled to promote it across Scotland.
An innovative project to encourage Midlothian parents to read bedtime stories to their children has won a national award.
A married woman who had consensual sex with a taxi driver sparked a police investigation after claiming the man had raped her.
Midlothian school pupils helped launch a new initiative aimed at helping one million young people build skills and self-belief by 2020.
Ready to paint the town red after her success in a national art competition is Penicuik High School pupil Erin Scratcherd.
Lothian Buses suspended one of its Dalkeith services last week after vehicles were damaged by rock-wielding youths.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a bogus workman claiming to work for the council tried to enter a house in Mayfield.
Newtongrange Silver Band recently picked up its second Scottish Championships ‘first section’ win in three years recently.
Burnt out Records, the innovative student-run record label, welcomes folk singer Sarah Hayes to the Music Hub in Penicuik.
Hundreds of Midlothian people stopped what they were doing on Friday morning to capture a glimpse of the solar eclipse.
Newbattle Abbey College will celebrate one of its most famous graduates, poet George Mackay Brown, with an exhibition of his works this evening (Wednesday, March 25) at 7pm.
The council has agreed to investigate the possibility of buried bodies at a historically significant site earmarked for new homes.