Residents in Mayfield are outraged by work on a neighbouring housing development which they say has flooded their gardens and left a mess.
An expanding business that manufactures commercial kitchens is now punching above its weight thanks to the arrival of a new 30-ton CNC Punch.
A group which had warned of a perceived rise in crime in Newtongrange has praised the “pro-active” police reaction to a problem last week.
A Penicuik employee has taken part in his firm’s mammoth charity cycle event, raising vital funds for charity.
In creating a hub without a hub, a Bonnyrigg group has proved that community spirit is the vital ingredient needed to cook up a feast of fun.
Food lovers in Midlothian only have a few more days to cast their votes in the county’s annual Food and Drink Awards.
The founder of McSence has expressed his shock that it uses a government scheme making unemployed people work for their benefits.
More than 100 local school pupils recently took part in a special ‘Big Music Day’ concert at Newbattle High School building on local links.
Chief Inspector Kenny Simpson: “Well Spring has arrived and those fortunate enough to be off over Easter certainly benefited from nice warm weather.
One of Midlothian’s most well-known historical sites has re-opened following the winter break.
POLICE have been forced to set up “wellbeing clinics” for staff in the Lothians struggling to cope with controversial control room closures.
A Midlothian mum-of-two is celebrating a top ten finish in the international ‘Star in a Bra’ competition to find a model for size D-plus bras.