A FUNERAL for one of three Penicuik-based soldiers killed last month by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan has been held at Canongate Kirk.
The economic benefits of countryside access in Midlothian have been highlighted at a gathering of local landowners.
Former Hibs and Scotland striker Keith Wright became a trainee road worker for a day to highlight the benefits of working as an apprentice.
Congratulations to Bonnyrigg P6 pupils Lauren, Ciaran, Paul and Matthew who recently represented Midlothian in the Scottish European Educational Trust’s national Euroquiz final, which took place in the Scottish Parliament on May 13.
Children in Midlothian are set to take part in the country’s biggest book swap when thousands of youngsters exchange their favourite stories with friends in an initiative from Edinburgh International Book Festival sponsor ScottishPower.
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A public meeting to discuss the Mount Lothian wind farm proposals has been cancelled.
Police are investigating after sheep were killed near Penicuik.
Midlothian Council has reluctantly given the go-ahead for William Hill to open another betting shop in Dalkeith - at the former Old Meal Market Inn, as previously reported.
A Midlothian science and technology park is to host an all-day celebration of entrepreneurship in Scotland.
Whitehill Welfare have been crowned Premier Division champions for the first time in five years following a 1-0 victory at home to Gretna on Wednesday (May 15).
Newtongrange Star discovered they had won the Premier League last Saturday, just as they began a cup-tie penalty shoot out.
Young Midlothian readers will soon face a spine-chilling time at their local library.
Woodburn Primary School Nursery have received a donation from a local councillor to buy books.
Newtongrange Star will get their hands on the Premier League trophy at a special presentation on Saturday and you can join in the celebrations.
A suggestion to bring trams to Midlothian has provoked a mixed reaction in the county.
PENICUIK will soon be bursting with festive fervour when its eagerly-anticipated summer festival gets under way.
Pathhead’s singing butcher was celebrating recently when his Kinross butchers walked away with a host of prizes at a Scottish meat trade fair.
Community facilities at the new Lasswade High School in Bonnyrigg are due to be opened up for public use on July 1.
MIDLOTHIAN residents opposed to the closure of two local leisure facilities have taken their protest to the council chamber.