A lively public debate, held by the Advertiser at McSence’s conference suite this week, threw up many more unanswered questions.
Loanhead After School Care Club is celebrating a £4,000 windfall to help local children face family challenges through play.
Last night’s lively Advertiser independence debate at McSence Business Park gave the people of Midlothian the chance to hear both sides of the argument.
Soft play will not necessarily be the only game in town if the former Bonnyrigg Leisure Centre building is saved from demolition.
A lively public debate, held by the Advertiser at McSence’s conference suite last night, threw up many more unanswered questions.
Appeals to purchase three defibrillators for local communities are fast approaching their fundraising targets.
Police Scotland is warning homeowners throughout Midlothian and East Lothian to be extra vigilant after two vehicles were stolen from the areas within the last week.
Midlothian Council’s ruling SNP administration suffered an embarrassing defeat last week after one of its members broke ranks.
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A community open forum will meet in Loanhead on Saturday (April 5) to hear thoughts on plans to save Mavisbank House.
A woman who woke to find her cat having a fit has blamed dangerous levels of carbon dioxide – which have led to five nearby homes being evacuated.
At a recent meeting in Dalkeith (March 25), Midlothian Council agreed to mark the 30th anniversary of the miners’ strike by recognising the “devastating impact” it had on local communities.
The consultation exercise on Midlothian Council’s proposed changes to primary school catchment areas in Penicuik closes this Friday.
St David’s Brass Band, based in Gorebridge, came second in the recent Scottish Brass Band Championships in Perth. The band will now represent Scotland at the National Finals of Great Britain, at Cheltenham in September.
Pupils at Stobhill Primary School in Gorebridge were given some reminders about health and safety by homebuilders Taylor Wimpey.
A “farcical” trip to Dalkeith Police Station ended when a Falkirk woman drove home without having met anyone face to face.
A project to help women experiencing domestic violence feel safer in their homes is to receive £500,000 from the Big Lottery Fund.
See this week’s Advertiser to spend five minutes in the company of Bob Bertram, spokesman for the Pathhead Road Safety Action Group.
Parents of children with Cystic Fibrosis have thanked the Sick Kids Friends Foundation for providing services at Edinburgh’s Sick Kids hospital.
There are no more tickets available for the Advertiser’s independence debate this Thursday.