MIDLOTHIAN’s army community has been stunned by the death of three soldiers, who were killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.
The SNP-led administration has vowed that no buildings will close as part of plans for Newbattle High School, despite officer recommendations.
Newtongrange Gala Day Committee are appealing for former Kings and Queens to get in touch ahead of a week of events in June to celebrate the gals’s centenary.
VOLUNTEERS are being sought to help clean up a Loanhead park.
GUIDES from across Midlothian met recently at Vogrie campsite for Girlguiding Midlothian’s County Banner competition.
ORGANISERS of the rapidly growing Trad on the Tyne festival are claiming this year’s will be the “best ever” after announcing the list of performers that will headline the event.
M&Co clothes shop in Dalkeith is to host an evening of fashion to support Cancer Research UK.
A Midlothian man is primed to do his bit for a Diabetes charity at this year’s Edinburgh Marathon Festival.
PUBLIC views are being sought on a new Midlothian Local Development Plan.
MIDLOTHIAN Council is renewing its drive against irresponsible dog owners.
MIDLOTHIAN Council wants local children and parents to get out of their cars and on to their feet.
A PENICUIK youngster has been given her big acting break on an Edinburgh stage.
Police are appealing for witnesses following an attempted robbery in Lasswade.
DENNIS Canavan, chairman of the Yes Scotland campaign, feels that an independent Scotland should have its own currency.
BRITISH Heart Foundation (BHF) Scotland needs collectors in Penicuik to join the fight for every heartbeat at their local Tesco.
Police in Midlothian are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic accident yesterday afternoon (May 1) in which a man was critically injured after his car left the road and overturned.
A Newbattle football coach is calling on people to vote for the next winner of the award he won last year.
ONE of the three soldiers killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan had recorded a story for his unborn baby “so he can get used to my voice”.
Marie Curie Nurses are thanking everyone in Midlothian for helping to make the charity’s Great Daffodil Appeal a roaring success this year.