Tourism chiefs in Midlothian have hailed news that visitors brought £105 million to the area last year.
Midlothian Growing Together is calling on everyone to lend a hand to improve their local environment, and get involved in their forthcoming “Action Earth” project, writes Katrina Dunlop.
Parkinson’s and motor neurone disease could be treated using research gained from the creation of Dolly the sheep.
Dalkeith teenager Callum Clement celebrated his 18th birthday by organising a fundraising gig for two local charities.
A Midlothian deli has been shortlisted for a prestigious award, after its pies were ranked among the best in Scotland.
Christmas is set to arrive at Dalkeith Country Park from Saturday (December 3) as the park of launches a real Christmas tree pop-up shop for the first time.
I wrote in my last column how please our school was of the recent successes in our examinations, writes Wendy Sutherland, head teacher at St David’s High School.
Welcome songs and wide smiles greeted Deputy First Minister John Swinney when he officially opened Bilston (pictured) and Gore Glen Primary Schools last Wednesday.
More than 60,000 people across Scotland have been given life-saving CPR training in the last 12 months.
A specialist herb nursery at the foot of the Pentland Hills has been named a regional winner at Scottish tourism’s equivalent of the Oscars.
A crooked company director who perpetrated a massive fraud on investors has been jailed for seven years after using cash to fund his lavish lifestyle.
The Scottish Government is to introduce legisation raising the age of criminal responsibility in Scotland from eight to 12.