Moret than 2000 fishkeepers and hobbyist, many who queued from 8am, attended the launch of Fishkeeper Scotland’s second store in the Lothians at Dobbies Garden Centre.
People in Midlothian are being urged to consider applying to become a Children’s Panel member as the application deadline approaches.
Pupils at Mauricewood Primary are taught in a “welcoming and caring” environment, according to its latest inspection report.
A new Post Office ‘local’ service is to be introduced at Mayfield Post Office, which is located within Scotmid Co-operative on Mayfield Place.
A Bonnyrigg club, which aims to bring physically handicapped residents closer to able-bodied people in the area, has been awarded £3000.
The success of a £1.9m cycle and walking route between Edinburgh and Midlothian has been celebrated ahead of European Mobility Week 2016 (September 16-22).
Provost apologises after veterans comments spark backlash
The Dalkeith meal market took place on Monday. Carts laden with grain arrived from Midlothian, Haddingtonshire, and the Borders.
Persimmon Homes East Scotland is encouraging charities and community groups to apply for a slice of £2000 every month.
A major homebuilder has launched its newest development at a highly-anticipated Midlothian hotspot.
Hot on the heels of announcing the launch of their beer in cask in July, Cross Borders Brewing Company has again shown its desire to do something a little bit differently by launching its beer in cans!
The Met Office has announced the names of this year’s winter storms.
A parishioner recently got on her bike and travelled the length of the country to raise funds for the recent renovation of her church.
Penicuik YMCA-YWCA Drama Club students have been busy this summer participating in a special summer skills programme to hone their performing arts skills.
Dalkeith High School pupil Erin Gilbertson has won the title of ‘Miss Junior Teen Midlothian 2016’.
Concerned residents in Mayfield have been reassured that a popular insulation scheme in the area will be completed.
Dalkeith and District Citizens Advice Bureau opened its doors in 1966 in a single room upstairs in the former Council Chambers offices in Buccleuch Street – the same premises it occupies today. Since then it has been a godsend for thousands of local...
Dalkeith Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) on Buccleuch Street has been assisting local people for half a century, with the branch busier now than ever before.
Midlothian People’s Equality Group (M-PEG) is a friendly group of local people who live and work in Midlothian, writes Sandy Florence.