It’s that time of the year again when comic Eric Davidson makes his approach to the Edinburgh Festival to meet his regular attendees, and pick up some new fans too.
Temple writer Robin Mitchell is looking forward to having not one, but two shows on at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August.
A Penicuik High student is among an exclusive group of youngsters to be taking part in a special summer school in America.
Tickets are now on sale for the much-anticipated steam train journeys on the new Borders Railway line, heading through Midlothian from September.
Four Midlothian parks have been presented with a Green Flag Award this year in recognition of their high standards and quality outdoor space.
Ruth Aird from Black Diamond FM’s ‘Heart of the Matter’ programme caught up with Cathy Madavan and Diane Louise Jordan during their visit to Scotland.
Children at Bright Sparks playgroup in Bonnyrigg can look forward to a summer playing in their newly landscaped garden.
An artist’s work in memory of his great grandfather killed in World War One has ‘come home’ as part of a tour of Midlothian’s libraries.
Police in Midlothian are urging the public to be vigilant for a phone scam following an incident reported in Gorebridge.
The future of long-established Loanhead confectionary firm Ross’s of Edinburgh has been secured with the arrival of a new owner.
A young mother has spoken of her shock after a man tried to force his way into her car while she was driving along a country road late at night.
A NOTORIOUS serial rapist with 76 convictions died from an apparent accidental overdose in jail, it has emerged.
A notorious serial rapist from Dalkeith with 76 convictions died from an apparent accidental overdose in jail, an inquest has ruled.
Young indie rock band the Carvelles release their debut single Walk Away on Saturday, less than six months since the band formed.
Emily Court Retirement Housing Complex in Gorebridge recently celebrated its 25th anniversary by having a dinner for all the tenants and volunteers.