A six year old girl can no longer visit her dad at the weekends as he claims the damp in his Dalkeith council flat is so bad it affects her asthma.
It’s hard to believe it has been six months since the opening of the Borders Railway, the most ambitious engineering project of its kind in a century, writes Provost Joe Wallace.
A campaign has been launched in Gorebridge to have a street named after the local man who helped catch child killer Robert Black.
A Loanhead-based removal company has done some flitting of its own – by relocating to bigger premises in Penicuik.
Midstock Festival has announced the first round of acts for this year’s event, offering something to suit every musical taste.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a housebreaking and theft in Dalkeith.
A host of Dalkeith groups are to share £40,000 to ensure the Coalfields Community Futures’ Five Year Action Plan gets off to a flying start.
The Big Hearts Community Trust is looking for more local families to attend its Kinship Care After School Club in the coming year.
Midlothian special needs charity Bright Sparks is looking forward to a brighter future after moving into its new home in Bonnyrigg.
A fishery owner has expressed his concerns that the recently overturned refusal of piling operations could destroy a local dam.
Doctor Alasdair Allan MSP (centre), Minister for Learning, Science and Scotland’s Languages, presented Scotland’s first ever Adult Achievement Awards at Newbattle Abbey College recently.
Pupils at St David’s Primary in Dalkeith are enjoying a new playground - provided by a huge effort from the school and the local community.
A Midlothian primary school headteacher is about to swap the classroom for the stage in the lead role of the latest musical at the King’s Theatre.