Do you know your Pikachu from your Squirtle? If not, then the following might make no sense to you but if yes, then you could be addicted to Pokemon Go.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a hit and run collision over the weekend.
Some of Midlothian’s most historic sites have seen an increase in visitors due to the Pokémon Go craze which is sweeping the world.
A former director of a community centre and day nursery in Penicuik was jailed for four years at Edinburgh Sheriff Court last week.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a number of recent offences at schools in Loanhead and Roslin.
A Bonnyrigg woman who spends her spare time knitting breasts is keen to highlight the work of the charity she volunteers for.
Woolmet Colliery, near Danderhall, was owned by the Niddrie and Benhar Coal Company.
Last week five youngsters became the first pupils from Dalkeith High School to receive their Gold Awards at the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
Dalkeith councillor Margot Russell has spoken of her disappointment at failing to persuade Dalkeith Country Park to let locals in for free.
Midlothian needs a new class of representatives! It’s simply a fact that those who vote least, or not at all, are often the most disadvantaged groups in society, writes councillor Kelly Parry (SNP).
A new microbrewery aimed at putting Midlothian on the brewing map of Scotland was officially launched last week with big plans for the future.
Loanhead’s Stewart Brewing and VisitScotland have launched a new craft beer as the potential of the industry to tourism was revealed.
Midlothian Council will write to Westminster after agreeing one-off funding of £120,000 to pay for direct lets caused by welfare reforms.
Eve Warren from Bonnyrigg sent in this close-up photo of a bee.
Whatever the summer weather, there is no shortage of things to do in Midlothian over the next couple of months, writes Ian Gardner (Midlothian Tourism Forum).
Police have arrested and charged a woman following the discovery of Class A and B drugs in Dalkeith.
A litter-pick event will take place this weekend in Dalkeith in a bid to restore pride in the town centre ahead of the latest regeneration project.
Midlothian Advertiser tourism columnist Ian Gardner was just minutes away from being caught up in last week’s terror attack in Nice.