A dragon-like poplar hawkmoth perches on my finger.
More than a thousand children and parents or carers came along to ‘play more’ at Midlothian’s Playday recently, enjoying a fantastic day out.
Hundreds more homes and businesses in Midlothian are set to benefit from the arrival of high-speed fibre broadband – in the latest phase of the Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband programme.
Josh Bernard sent in this beautiful photo.
The countdown has started, soon the new Borders Railway will be up and running.
The newly-formed Penicuik Business Improvement District has received financial support towards collecting a new business levy.
Pupils across Midlothian returned to school last week to be congratulated by their teachers for some fabulous exam results.
The integration of health and social care in the county took a step closer when the Midlothian Integration Joint Board formally met last week.
Award-winning folk singer Siobhan Miller will be performing at Penfest’s festival concert in Penicuik Town Hall on September 12.
Domestic housebreakings have risen by almost 95 per cent in the last year, providng local police with a constant challenge.
Midlothian’s Labour councillors are demanding answers after claiming a council press release “clearly breached” election rules.
Calls for a fairer share of jobs and better transport links in the county has sparked debate on a perceived east- west split in Midlothian.
The National Trust for Scotland has invited Wendys from around the world to visit its property in Kirriemuir to sign a special visitors’ book.