Published on 4 Dec 2017
Newbattle High School has become the 4th in Midlothian to be awarded a Cycle Friendly Secondary School Award
Published on 23 Oct 2017
Illegal fireworks worth more than £1,500, including three feet long rockets, have been found abandoned in a wheelie bin on a Midlothian industrial estate.
Published on 6 Jul 2017
Residents urged to adopt flower beds
Published on 4 Jul 2017
Update regarding work on Ironmills steps
Published on 15 Jun 2017
Midlothian Council’s planning committee has approved plans to extend Edinburgh Technopole, the science park at the Bush House Estate near Penicuik.
Published on 28 Feb 2017
At Tuesday’s cabinet meeting, councillors heard that in 2011/12, the council received 290 complaints about dog fouling. By 31 March 2015, the numbers were down 60% to 115.
Published on 15 Dec 2016
Work is now underway to build a new state-of-the-art energy-from-waste plant serving Edinburgh and Midlothian.
Published on 7 Dec 2016
Midlothian Council and Police Scotland are warning local residents against buying fish from rogue traders, following the arrest of five men in Bonnyrigg yesterday, Tuesday 6th December.
Published on 12 Oct 2016
Midlothian Council has exceeded its target of cutting carbon emissions, a major cause of global warming.
Published on 11 Oct 2016
Two trees which date from the time of Mary Queen of Scots will hopefully be around for hundreds of more years thanks to a partnership conservation project.
Published on 6 Oct 2016
The contract to build a state-of-the-art energy-from-waste plant for Edinburgh and Midlothian was signed today with environmental services company FCC Medio Ambiente SA.
Published on 29 Sep 2016
Work to tackle the landslip at Ironmills steps in Dalkeith is underway.
Published on 1 Sep 2016
Midlothian Council can confirm a fire happened at a private domestic premises on Bonnyrigg High Street on Wednesday (31 August 2016) which resulted in the release of asbestos material.
Published on 1 Aug 2016
The new hanging baskets in Penicuik town centre look blooming marvellous and the number will double – thanks to help from Penicuik First.
Published on 6 Jul 2016
Midlothian Community Hospital Garden has grown into a big success story – thanks to funding provided by the Tyne Esk LEADER.
Published on 3 Jun 2016
The council is warning local residents that the landslip, which prompted the steps from Cemetery Road to Ironmills Park, Dalkeith, to close has worsened significantly.
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