Emergencies, safety and crime news
Published on 29 Nov 2023
If you use a dog day care facility or send your dog for overnight boarding even occasionally, you should ask to see a copy of the current licence, advises Midlothian Council’s Environmental Health Ser
Published on 19 May 2023
Midlothian Council Trading Standards team issued fixed penalty notices to a shopkeeper and his employer for selling a nicotine-based ‘vape’ product to a young person under 18.
Published on 21 Nov 2022
The public are being warned of a national phone scam. The scam targets parents.
Published on 4 Oct 2022
Depute Provost Councillor Connor McManus has been appointed Midlothian Council’s White Ribbon Champion.
Published on 1 Jul 2022
There will be increased Police patrols in Bonnyrigg and Rosewell and along the route of the number 49 bus after an incident of anti-social behaviour last night. CCTV also installed.
Published on 25 Apr 2022
Midlothian Trading Standards are warning parents and carers about potential hazards to children associated with swallowing items such as button batteries.
Published on 1 Mar 2022
We want to help the people of Ukraine quickly which is why we want to support the British Red Cross who have opened the Ukraine Crisis Appeal.
Published on 14 Dec 2021
Councillors have agreed to replace 56 old CCTV cameras in and around town centres and to also buy additional wireless cameras that can be moved to antisocial behaviour and flytipping hotspots.
Published on 25 Nov 2021
Partners across Midlothian and East Lothian have joined forces to tackle gender-based violence as part of the worldwide campaign '16 days of Activism'.
National Adult Support and Protection Day 2021 – a message from Anne Neilson, Chair of East and Midlothian Public Protection Committee
Published on 19 Feb 2021
Saturday 20 February 2021 is National Adult Support and Protection Day. East and Midlothian Public Protection Office is using the day to focus on sexual harm.
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