POLICE are hunting a man who indecently exposed himself to a woman in Penicuik.
Midlothian residents whose first language is not English are being offered the chance to improve their skills.
MIDLOTHIAN South MSP Christine Grahame has welcomed news that plans to merge two secondary schools on separate sites have been dropped by the council.
Midlothian council leader Derek Milligan has challenged comments by local MSP Colin Beattie over the closure of Woodburn Community Nursery, claiming he voted for the move in his capacity as an SNP councillor.
A LASER gaming centre could be created opposite a garden centre in the Lothians under new plans submitted to council chiefs.
Colin Beattie, the Midlothian North and Musselburgh MSP, has criticised Midlothian Council for voting through the closure of Woodburn Community Nursery, resulting in the loss of jobs and disruption to services.
A SERIES of summer business workshops aimed at helping entrepreneurs are set to be held in Midlothian.
ANGRY residents held a march in Midlothian yesterday to demand a suitable replacement for the closing Dalkeith Community Centre.
Midlothian Council has thanked everybody who took part in the recent consultation on the future of secondary education in Penicuik.
THE Midlothian annual Schools' Art Exhibition will take place later this month.
Midlothian Council has approved new planning guidelines for consultation on the development of the former Dalkeith High School site.
Police in Midlothian are appealing for help in tracing a car stolen during a housebreaking in Dalkeith.
Boundary changes add interest to a constituency with a falling majority, says Ian Swanson
NEW security measures have been installed at a park-and-ride site that was used as a camp site by gypsy travellers.
A CHILD protection body has released thousands of bookmarks advising youngsters on what to do if they or someone they know is suffering neglect or abuse.
THE parents of an avid Rangers fan who died suddenly from swine flu have told how their plans for an all-blue commemorative bench in his memory were vetoed by council chiefs.
A DEVELOPER is seeking permission to build two single-storey houses.
THOUSANDS of Edinburgh youngsters are to be given the chance to learn to ski as part of a cash injection for the struggling Hillend snowsports centre.