Ex-striker on Wright road
Football: Midlothian teams chase silverware
Win an overnight stay and meal for two!
Woodburn pupils get books boost
Support Penicuik principals
The journey to the final frontier
Wind farm meeting cancelled
A suggestion to bring trams to Midlothian has provoked a mixed reaction in the county.
Former Hibs and Scotland striker Keith Wright became a trainee road worker for a day to highlight the benefits of working as an apprentice.
Children in Midlothian are set to take part in the country’s biggest book swap when thousands of youngsters exchange their favourite stories with friends in an initiative from Edinburgh International Book Festival sponsor ScottishPower.
Woodburn Primary School Nursery have received a donation from a local councillor to buy books.
A church near Pathhead has become the latest victim of lead theft in the county, after its roof was stripped twice in a fortnight.
PENICUIK will soon be bursting with festive fervour when its eagerly-anticipated summer festival gets under way.
Many congratulations to Alan Miller’s Newtongrange Star who have won the Premier League title following Ballingry’s defeat on Saturday.
Newtongrange Star discovered they had won the Premier League last Saturday, just as they began a cup-tie penalty shoot out.
City of Edinburgh Trampoline Club, in partnership with Midlothian Council, hosted the Midlothian Schools Trampoline Competition at Lasswade High School recently.
This Saturday sees Newtongrange Star at home to Super League’s Lochee United in the third round of the East of Scotland Cup.
ESKBANK fencer Katie Smith has been earmarked as a future British Olympian after being chosen to be part of the Bank of Scotland Local Heroes initiative.
On Saturday Newtongrange Star contest the League Cup final against newly-crowned Super League champions Linlithgow Rose.
To celebrate our new look Advertiser, we’ve teamed up with The Elphinstone Hotel to offer readers the chance to win a fantastic meal for two and a room for the night with breakfast.
In the captain’s log from the 1960s TV series, James Tiberius Kirk brazenly split an infinitive as the crew of the Enterprise embarked on a five-year mission “to boldly go where no man has gone before”.
What’s It All About? Apart from making tea, driving Lisbon (Robin Tunney) crazy, and outing murderers with clever mind games, Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) has spent the past five series doing little else, but hunting for Red John. Now the California Bureau of Investigation’s most unusual independent consultant narrows down the list of people who could be the serial killer to seven suspects. However, the man who murdered his wife and daughter strikes again, and Jane is dealt another blow when he discovers the victim is linked to Jane’s past.
In a world where music’s as much about how it sounds as the story accompanying it, Seasick Steve seemed too good to be true at first.
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Weather for Dalkeith
Saturday 18 May 2013
Temperature: 9 C to 13 C
Wind Speed: 18 mph
Wind direction: North east
Temperature: 9 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 8 mph
Wind direction: North east