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Praise for Midlothian members of the Children’s Panel

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The Scottish Government has plans to deliver 50,000 affordable homes by 2021.

Council receives £25m for new Midlothian homes

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Manager Jacqueline Elliot says goodbye to some of her young customers at Newtongrange Library.

Change of scene for library manager

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Can you help a local support group?

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Loanhead pet store’s appeal to creative youngsters

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Wonderful woodland winners honoured

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Record breaking year for Royal Highland Show

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The Scottish Parliament's debating chamber.

Safety of Scotland’s high rise homes to be examined

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Craft Butcher Awards presentations - Hunters of Kinross receive their awards, pictured back from left, Tom Lawn of Scobies Direct, Frank Mitchell, Pamela Hunter, Liz Herkes, Judith Johnston from Lucas and Archie Hall from Dalziel.
Front from left, Conner Stewart, Iain Hunter and David Winton. Photo: Graeme Hart, Perthshire Picture Agency.

Pathhead butcher celebrates awards’ landslide

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Fight night at Eashouses Miners Club

Major night of entertainment for Midlothian boxing fans

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Youngsters play on Hampden turf

Football

Super League shortfall sways in favour for Newtongrange

Football

New football facility for Dalkeith CFC

Football

Midlothian young swimmers to the fore

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Richard Ayoade is the new host

Start the fans please! Crystal Maze back on our screens this week

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Pathhead singer Iain Hunter.

Father and son are on song

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Adam is playing as part of Made in Scotland. Picture: Andy Bell

Made in Scotland showcase takes to the stage

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Was your best man the best?

Hunt is on for Britain’s best best man

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Prosecco Festival could be on its way to Scotland

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