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Andrea Wood at the Scottish Health Awards 2017

Physio scoops top NHS award

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Rosslyn chapel

Banish the winter blues with a new Midlothian festival

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Midlothian Remembers

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Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Education

Woman jailed for supplying drugs

Crime

Councillors seek paternity cover assurances from COSLA

Politics

Plans submitted for new filling station

Business
Board members:Neville Suttle, Derek Rosie, Roger Kelly, and Martin Meteyard of The Storehouse.

Storehouse unveils survival strategy

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Call for help to implement local plan

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Weekend delays expected on Queensferry Crossing – but speed limit to rise on Monday

Transport
A train bound for Edinburgh Waverley pulls into Newtongrange Station.

More calls for Borders Railway extension

Transport
The Bridge will reopen. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Revealed: Forth Road Bridge reopening date

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Sections of the track are to be renewed on the Borders Railway.

Disruption expected on Borders Railway

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Woman jailed for supplying drugs

Crime

Several youth disturbance calls

Crime

Man arrested following thefts in Penicuik

Crime
Former Bonnyrigg Rose player Shaun Woodburn.

Heartbroken mum of Rose star left numb by killer’s sentence

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Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Education
Does your school have a budding Dickens who could write the next Christmas classic?

Prizes on offer for new Christmas classic

Education
Staff and pupils at Saltersgate School in Dalkeith.

Saltersgate set for playground upgrade

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Newtongrange pupil Bibi Read-Martin at Jupiter Artland.

Pupils take a trip to Jupiter to study art

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Library staff member Stephen Harris supporting a child at a coding class in Loanhead Library

Midlothian youngsters learn to crack the jobs code

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Plans submitted for new filling station

Business
Board members:Neville Suttle, Derek Rosie, Roger Kelly, and Martin Meteyard of The Storehouse.

Storehouse unveils survival strategy

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Left to right, Phil Bowen, John Hackett and Tom Donaldson of One Dalkeith with Midlothian Councils cabinet member for economic development, Cllr Russell Imrie.

Business district plans a step closer

Business
The speed limit on the bridge will rise on Monday (Pic by Ed Fraser)

Weekend delays expected on Queensferry Crossing – but speed limit to rise on Monday

Transport

Councillors seek paternity cover assurances from COSLA

Politics

Call for help to implement local plan

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Conservative group leader Pauline Winchester

Tory proposals to save money rejected

Politics
Midlothian service users hand over joint trades union petition to Council leader, councillor Derek Milligan outside the Scottish Parliament.

Council leader’s cash call falls on deaf ears

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Councillor Derek Milligan outside Midlothian House in Dalkeith.

Services to be cut in half?

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Environmental group goes on the road

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The elusive Canary Shouldered Thorn moth

Country Corner - A fleeting encounter with a true supermodel

Environment

Period poverty division

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Sandra Brown with her award.

Volunteer honoured with award

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Care Workers

Council contract provides new local care worker roles

Health
Highbank Care Home at Eskbank celebrating their 30th birthday for Midlothian Advertiser

Happy birthday Highbank

Health
Danielle Rowley MP at Dalkeith Medical Centre.

Are Midlothian’s GP practices due for a check-up?

Health