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Images released following theft

Police in Midlothian are appealing for witnesses following a distraction theft in Dalkeith involving an 81-year-old woman.

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Police Scotland

Police appeal following robbery

Police are appealing for witnesses following a robbery in Loanhead.

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Millions of pounds stolen through cyber enabled crime in Scotland

Millions of pounds stolen through cyber enabled crime in Scotland

Police Scotland is warning the public to be alert after businesses and individuals across the country were scammed out of millions of pounds.

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Bonnyrigg Rose v Beith Juniors.''Bonnyrigg in red/white, Beith in black/white.'Bonnyrigg's Ross Gray battling through the defence

Bonnyrigg Rose 1-2 Beith: Rose crash out of Scottish Cup

Two goals in the last five minutes saw Bonnyrigg Rose crash out of the Scottish Junior Cup in a 2-1 defeat to Beith Juniors.

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Lasswade 47-5 West of Scotland, Andy Bell (picture: Susan Shanks)

Lasswade 47-5 West of Scotland

West are struggling this season and travelled to Lasswade with just five wins from their fifteen games.

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Blackburn Utd 2-2 Arniston Rangers: Arne concede last-gasp equaliser

Blackburn Utd 2-2 Arniston Rangers: Arne concede last-gasp equaliser

Arniston Rangers were left deflated as an injury-time equaliser denied a deserved victory against Blackburn United at New Murrayfield Park last Saturday.

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Newtongrange Star 1-2 Broxburn: Star denied at the death

Newtongrange Star 1-2 Broxburn: Star denied at the death

Newtongrange Star’s miserable run continued as they went down to a last-gasp goal in a 2-1 defeat against in-form Broxburn Athletic.

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Provost Adam Montgomery, who passed away last month aged 67.

Candidates revealed for council by-election

The candidates for the forthcoming Penicuik by-election to replace Provost Adam Montgomery, who died last month, has been revealed.

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The staff at Newbyres Care Village in Gorebridge.

Care home turnaround

Newbyres Care Village in Gorebridge has completed a remarkable turnaround with a five star Care Inspectorate report published last week.

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Penicuik 1-1 Hill of Beath (picture: Jim Dick)

Penicuik Ath 1-1 Hill of Beath: Cuikie held to stalemate

Penicuik Athletic failed to capitalise on leaders Bonnyrigg Rose’s inactivity in the Superleague as they were held to a 1-1 draw with Hill of Beath.

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Additional carriages will be added to train services on Saturday for the rugby.  Picture: Michael Gillen.

Additional train carriages for Scotland v England rugby

Extra carriages are to be added to train services for rugby fans travelling to Scotland’s sell-out Six Nations game at BT Murrayfield this weekend.

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Head coach and GB DMTsquad coach, Lauren Jeffrey with senior gymnast Caitlin O'Brien (picture: Claire Laurenson)

Caitlin O’Brien targets senior GB team after World Age Group success

A Midlothian trampolinist will be up against the best British gymnastics has to offer when she goes down for the national trials this weekend.

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Stock image: John Devlin

Ten days left to use old paper notes

You only have until next week to use your paper £5 and £10 notes.

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Midlothian Swimming Club Championships award presentations Caledonian Crosland, Chloe Barron, Aimee Bell (picture: Raymond Keith)

Swimming: Midlothian club success

There has been a lot to celebrate recently at Midlothian swimming club with the swimmers competing at the third and final round of the East District competition.

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Business break-ins arrest

Business break-ins arrest

Police Scotland has confirmed that a 26-year-old man has been arrested and charged following a series of break-ins and attempted break-ins to businesses in the Penicuik area.

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Dalkeith councillor Margot Russell (Lab)

Depute takes on provost role for now

Midlothian’s depute provost Margot Russell will take over the provost’s role temporarily following the sudden death of Councillor Adam Montgomery.

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Amy McLaughlin, from Midlothian, is 11 and was diagnosed with'tinnitus at just eight years old. Here, her mum Angela Marshall, explains the impact living with tinnitus has had on Amy, a pupil at St Lukes R.C Primary School in Dalkeith, and their family life.

Tinnitus hits at all ages

This year the British Tinnitus Association (BTA) marked Tinnitus Week by looking at how children and young people are affected by the condition.

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Launch of CALA Homes Bursary scheme 2018. L-R; Dave Stanbrook (CALA - Senior Sales Manager), Rebecca Perry (CALA - Group CSR Manager), Lewis Hailstone (CALA - Apprentice Site Manager), MAria Aspinal (CALA - Sales Consultant).

Local causes to benefit from new project

Local charities, schools and good causes across Midlothian could receive a share of £10,000 thanks to a new bursary initiative.

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Claire Scott, Community Chairperson and Services Manager Emma Duncan, at Tesco Hardengreen.

Local groups bag support

Local groups among the 10,000 projects to have now benefited for Tesco’s Bags of Help project have revealed the difference it has made.

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The Lothian Bus service number 40 at Hardengreen Tesco, Dalkeith

Bus stop taken off route

One of the most popular stops on one of the few cross-Midlothian bus routes is to be dropped when the service switches to a different operator later this month.

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