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Reduce your risk of cancer – and watch for signs and symptoms

Health
Councillor Derek Milligan outside Midlothian House in Dalkeith

Labour anger at SNP over “confidential” Midlothian Council administration talks press leak

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Ashok Ram, who has won Curry Chef of The Year at The Scottish Curry Awards. He cooks at The Radhuni in Loanhead.

Loanhead restaurant’s head chef picks up national prize

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Danielle Rowley MP attends APPG on Epilepsy event in Parliament on Purple Day

Midlothian MP turns purple for epilepsy event

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Midlothian family is university challenged

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Britain’s Most Wanted list: sexual crimes

Crime

Village trying to find its rhythm with a new samba band

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Driving up local charity funds

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Leeds band Kaiser Chiefs.

Kaiser Chiefs predict a great new music festival in Dalkeith

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A train pulling into Newtongrange Train Station.

Railway extension remains on the table

Transport

Railway extension remains on the table

Transport
The Forth Bridge (Pic: Jane Barlow)

Disused railway tunnel at Forth Bridge filled in

Transport
A train passing through Newtongrange on the Borders Railway.

Railway figures welcomed

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Adam Montgomery

Rail-ly nice tribute planned

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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

Transport

Britain’s Most Wanted list: sexual crimes

Crime
Police Scotland

Appeal after bikes stolen during Penicuik housebreakings

Crime
Midlothian House, the main office for Midlothian Council, Buccleuch Street, Dalkeith

Fraud investigation at Midlothian Council

Crime
Sheep Worrying campaign launched at Flotterstone. . Paula Newton (National Heritage Officer), Eileen Nicolson (NHO volunteer)

Sheep warning to dog owners

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Midlothian family is university challenged

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L to R: Dylan Waugh, Heather Ramsay, Sean McGill, Andrew Muir and Eli-Anna Allan sifted through artefacts including old notebooks, artwork and sports shields, to help choose items to display.

Remembering your
Newbattle school days

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Four of the S3 students who are part of the Geography classes who helped to create 10 backpacks for the Backpack Project run by Mary's Meals

Pupils pack their bags for charity

Education
Chapter One Childcare staff, The Country Park Nursery and Treetops Outdoor Nursery.

Shout it from the treetops

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Gore Glen pupils Tyler Sim and Kayln McNeice (both P3 children) at the Glen.

Pupils tackle litter and journalism

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Railway extension remains on the table

Transport
The Forth Bridge (Pic: Jane Barlow)

Disused railway tunnel at Forth Bridge filled in

Transport
The event will take place at Loanhead Library, in Loanhead Centre 5/3/18

Have you been thinking of flying solo?

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A train passing through Newtongrange on the Borders Railway.

Railway figures welcomed

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Labour anger at SNP over “confidential” Midlothian Council administration talks press leak

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The SNP celebrate with Cllr Joe Wallace (centre)

SNP back on top but not in control at Midlothian Council

Politics
Midlothian Council Debating chamber at Midlothian House, Buccleuch St in Dalkeith

By-election vote takes place today

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Danielle Rowley MP

Local MP calls for younger voter equality across the UK

Politics

Gorebridge spring clean

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Loanhead to Lasswade cycle path

Time running out to have your say on local green network

Environment
The abandoned Rosslynlee Hospital, pictured last year.

New village planned at former hospital

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Photo shows from left: Graham Rankine (gamekeeper, Whitburgh Farms), Alastair Salvesen (owner, Whitburgh Farms), Dave Parish (GWCT) and Ross MacLeod (GWCT).'Photo credit: Keith Cowieson

Big bird count at local farm

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Reduce your risk of cancer – and watch for signs and symptoms

Health
WFI Members placing a box in Newtongrange library.  (left to right, Paula Cuccurullo, Ellen Scott, Jennifer Volk, Cllr Catherine Johnstone, Mary Macfarlane)

Local purple box campaign launched

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Business card...has been created as part of FEAT's upcoming fifth anniversary in May, highlighting the sepsis warning signs people should be aware of.

Video: Sepsis - 20 second-long video could save your life

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Youngsters to help shape mental health services in Midlothian

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One of the organisations supporting the campaign is St John Scotland, which also provides CPR training to groups across the country. Volunteer Andrew Robertson is pictured delivering a training session.

Would you know how to save someone who has a cardiac arrest?

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