Royal Highland Fusiliers welcomed home from Kabul

EMOTIONS ran high as the safe return home of 400 soldiers was celebrated by family, friends and proud residents.

Lorna Bramley. Picture: Greg Macvean

Lyme disease: ‘Tick bite has given me a terrible life sentence’

A TICK bite on holiday 20 years ago has made life a misery for mother-of-two Lorna Bramley.

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Sandy and Patricia Shirras have been married for 60 years. Picture: supplied

Pat and Sandy Shirras celebrate 60th wedding anniversary

A COUPLE who worked in Midlothian schools for many years last week celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary.

File picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Police seeking help to solve Moorfoot Farm robbery

POLICE in Midlothian are appealing for witnesses after a break-in at a farm on Friday afternoon.

Lesley Anderson with her ComforTEDs and new machine. Picture: Gordon Fraser

ComforTEDs project for bereaved parents boosted by US donation

A BIG-HEARTED woman who handmakes small teddy bears for bereaved families has been overwhelmed by the generosity of an American company.

Kerry Wilson and William Brown. Picture: Alan Wilson

Penicuik’s Hunter and Lass ready for gala day

PENICUIK’S new Hunter and Lass have revealed their excitement about their upcoming roles in the town festival’s 80th anniversary.

Connie, 7, Shania, 3, and Zara Stenhouse, 5, get geared up for Hampden. Picture: Greg Macvean

Green and white army is on the march from Kabul to Easter Rd

FROM the far reaches of eastern Afghanistan to the tenements of Easter Road, Hibs fans are preparing to cheer on their heroes to League Cup final glory at Hampden tomorrow.

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