- TRANENT: Tranent woman tells her inspiring life story
- SPORT: More badminton glory for county’s young starlets
- LETTERS: Safety must come before speed on our roads
- WHAT'S ON: Thursday, December 12 - Alberto Massimo at St Anne's Church
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9 Dec 2013 13:30 • Cameron Ritchie
A MUM whose weight spiralled to 32 stones has told how it was all down to a hidden tumour.
9 Dec 2013 11:30 • Joel Sked
A TRANENT woman who has cerebral palsy has put her life story into two books she hopes will inspire and help others affected by the condition.
9 Dec 2013 09:30 • Joel Sked
LEUCHIE House’s chief executive joined a number of famous Scots at Downing Street to mark St Andrew’s Day.
9 Dec 2013 09:00 • Cameron Ritchie
HE HAS been bitten and electrocuted at work – but that’s only on quiet days!
9 Dec 2013 07:00
WITH the Winter Olympics only two months away, The Fraser Centre in Tranent is getting in the mood with some‘Kurling’.
HADDINGTON Golf Club is celebrating on and off the greens after moving back into the black.
SANDCASTLE competitions, the swimming pool and the harbour pavilion are among the nostalgic North Berwick places and events to feature in a book celebrating 200 years of summer in the town.
THREE grieving county families have spoken of their beloved teenagers, whose lives were lost in a tragic car crash last week.
COMMENTS can be made on a potential sizeable expansion of Musselburgh, which could encompass new homes, businesses, education and community facilities, at a public exhibition on Tuesday.
MEMBERS of Tranent and Elphinstone Community Council fear overloaded police officers are being turned into “Robocops” and that there would be chaos on the town’s High Street if traffic wardens were removed.
HELP with snow clearance and placing sandbags, or providing catering and hot drinks in an emergency, are among ways that Cockenzie and Port Seton residents could be called on in future, during extreme weather or other emergency circumstances.
9 Dec 2013 10:30
YET more successes have been achieved by the county’s young badminton aces.
6 Dec 2013 15:00
THE men’s side from East Lothian Indoor Bowling Club bounced back to winning ways in the B section of the Scottish Premier League.
6 Dec 2013 10:30 • Joel Sked
A COUNTY snooker ace has regarded his first six months as a professional as the perfect learning curve as he aims to compete with the very best in the world.
5 Dec 2013 15:33
MUSSELBURGH have made something of a habit of prolonged participation in the Scottish Junior Cup since the turn of the 21st century, and having been held by Deveronside in Banff a fortnight ago they went into Saturday’s replay determined to seal their fourth-round place.
I am alarmed by the letter regarding the lorries on the Drem road (‘Drem road will become a death trap very soon’, November 29) and about the apparent agreement to divert that traffic onto the narrow road between Ballencrieff and Fenton Barns.
9 Dec 2013 09:02
9 Dec 2013 09:01
In response to the letter in last week’s edition about the Drem road becoming a death trap, the maximum speed for an HGV on this road is 40mph and, as you stated, it was cold and dark, so they maybe were driving to the conditions as they saw them.
9 Dec 2013 09:00
We noted with interest the comments from Longniddry Community Council (‘Process did not engage with Longniddry’, letters, November 29) and would like to take this opportunity to respond.
6 Dec 2013 12:00
Last week I got a text from one of the credit card companies that I unfortunately owe money to. Like many people I have credit card debts which haunt me every month and which I struggle to reduce.
MAESTRO Alberto Massimo will be giving the second of two piano recitals of light music and well-known classics at 2pm in St Anne’s Church, Dunbar.
9 Dec 2013 09:05
9 Dec 2013 09:04
LEARN to make Christmas crafts at the Port Seton Centre.
9 Dec 2013 09:02
MUSSELBURGH Floral Art Club hosts a festive evening with Jane Gordon and her ‘Countdown to Christmas’ demonstration.