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A MUM has hit out after her autistic son was allegedly picked on while he was volunteering at an East Lothian primary school – leading to a five-week stay in a psychiatric hospital.
17 Apr 2014 13:30 • Cameron Ritchie
17 Apr 2014 11:30 • Joel Sked
FOR one Preston Lodge rugby player, Saturday's National Shield final will be a special day, even though he will not take to the pitch at Broadwood Stadium against Caithness.
17 Apr 2014 10:00 • Marie Sharp
EAST Lothian Council is expected to approve new traffic regulations allowing it to charge visitors to coastal car parks in the county next week.
16 Apr 2014 13:30 • Joel Sked
THE long-running saga surrounding proposed housing at Ferrygate – already rejected by East Lothian Council and the Scottish Government – has taken a fresh twist after Miller Homes put forward new proposals for planning permission in principle.
CHARLES Dickens is at the heart of a new novel penned by an East Lothian author.
PUPILS from Law Primary School presented a Second World War exhibit last weekend after delving into their families’ and the county’s past.
DUNBAR is getting ready to say ‘cheers’ to its favourite son – in more ways than one!
COUNTY Provost Ludovic Broun-Lindsay has hosted a civic reception to mark the opening of youth football club Musselburgh Windsor’s Diamond Jubilee exhibition in Musselburgh Museum.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a 14-year-old schoolboy who died in his sleep in the early hours of Monday morning.
EAST Lothian will have its first highly skilled Ambulance Paramedic Practitioners (APPs) based in the county, at the new state-of-the art Prestonpans station.
17 Apr 2014 11:20 • Joel Sked
PRESTON Lodge Rugby Club are on the cusp of adding the National Shield to what has already been a near-perfect season when they face Caithness RFC at Broadwood Stadium on Saturday, kick-off 1.15pm.
17 Apr 2014 11:10
MUSSELBURGH Athletic returned to competitive action a fortnight on from their disappointing home defeat by Armadale Thistle with a tricky fixture against Lochee United, again at Olive Bank.
17 Apr 2014 11:07
HADDINGTON Athletic hadn’t participated in a cup quarter final since losing 2-0 at Camelon in the League Cup back in September 2006, but an unlikely late comeback at Livingston United seven weeks earlier in the second round and a third round drubbing of Dundonald Bluebell saw them pitted against Superleague outfit Kelty Hearts at Millfield on Saturday to contest a Fife & Lothians Cup semi-final spot.
17 Apr 2014 11:04
DUNBAR United's penultimate home fixture of 2013/14 saw Blackburn United visit New Countess Park on Saturday, desperate for the victory which could pave the way for their promotion to the Premier League.
17 Apr 2014 15:30
The south-eastern corner of East Lothian has a quiet, timeless feel to it.
17 Apr 2014 15:00
I want to thank the cancer unit in the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh, in particular all the staff in L7.
14 Apr 2014 15:30
AS SOMEONE who enjoys travelling, I am used to getting itchy feet at this time of year, planning the next trip and trying to fit my travel plans around all my work commitments.
14 Apr 2014 09:01
I am writing on behalf of the ‘Save Ormi Park’ campaign.
17 Apr 2014 14:50
ONE of East Lothian’s most famous sons is soon to be recognised with his very own 134-mile path – and to accompany its opening in Dunbar, East Lothian plays a major role in the John Muir Festival.
17 Apr 2014 14:45
WITH The Brunton in Musselburgh heavily involved in the John Muir Festival, presenting its John Muir Film Festival, there are only two events scheduled outwith the celebration of the naturalist.
17 Apr 2014 14:40
AFTER launching last week, the John Muir Film Festival at The Brunton in Musselburgh continues apace with a quartet of films.