- PRESTONPANS, COCKENZIE & PORT SETON: New appointment system at Cockenzie GPs’ surgery scrapped after two years
- BOWLS: Emma Brown storms into National Bowling Junior Singles semi-finals
- COLUMNISTS: Rev Laurence Twaddle: Special places, special feelings
- WHAT'S ON: What's On - Fireworks displays
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1 Nov 2014 11:00 • Cameron Ritchie
COUNCILLORS have hit out at Police Scotland over a lack of consultation over a previous decision which saw some officers on routine duties armed.
1 Nov 2014 09:00 • Marie Sharp
PATIENTS at an East Lothian doctors’ surgery will be able to pre-book appointments for the first time in two years after an unpopular ‘GP call-back’ system was scrapped.
31 Oct 2014 11:30 • Marie Sharp
EAST Lothian Council’s chief executive has described a loss of confidence in some quarters concerning the local authority’s handling of the future of the Cockenzie Power Station site as “regrettable”.
31 Oct 2014 09:30 • Marie Sharp
POLICE are hunting a bogus gardener who persuaded a pensioner and his elderly mother to hand over hundreds of pounds before disappearing.
31 Oct 2014 09:30 • Marie Sharp
A YOUNG boy with autism will take part in his first trick or treat adventure tonight (Friday) after dozens of people invited him to knock on their doors.
A LOVING mum has smashed her fundraising target by a massive £2,500.
MUM Chelsea Elder will hold two very special fancy dress parties next weekend in memory of her son, who died when he was just over an hour old.
AN OFFER has been made on a former three-storey hotel building on Dunbar High Street.
THE risk of flooding to homes in Musselburgh may be far higher than estimated, one of the town’s councillors has claimed.
A Tranent man is set to take a stand in memory of his late father.
PORT Seton teenager Anna McSorley has beaten off stiff competition to win a prestigious place in the National Youth Dance Company of Scotland.
31 Oct 2014 15:30
East Lothian Indoor Bowling Club star Emma Brown is already a major figure in the sport, with 12 full caps to her credit, and the pride of the Garden County was in great form again on Sunday, qualifying through to the last four of the National Ladies Junior Singles.
30 Oct 2014 15:30 • Gavin Harper
TRANENT-based Bronx Boxing Gym has enjoyed a hugely successful Scottish Novice Championships, on the back of one of the gym’s young starlets impressing for Scotland.
30 Oct 2014 12:06
HADDINGTON bounced back from defeat to Aberdeenshire to record a morale-boosting first win of the season, as they saw off fellow strugglers Greenock Wanderers at Neilson Park.
30 Oct 2014 12:05
An injury-hit Dunbar side bounced back from three consecutive defeats to beat Linlithgow at the weekend.
31 Oct 2014 12:30
I found myself in Harry’s Bar in Venice, recently – the way you do!
30 Oct 2014 15:30
Not far from the Abbey Bridge, just to the east of Haddington, there grows an ancient Sycamore tree.
30 Oct 2014 12:30
With the Hallowe’en and Guy Fawkes season approaching us fast, I thought I would take this opportunity to remind you all to make a particular effort to keep yourself and others safe during this time.
30 Oct 2014 11:35
I fully support Councillor Dave Berry’s suggestion (First bus labelled ‘belchers’, Courier, October 24) that one of the best ways of reducing traffic congestion in Musselburgh is to provide an upgraded diversionary route using the Electric Bridge which, even it if does require total replacement, would be well worth the investment.
30 Oct 2014 13:05
THERE are plenty of fireworks displays across the county over the coming days.
30 Oct 2014 13:00
KICKING things off at The Brunton in Musselburgh on Friday is Errol White’s Breathe.
30 Oct 2014 12:27
THE Bleachingfield Centre in Dunbar, opens a new art exhibition which runs until November 21.