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- WHAT'S ON: Monday, December 9 - Jumps meeting at Musselburgh Racecourse
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6 Dec 2013 11:30 • Joel Sked
NORTH Berwick’s firefighters could get an early Christmas present with a return to their station, now rebuilt after being gutted in a blaze last year.
6 Dec 2013 09:30 • Joel Sked
A LORRY carrying propane gas cylinders turned into a “fireball” in Prestonpans last Thursday.
6 Dec 2013 09:00 • Joel Sked
GULLANE Area Community Council is under new leadership after Alastair McIntosh retired from his role as chair of the group.
6 Dec 2013 07:00 • Joel Sked
A GULLANE woman has been named a Family Hero for Scotland after forming a children’s charity following the death of her daughter.
5 Dec 2013 13:30 • Esther Hutcheson
THREE grieving county families have spoken of their beloved teenagers, whose lives were lost in a tragic car crash last week.
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.
HEALTH and Safety officials could be called in to help deal with a “sewage” problem blighting sporting activities in Dunbar.
GLOBAL citizenship learning with a difference has been taking place at Campie Primary School, with children hearing of refugee life from a Burmese teacher.
AN EVENT held in Tranent as part of this year’s UK Parliament Week debated women’s involvement in politics.
THE stars of Cockenzie and Port Seton Gala Day 2014 have been announced, following a lottery-style draw this month in Port Seton Community Centre.
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.
5 Dec 2013 15:32
THE Hi Hi wrapped up what had proved a satisfactory November with a visit to Foresters Park on Saturday, aiming to extend their unbeaten run to seven games and consolidate their position in the South Division table.
5 Dec 2013 15:31
SEVEN days on from their excellent Scottish Junior Cup victory over Arthurlie, the Seasiders returned to the bread and butter of South Division football and a challenging fixture away at Whitburn, who had recorded a 3-1 win at Tranent the previous week.
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.
6 Dec 2013 12:00
5 Dec 2013 13:58
Following the unbearably sad loss of three young lives in East Lothian recently, can we hope that those who allocate funds for road management will urgently address the need for improvements in road marking.
5 Dec 2013 13:56
Your recent story on the housing development at Dovecot Farm outside Haddington (‘200 houses set to get the green light’, November 22) – and two of your readers’ letters – highlight the enormous challenges facing East Lothian Council in keeping control of housing development around the town.
2 Dec 2013 09:01
How many of you have noticed the ever-increasing amount of traffic using the Drem road during the morning rush hours and beyond?
A JUMPS meeting is held at Musselburgh Racecourse.
5 Dec 2013 15:12
5 Dec 2013 15:11
ST ANNE’S Church, Dunbar, is holding its fifth talk in the ‘On Being...’ series at 6pm.
5 Dec 2013 15:10
GARLETON Singers’ Christmas concert takes place in St Mary’s Parish Church, Haddington, 6.30pm, including music by Poulenc and Cecilia McDowell.