- PRESTONPANS, COCKENZIE & PORT SETON: Work under way to make secure dilapidated Harlaw Hill House
- BOWLS: Exciting match-ups to start outdoor bowling season
- COLUMNISTS: Rev Laurence Twaddle: The magic of the lochs and glens... an experience good for the soul
- WHAT'S ON: What's On at Dunbar SciFest 2015
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27 Apr 2015 11:30 • Cameron Ritchie
VISITORS to a Dunbar museum have increased by nearly 25 per cent since the new John Muir Way was opened one year ago.
27 Apr 2015 09:30 • Marie Sharp
WORK on category A-listed Harlaw Hill House, in Prestonpans, is finally under way after the elderly owner was moved out of the property.
27 Apr 2015 09:00 • Cameron Ritchie
A SUPERMARKET expected to create up to 250 jobs, earmarked for the outskirts of Haddington, is no closer to being built – despite an access road being created.
27 Apr 2015 07:00 • Cameron Ritchie
A MEETING to discuss the future of Haddington’s skate park takes place on Wednesday evening.
26 Apr 2015 13:00
The Scottish Coastal Rowing 2015 regatta season got off to a flying start at Port Seton last Saturday.
A NEW publication which looks at Haddington ‘then and now’, through the medium of photography, has been published.
A multi-storey car park and a park-and-ride facility have been suggested as solutions to long-standing problems in North Berwick town centre.
LAND on Dunbar’s south-east edge could be turned into a large housing scheme.
THE candidates for this year’s Honest Lad and Lass, who will lead the festivities at this year’s Musselburgh Festival, have been revealed as they prepare for their election campaign.
A FAMILY of avid listeners to Radio Saltire have popped into the Tranent studio after travelling nearly 11,000 miles from their Australian home.
A COUNCIL report on possible traffic-calming measures around Cockenzie Primary School will include banning vehicles from Osborne Terrace at peak times in its recommendations.
The competitive outdoor bowling season well and truly bursts into action tonight (Friday) as the opening fixtures in the East Lothian Leagues are staged around the length and breadth of the county.
24 Apr 2015 10:30
23 Apr 2015 17:00 • Gavin Harper
Musselburgh Athletic secured their place in the final of the Dyslexia Scotland Scottish Junior Cup with a dramatic 2-2 draw against Linlithgow Rose on Saturday, with a first leg win enough to send Burgh through 5-4 on aggregate.
23 Apr 2015 16:50 • Gavin Harper
Two stars of Musselburgh Athletic’s Scottish Junior Cup semi-final win were over the moon to have reached the club’s second final in five years.
23 Apr 2015 13:00 • Gavin Harper
Replacement Lewis Turner was the hero as his second half goal booked Musselburgh Athetic’s place in the Dyslexia Scotland Scottish Junior Cup final.
27 Apr 2015 12:30
I fell in love in March. I fell in love with the West of Scotland – Argyll in particular.
27 Apr 2015 09:01
I support the concerns of Councillor Stuart Currie, that allowing charging decisions to be made behind closed doors, affecting vulnerable groups, would lead to hikes in charges for people on fixed incomes.
27 Apr 2015 09:00
I am totally fed up writing to you about the proposed parking charges at our 10 local beach car parks.
24 Apr 2015 12:30
Well it is that time of year again when we pack away our winter coats and dig out the barbecue from the back of the shed. . . or have I spoken too soon!
6 Mar 2015 14:45
LIGHT will flood the sky in a breathtaking display at Dunbar SciFest 2015.
6 Mar 2015 14:38
MUSIC, theatre and film are among the highlights at The Brunton in Musselburgh.
6 Mar 2015 14:35
ST ANNE’S Church, Dunbar, will be holding its final talk in the “Caring For Our World” series at 6pm.