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- BOWLS: Bowlers win to boost top division survival bid
- LETTERS: Police who came to our aid did a superb job
- WHAT'S ON: Project managers need proper goals
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A PUBLICATION looking at the 284 people from Dunbar and surrounding villages killed during the First World War is to be unveiled.
24 Nov 2014 07:00 • Cameron Ritchie
23 Nov 2014 13:00 • Gavin Harper
Four of the world’s top rugby stars enjoyed a day out in the county as part of their preparations for the international match in Edinburgh on Saturday.
23 Nov 2014 11:00 • Marie Sharp
A LACK of resources could put children’s lives at risk, according to a new report on child services in East Lothian.
23 Nov 2014 09:00 • Cameron Ritchie
A POLE designed to encourage people to think about world peace has been erected outside a Dunbar church.
22 Nov 2014 13:00
THE return of rail travel via East Linton is closer to reality after services for the stop were ‘written in’ to the next ScotRail franchise.
A NINETY-two-year-old man who sailed in the Arctic Convoys during the Second World War, ensuring aid was delivered to the Soviet Union, has spoken of his pride at being honoured by the Russian Government for his bravery.
Plans to introduce specially-adapted wheelchairs on the beaches of North Berwick were supported by the town’s community council last week.
ATTEMPTS could be made to hide “a hideous” sewage pipe on an award-winning beach.
A FORMER deputy headteacher in East Lothian is returning to the county to take charge at Musselburgh Grammar School.
AN Army Reserve Lance Corporal is doing his bit to encourage others to sign up.
Almost four out of five residents in Cockenzie and Port Seton have signed a petition calling on the Scottish Government to stop Scottish Enterprise from building a massive energy park in their community.
21 Nov 2014 15:30
East Lothian Indoor Bowling Club’s gents’ side enhanced their prospects of holding on to their Scottish Premier League status with a fantastic away victory over Ardrossan, beating the Ayrshire side by 18 shots (87-69) in a tasty encounter on Saturday.
21 Nov 2014 13:09
What on paper looked like a very difficult cup tie for Musselburgh on Saturday, against a strong Peebles team from the division above them, was made to look ridiculously easy by a magnificent performance by the home in the late autumn sunshine at Stoneyhill.
21 Nov 2014 13:08
The final score from Saturday’s clash in the second round of the BT Cup shows a win in favour of the side two divisions higher in the leagues.
21 Nov 2014 13:07
Dunbar eventually managed to kick off their first outing in the Edinburgh Shield competition, after two matches being conceded, setting up an all-East Lothian final against near-neighbours North Berwick.
I would like to thank the two police officers who attended to my roadside assistance after my car broke down in Belhaven late Thursday afternoon (November 6).
21 Nov 2014 14:18
20 Nov 2014 15:30
I will always remember the moment I discovered Blind Harry. It was more than 30 years ago but seems like yesterday.
18 Nov 2014 12:30
SOME say – and you might feel a bit this way yourself – that while most people are spiritual, many prefer not to be religious. . . or so the legend has it!
17 Nov 2014 12:30
With the festive period approaching, I would like to remind all drivers that as of midnight on Friday, December 5, new legislation will come into force reducing the drink-drive limit in Scotland.
When a project manager fails to set definite objectives it becomes almost impossible to steer a plan to anywhere near fruition, far less actual success.
17 Nov 2014 15:48
17 Nov 2014 09:06
MEMBERS of the public will get the chance to have their say on East Lothian Council’s Main Issues Report (MIR).
17 Nov 2014 09:05
At Haddington’s History Society’s meeting at 7.30pm in the Town House, Haddington, Dr Andrew Coulson, chairman of Musselburgh Conservation Society, will give a talk on the Battle of Pinkie Cleugh.