Toilet facilities made available for station users at North Berwick
5 Aug 2015 07:00 • Gavin Harper
Toilet facilities have been made available to users of North Berwick’s train station.
Haddington's French connection still golden
4 Aug 2015 13:30 • Cameron Ritchie
ALMOST 100 people have ventured from Haddington to France to mark a link between two towns stretching back 50 years.
Union flag is to take precedence over Saltire at Dunbar Town House
4 Aug 2015 11:30 • Cameron Ritchie
THE Saltire on Dunbar Town House will give way to other flags to mark special events, it has been decided.
New 20mph speed limit is rolled out in Muirpark area of Tranent
4 Aug 2015 09:30 • Gavin Harper
Long-awaited plans for reduced speed limits in the Muirpark area of Tranent are going ahead.
Theatre company seeking information on Prestonpans quartet who fought Franco
4 Aug 2015 09:00 • Marie Sharp
THE lives of four Prestonpans men who fought in the Spanish Civil War have inspired a new play which will tour next year.
Wonder Fools theatre company are producing 549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War, to mark the 80th anniversary of the start of the conflict.
MP’s pledge on French trip with community choir
4 Aug 2015 07:00
EAST Lothian MP George Kerevan has pledged to head to France with a local choir after praising the importance of international links.
A strong performance from Yule, ahead of European Championship
3 Aug 2015 10:30
Wallyford’s Commonwealth Games star Micky Yule finished fifth at the IPC Powerlifting Asian Open Championships in Kazakhstan earlier this week.
Strong performances from county swimmers at Scottish Summer Meet
31 Jul 2015 16:30
Members of East Lothian Swim Team were at the inaugural Scottish Summer Meet at the Royal Commonwealth Pool last weekend.
Scotland and Lions legend Jason White delighted to be at ‘great club’ North Berwick
30 Jul 2015 12:00 • Gavin Harper
Former Scotland rugby captain Jason White says he is excited by the prospect of taking over as head coach of North Berwick RFC.
Ex-Scotland captain Jason White is North Berwick Rugby Club's new coach
24 Jul 2015 10:30
A former Scotland captain and British and Irish Lion has taken over as North Berwick Rugby Club’s new head coach.
Knockout performance from Josh Taylor on professional boxing debut
23 Jul 2015 14:30 • Gavin Harper
There was delight for county boxing star Josh Taylor as he marked his professional debut with a knockout victory in America.
Rev Laurence Twaddle - Why live music is magical
31 Jul 2015 12:30
I was privileged to see Elton John in concert the other week, at a packed SSE Hydro in Glasgow. What a performance!
Tim's Tales - Sir Ralph's Cap
30 Jul 2015 15:30
Sometimes, a story leaps at me unexpectedly. Such was the case with the tale of a young English knight called Ralph Lenly.
Council must tackle the ‘flying rats’ epidemic
30 Jul 2015 12:00
When, oh when, will East Lothian Council get to grips with the problem of seagulls which blight the summer season when you take advantage of the sun and outdoor life?
Mairi O'Keefe: Negative charity publicity can be disastrous
27 Jul 2015 12:30
I assume there will be very few people in East Lothian who are unaware of the recent backlash against charity fundraisers, following on from claims of aggressive and inappropriate methods of collecting donations and the controversy surrounding the recent withdrawal of Government funding to a high-profile English children’s charity.
Councillor Dave Berry: Dahn the Smoak, Innai?
24 Jul 2015 12:30
It has never been difficult to contrast the douce town centres across East Lothian with the bustle of London.
What's On - Dunbar Lifeboat Fete
17 Jul 2015 10:00
CROWDS are expected to flock to Dunbar Harbour tomorrow (Saturday) for the town’s annual lifeboat fete.
Football fun in store for youngsters
13 Jun 2015 19:30
PENCAITLAND YFC hosts a football tournament in the village’s park from 9am to 5pm.
Towns and villages gear up for gala season
12 Jun 2015 17:00
GALA season is well and truly upon East Lothian with the county a gala-lovers’ paradise tomorrow (Saturday).
We're puffing towards an e-cig revolution
12 Jun 2015 15:38
The jury may still be out on e-cigs as a mass consumer proposition, but that's only because we're in a prolonged "experimentation" phase in which consumers - and legislators - are still making up their minds.
Why Galway Race Festival gallops the extra furlong - Sponsored
27 May 2015 13:39
If arts festivals were horse races, the well-known annual jamboree in Edinburgh would already be at least a head behind a mega-event in Ireland - one that’s taken the sport-and-culture world by storm.
14 May 2015 10:58