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- WHAT'S ON: Project managers need proper goals
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25 Nov 2014 13:30 • Gavin Harper
A TRANENT five-year-old who has raised more than £1,000 to help a disabled classmate to walk stepped out hand-in-hand with her friend across the Forth Road Bridge on Sunday.
25 Nov 2014 11:30 • Gavin Harper
A North Berwick resident is concerned that height restriction barriers are preventing people visiting the town’s tourist attractions.
25 Nov 2014 09:30 • Cameron Ritchie
A COMMUNITY councillor has called for the cost of road alterations on a busy Haddington street to be made public.
25 Nov 2014 09:00 • Marie Sharp
Former three-time world champion Formula One racing driver Sir Jackie Stewart OBE will make a rare public appearance in Scotland next week as he heads to Musselburgh to talk about living with dyslexia.
EAST Lothian Council could take ownership of the Haddington Sheriff Court building when it shuts its doors in the New Year.
ADVENTURER Brian Thomson has made it safely back onto the mainland after spending six days alone on Fidra Island to raise money for Children in Need.
TRIBUTES are to be paid on the anniversary of the death of three teenagers from East Lothian who were tragically killed in a car crash one year ago.
PEOPLE power brought late-night roadworks in Musselburgh to an early end after residents complained about losing sleep.
An application for a grant has been lodged to help promote dementia-friendly ideas in Tranent, including redeveloping the stand at the town’s football ground to make it more suitable for those affected by the condition.
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.
24 Nov 2014 10:30
Musselburgh has pipped other leading UK racecourses to win the Operational Excellence title at the Racecourse Association’s Showcase Awards.
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.
25 Nov 2014 12:30
There are so many good and deserving causes that the world of fundraising is becoming more and more competitive and the pressure to innovate or to stand out from the crowd appears to be increasing by the day.
24 Nov 2014 12:30
From being debatable lands between emerging Scotland and Northumberland during the Dark Ages, Malcolm I’s victory at Carham in 1018 secured Lothian as part of Scotland.
21 Nov 2014 14:18
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).
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.
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.