- NEWS: New council ‘soap operas’ on benefit issues
- BOWLS: Rising bowls star Calvert Allison claims a gold medal with Scotland
- COLUMNISTS: Chief Inspector Andrew Clark: Stay safe on the county roads this winter by following these handy driving tips
- WHAT'S ON: Thursday, October 16 - Haddington History Society talk
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19 Oct 2014 13:00 • Marie Sharp
THE Scottish Diaspora Tapestry has been given a £30,000 grant to tour the world over the next two years.
19 Oct 2014 11:00 • Marie Sharp
EAST Lothian Council is launching a new series of mini-soap operas it has recorded to help residents tackle benefits issues.
19 Oct 2014 09:00 • Cameron Ritchie
THE winners of the ScotRail franchise have been urged to think about the possibility of re-opening East Linton train station.
19 Oct 2014 09:00 • Cameron Ritchie
PLANS to transform a former mill building into a state-of-the-art gym have been given the green light.
18 Oct 2014 13:00 • Gavin Harper
A county police officer has been recognised for an act of bravery on Prestonpans beach which saved a teenage girl’s life, at an awards ceremony last week.
CHURCHGOERS in Haddington have said their farewells to their probationary minister.
AN AMBITIOUS project to sustain North Berwick’s lobster population by releasing thousands of young shellfish into the sea should produce its first batch of babies next year.
THE Rev Laurence Twaddle has been appointed chaplain at Dunbar United Foodball Club.
MUSSELBURGH Library has been selected as one of five libraries in Scotland to benefit from a new permanent artwork as part of Book Week Scotland 2014.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a man who has not been seen since last Friday, in Tranent.
THE future of the Battle of Prestonpans Tapestry will be decided at the 4th Biennial Scottish National Battlefields Symposium later this month.
17 Oct 2014 15:30
East Lothian Indoor Bowling Club’s rising star Calvert Allison was in international action for Scotland at the weekend as he played second in the fours and lead in the pairs in the British Isles Under-18 Mixed Championships, played at Abbeyview IBC in Dunfermline.
17 Oct 2014 10:30
Tranent Juniors have confirmed that James Thomson is the club’s new manager, succeeding Hamish Colgan, who left by mutual consent last month.
16 Oct 2014 15:30 • Cameron Ritchie
TWELVE months are a long time in football, but for Michael McKenna, from Musselburgh, that must seem doubly true.
16 Oct 2014 15:00
Preston Lodge recorded another impressive victory on Saturday as they kept in touch with the pace-setters in National League Division Three on Saturday, thanks largely to a hat-trick from prop Darren Eales.
17 Oct 2014 12:30
As the nights get darker and weather conditions change, I would like to take this opportunity to highlight the need for motorists to prepare not only their vehicles for the coming months ahead but also their own mindset when it comes to driving in a wintry environment.
16 Oct 2014 15:30
It’s difficult to miss Redhouse Castle as you drive past it on the road to or from Longniddry.
16 Oct 2014 12:10
It was with a mixture of anger and exasperation I read council leader Willie Innes’s letter printed in the East Lothian Courier of October 9.
13 Oct 2014 12:30
One of the important lessons I’ve learnt since setting up Leuchie House as an independent charity three years ago is that face-to-face relationships are the most effective means of getting business done.
At Haddington History Society’s meeting at 7.30pm in the Town House, Haddington, members will hear a talk by Frank Bigwood on ‘The Yules of Fenton Barns – an upwardly mobile family’.
13 Oct 2014 09:04
13 Oct 2014 09:03
THE Chairman of the Garden History Society is the speaker at this year’s HADAS (Haddington and District Amenity Society) Frank Tindall Memorial Lecture.
13 Oct 2014 09:02
SPOTT WRI hosts a meeting in the Spott Village Hall at 7.30pm, where the subject will be stained glass.