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24 Apr 2014 17:00
THE Elphinstone Arms was granted a new licence to trade, to a round of applause, at East Lothian Council’s licensing board meeting today (Thursday).
24 Apr 2014 13:30 • Cameron Ritchie
MORE than 500 children were among those receiving “emergency food” from East Lothian Foodbank over the last year.
24 Apr 2014 11:30 • Marie Sharp
POLICE officers brought in to support local communities in East Lothian were branded nothing more than “warm bodies in uniforms”, as the force’s plans for the future came under fire.
24 Apr 2014 09:30 • Joel Sked
DUNBAR is in mourning after the shock passing of a much-loved figure in the town.
24 Apr 2014 09:00
SCOTLAND’S only wakeboarding park has been given nearly 70,000 reasons to be happy.
THE closure of Haddington’s Sheriff Court moves closer – with East Lothian court cases due for determination in 2015 already being earmarked for Edinburgh Sheriff Court.
PROGRESS is being made on the development of a multi-purpose arts centre in North Berwick after the group behind the idea secured funding.
A NEW sign promoting long-distance walking and cycling routes in and around Dunbar has been unveiled.
QUEEN Margaret University has won its appeal against East Lothian Council’s refusal of plans to build a wind turbine on its grounds.
RECHARGE youth facility is not allowing the uncertainty over its long-term base prevent it from making progress.
RESIDENTS will be able to see the proposals for a new substation bringing electricity ashore from a planned offshore wind farm next week.
24 Apr 2014 16:05 • Joel Sked
PRESTON Lodge Rugby Club made East Lothian history on Saturday by becoming the first county side to win the RBS Shield, after their 27-6 win over Caithness RFC on Finals Day at Broadwood Stadium in Cumbernauld.
24 Apr 2014 16:00 • Joel Sked
AFTER a season which has spanned 23 games, Preston Lodge achieved the historic feat of competing a treble, consisting of the RBS East Regional League Division 1, the Edinburgh Regional Shield and now the RBS Shield following their 27-6 defeat of Caithness.
24 Apr 2014 11:20
MUSSELBURGH Athletic’ third consecutive home game on Saturday paired them with the Superleague’s second-from-bottom side St Andrews United, whose need for points was by some distance greater than their hosts.
24 Apr 2014 11:18
WHILE largely resigned to a ninth South Division campaign in 2014/15, Haddington Athletic went into Saturday’s match knowing they could still finish second behind Edinburgh United if they were to win each of their last six games, while hoping Dundonald Bluebell somehow slipped up in two of their final three outings, all against teams in the bottom five.
24 Apr 2014 15:30
Every day motorists on the A1 speed past Torness nuclear power station, a major landmark on the coastline of East Lothian.
22 Apr 2014 15:30
I REMEMBER the first time I did it.
21 Apr 2014 15:30
Kids say the darndest things.
21 Apr 2014 09:00
I refer to Councillor Goodfellow’s letter (March 28) regarding parking issues and the fact that it is the Scottish Courts that retain parking charges and not the councils.
TO COMMEMORATE the 30th anniversary of the 1984/1985 miners’ strike, Tranent and District Branch of the Labour Party is hosting an event and welcoming people to attend.
21 Apr 2014 09:02
21 Apr 2014 09:01
FALA, Soutra and District History and Heritage Society meets in Fala Village Hall.
21 Apr 2014 09:00
DISCOVER East Lothian’s First World War past with a workshop in the John Gray Centre, Haddington, 2-4pm.