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Fresh housing plans for Ferrygate site

16 Apr 2014 13:30 • Joel Sked

THE long-running saga surrounding proposed housing at Ferrygate – already rejected by East Lothian Council and the Scottish Government – has taken a fresh twist after Miller Homes put forward new proposals for planning permission in principle.

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‘Laughing through life’ for 60 great years

16 Apr 2014 11:30 • Cameron Ritchie

A HADDINGTON couple have celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary after “laughing their way through life”.

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‘No panic’ over future location of Recharge

16 Apr 2014 09:30 • Joel Sked

RECHARGE youth facility is not allowing the uncertainty over its long-term base prevent it from making progress.

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Wildlife paradise the Isle of May opening for the season

16 Apr 2014 09:00

THE Isle of May National Nature Reserve, off the county coast, has welcomed its first visitors of the year.

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Charity gift on Tranent Belters' 40th birthday

16 Apr 2014 07:00

TRANENT Belters celebrated their 40th anniversary in Wales last month and helped a twin club raise money for charity.

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Football club boss slams 'mindless vandalism' to dugouts

“MINDLESS vandalism” was how a football club chief described more than £2,000 worth of damage caused to dugouts at the weekend, which saw poles used as weapons to trash the shelters.

Call a CAB, citizens’ champion Anne to leave

Thumbs up for 100 homes on western edge of Haddington

Haddington shop to sell alcohol despite council ‘ban’

Safety fears over Letham Mains drainage ponds

Musselburgh »

Musselburgh Windsor’s diamond party celebrates new exhibition

COUNTY Provost Ludovic Broun-Lindsay has hosted a civic reception to mark the opening of youth football club Musselburgh Windsor’s Diamond Jubilee exhibition in Musselburgh Museum.

Maths talent adding up to bright future for James, 8

Thieves steal keys, then car, from Musselburgh home

Pupils’ mural will launch new Pinkie store

First tenants move into new council houses

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Badminton starlet Rachel Cameron’s double delight in Aberdeen

15 Apr 2014 10:30

COUNTY badminton prodigy Rachel Cameron stole the show at the recent North of Scotland Under-13 Badminton Championships.

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Boxing star Josh Taylor eyeing Commonwealth Games glory

14 Apr 2014 10:30 • Joel Sked

EAST Lothian boxing star Josh Taylor is on the verge of taking to the ring at the Commonwealth Games later this year after a stirring display last month to win at the 2014 Boxing Scotland finals.

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Bowls titles on the line at the end of finals weeks

11 Apr 2014 15:30

FINALS week at East Lothian Indoor Bowling Club got under way on Sunday evening and will come to a conclusion tonight (Friday) with a huge night of action as the finals of the gents’ singles, ladies’ singles, senior singles, gents’ junior singles, ladies’ junior singles and gents’ senior triples are all down for decision (6.30pm).

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North Berwick rugby ace Tom Brown signs up long-term for pro club

11 Apr 2014 10:30

SCOTLAND international Tom Brown has become the latest county rugby star to put pen to paper with Edinburgh Rugby in what was a belated birthday gift.

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Mairi O'Keefe: An exciting summer is happening right on our doorstep

14 Apr 2014 15:30

AS SOMEONE who enjoys travelling, I am used to getting itchy feet at this time of year, planning the next trip and trying to fit my travel plans around all my work commitments.

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10-year-old’s plea for new equipment in Ormiston play park

14 Apr 2014 09:01

I am writing on behalf of the ‘Save Ormi Park’ campaign.

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Abolishing emissions in Scotland would be useless

14 Apr 2014 09:00

I have to say I found Iain Gray’s column (‘No time to lose, we must act now on climate change’) somewhat superficial in its arguments.

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Councillor Dave Berry: The end of a long era

11 Apr 2014 15:30

North Berwick has recently grown with new residents – in fact, such growth has been common down its thousand-year history.

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Wednesday, April 16 - East Lothian University of the Third Age open lecture

EAST Lothian University of the Third Age hosts an open lecture about improving the quality of life for patients and carers.

14 Apr 2014 09:02

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Tuesday, April 15 - Easter bunny sleepover at Haddington Library

14 Apr 2014 09:01

THERE is an Easter bunny sleepover at Haddington Library.

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Tuesday, April 15 - Easter crafts and stories for children

14 Apr 2014 09:00

THE John Gray Centre in Haddington puts on an Easter craft session and stories for primary-age children.

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