Another £5,000 to Becky’s total thanks to 12-hour football marathon
4 Jul 2015 11:00 • Gavin Harper
Kind-hearted donations at an all-night five-a-side football event raised almost £5,000 for Rebecca’s Little Hearts for CHAS.
Rugby club's victory in bid to open on day of Highland Games
4 Jul 2015 09:00 • Marie Sharp
CALLS for a rugby club to be denied an open licence during North Berwick Highland Games have been rejected after licensing bosses ruled they were entitled to take advantage of the day.
Stretch of the A1 to be closed overnight for filming
3 Jul 2015 18:15
A STRETCH of the A1 in East Lothian is to be closed overnight in both directions due to filming.
Stewart bids Musselburgh Grammar School a final farewell
3 Jul 2015 16:30 • Marie Sharp
ONE of East Lothian’s longest serving senior teachers steps down today (Friday), after nearly 30 years in local schools.
Family and friends remember Sean at football tribute
3 Jul 2015 15:30
There was a poignant football match held in Tranent on Saturday, as friends and family gathered to remember Sean Jardine.
Tributes paid to gannet expert and Seabird Centre adviser
3 Jul 2015 12:30
DR BRYAN Nelson, who played a key role in the creation of the Scottish Seabird Centre at North Berwick and who is described as “the undisputed world expert on gannets”, has died. He was 83.
Huge turnout to help Nancy, 5
A CARING mum has been left speechless after kind-hearted Haddington residents dug deep to help fund a sensory garden and new play area for her daughter.
Gullane lift the County Cup
4 Jul 2015 10:30
There was delight for Gullane Golf Club last weekend, as they claimed the East Lothian County Cup.
Stunning long-range winner seals cup for Dunbar
4 Jul 2015 10:00
Dunbar United Colts 17s claimed the Michael Moran League Cup after a stunning winner from Ryan Young.
East Lothian contingent make bid for Scottish Open spots
3 Jul 2015 15:50 • Gavin Harper
There will be county interest among a high-class field in North Berwick this weekend, as Tour players, club professionals and amateurs compete in the inaugural Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM) Scottish Open qualifier.
East Lothian bowlers' hopes ended by a home defeat
26 Jun 2015 17:00
East Lothian’s bowlers’ hopes of qualifying through to the knockout stages of the Scottish Counties Championship were ended on Saturday when they lost out to West Lothian by 15 shots in a high-octane encounter that was very high in entertainment value for the large crowd gathered at Haddington BC.
Tranent Juniors boss Small eyes promotion prize
25 Jun 2015 12:45 • Gavin Harper
Tranent Juniors manager Gary Small has set his sights on promotion to the East Region Premier League, – and making locals proud of the team once more.
22 May 2015 12:42
Tim's Tales - John Stewart’s brief encounter
25 Jun 2015 15:30
It was July 1686 and John Stewart was in trouble.
Why give up valuable spaces to car club?
15 Jun 2015 17:00
East Lothian Council has given ‘permission’ for an organisation ‘Co-wheels’ – charity number SC396022 – to ‘reserve’ a parking space in the Glebe car park and to take up three spaces in the Imperial car park for two electric cars to be located there.
Learning the Highland Way
15 Jun 2015 12:00
So I’m writing this quickly on Wednesday morning, having arrived later than planned from a trip up north and missed even the extended deadline, with the editor on the phone tapping his fingers kindly waiting for me to send my story.
Tim's Tales - A treasure discovered in Cockenzie House
4 Jun 2015 10:41
Your kitchen sink is not the usual place you expect to make a heart-racing discovery.
Rev Laurence Twaddle: The magic of the lochs and glens... an experience good for the soul
15 May 2015 10:22
I fell in love in March. I fell in love with the West of Scotland – Argyll in particular.
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