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Furniture school isn’t sheepish about hut plan

21 Oct 2014 11:30 • Cameron Ritchie

THE shepherd’s hut is being given a new lease of life, thanks to an East Lothian furniture design school.

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Knox Academy duo set for African adventures

21 Oct 2014 09:30 • Cameron Ritchie

TWO teenage school pupils are getting ready to swap life in East Lothian for 12 months in Africa.

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Bellany painting given pride of place in Dunbar Library

21 Oct 2014 09:00 • Cameron Ritchie

A WORK of art by world-famous county artist the late John Bellany CBE will have pride of place in Dunbar Library.

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Timetable changes for two buses

21 Oct 2014 07:00

CHANGES to two bus routes in East Lothian will be made early next month.

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Historian looks for witnesses to whale tragedy at Thorntonloch

20 Oct 2014 11:30 • Cameron Ritchie

A KEEN historian from Dunbar is looking to track down people who were at the “scene of a strange tragedy” 64 years ago.

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County’s boxing hero Josh Taylor is named boxer of the year

20 Oct 2014 10:30

Prestonpans Commonwealth Games gold-medal-wining boxer Josh Taylor had reason to celebrate as he was named the Amateur Boxer of the Year by the Boxing Writers’ Club of Great Britain.

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Rising bowls star Calvert Allison claims a gold medal with Scotland

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.

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Thomson is Tranent Juniors’ pick for new manager

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.

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Ex-Musselburgh star McKenna to live out his cup final dream with Livingston

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.

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Rev Laurence Twaddle: When I’m sixty four

20 Oct 2014 12:30

I AM NOT INVISIBLE!

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Common sense prevails with Neilson Park

20 Oct 2014 09:00

I’m delighted to note that common sense seems to have at long last prevailed with regards to the tennis court in Neilson Park (‘Proposal for extra tennis court at Neilson Park now served up’, October 3).

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Chief Inspector Andrew Clark: Stay safe on the county roads this winter by following these handy driving tips

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.

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Tim's Tales: A legend of Redhouse Castle

16 Oct 2014 15:30

It’s difficult to miss Redhouse Castle as you drive past it on the road to or from Longniddry.

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Thursday, October 16 - Haddington History Society talk

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

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Wednesday, October 15 - HADAS Frank Tindall Memorial Lecture

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.

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Wednesday, October 15 - Spott WRI meeting

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.

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