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RNLI volunteer to go the extra mile

1 Sep 2014 11:30 • Cameron Ritchie

AN RNLI volunteer from Dunbar is getting ready to lace up her running shoes to raise money for the charity.

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TV doctor to run for gran

1 Sep 2014 09:30 • Gavin Harper

A well-known TV doctor from North Berwick is preparing to swap the surgery for the streets of the north-east of England in his attempt to raise money for the Stroke Association.

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Haddington celebrities’ dance date

1 Sep 2014 09:00

WELL-known Haddington faces will be lacing up their dance shoes next month in a bid to raise money for local good causes.

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Name and shame gravestone vandals, says church session clerk

1 Sep 2014 07:00

AN APPEAL has gone out for help catching the vandals who toppled 19 gravestones in Prestongrange Parish Church.

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Take the plunge like me, mum says

31 Aug 2014 13:00

A DAREDEVIL mum is urging others to follow in her slipstream and take the plunge for charity.

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North Berwick »

Rowing regatta comes to North Berwick

North Berwick Rowing Club will host its annual regatta at the West Beach tomorrow (Saturday), with clubs from all over Scotland set to descend on the town.

Is sculpture a hazard for wheelchair users?

Plans for housing for elderly people at former North Berwick factory

Jamie completes epic ocean row

Pat’s farewell to North Berwick

Musselburgh »

Musselburgh man’s UFO hoax film scoops top prize

A FILM about a UFO hoax by Musselburgh-based filmmakers Bill Walsh and Matt Nanson scooped a top award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. ‘The April Fool’ was named ‘Best Film’ on Saturday after it took part in the Short Challenge.

Ex-Musselburgh fisherman's second crime thriller released

Remembering Musselburgh’s Fallen in new book

Rowing club gets grant to build a second skiff

New exhibition at Musselburgh Museum honours First World War heroes

Sport »

New champions crowned at busy day of bowls at West Barns

29 Aug 2014 15:30

West Barns Bowling Club attracted a big crowd to their staging of the finals of the Belhaven Brewery-sponsored East Lothian BA County Championships on Saturday and it was Colin Glen of East Lothian Co-op who grabbed the main headlines after he landed the blue riband singles event.

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County hosts Scottish Open qualifier, but ladies’ event to move

29 Aug 2014 10:30

THE county is set to host the inaugural Scottish Open qualifier next summer, with the new event confirmed for North Berwick Golf Club following a visit by First Minister Alex Salmond last Wednesday.

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Maria, 14, storms to double Euro gold

28 Aug 2014 16:15

TEENAGE sprint sensation Maria Lyle, from Dunbar, bagged herself a pair of European Championship gold medals last week, at the age of just 14.

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Haddington bowlers steal into pole position for title

22 Aug 2014 15:30

Haddington Bowling Club lived up to their reputation as strong finishers with a tremendous 7-1 home victory over fellow title contenders EL-Coop in last Friday night’s action and it is result that has thrust them to top spot with just two fixtures remaining in Division 1 of the East Coast Carpets-sponsored East Lothian Bowling Leagues.

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Festival was ‘marred’ by the lack of toilet facilities

Another successful Fringe by the Sea event has been marred by the lack of adequate toilet facilities in North Berwick for visitors and residents, and has been both a personal disappointment and inconvenience.

1 Sep 2014 09:01

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The saga of Dunbar crossings is ridiculous

1 Sep 2014 09:00

As an ex Dunbar community councillor it was with some interest that I read the article in the Courier of August 15 about the positioning of the pedestrian crossings on Dunbar High Street.

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Councillor Dave Berry: First ScotRail to be derailed?

29 Aug 2014 12:30

First ScotRail took exception to my last column but one and wrote me a nice letter trying to explain chronic local overcrowding during the Commonwealth Games.

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Council’s duty is to reject ‘this monstrous insult of a scheme’

29 Aug 2014 11:30

Exploit is a well-used word of Scottish Enterprise.

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What's On at The Brunton - August 15-21

14 Aug 2014 11:29

IT’S a hectic week at Musselburgh’s The Brunton.

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What's On Flower Shows - Saturday, August 16

14 Aug 2014 11:18

PREPARATIONS are well under way for Oldhamstocks Flower Show, which is one of four flower and horticultural shows which takes place on Saturday in the county.

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What's on at The Brunton - August 8-14

7 Aug 2014 11:28

IT IS ANOTHER busy week at The Brunton in Musselburgh.

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