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My thanks to the man who helped save my life

23 Oct 2014 11:30 • Cameron Ritchie

A FATHER-of-two who collapsed in his home has paid tribute to those who helped save his life.

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Spate of robberies and attempted robberies in Musselburgh

23 Oct 2014 10:05

A SPATE of robberies and attempted robberies have taken place in Musselburgh over the past weeks.

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Brave Brian set to live as a castaway on the Isle of Fidra

23 Oct 2014 09:57 • Gavin Harper

A heroic North Berwick fundraiser is set to embark on another remarkable charity adventure.

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Second skiff surfacing for Musselburgh rowers

22 Oct 2014 11:30 • Marie Sharp

EAST Lothian’s newest community rowing club has started work building its second skiff, with the help of a local craftsman.

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Cockenzie and Port Seton celebrates its green-fingered champs

22 Oct 2014 09:30 • Marie Sharp

THE winners of this year’s Cockenzie and Port Seton In Bloom annual awards celebrated at a prizegiving ceremony this month.

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North Berwick RFC are the victors over Dunbar in first county derby of the season

23 Oct 2014 13:13

North Berwick came out on top in the first county battle of the new season, as the West brothers guided them to a 3-36 win over Dunbar at Hallhill.

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Musselburgh RFC blow away Livingston in a nine-try home rout

23 Oct 2014 13:11

Musselburgh made a winning return to Stoneyhill on Saturday as they scored nine tries to defeat Livingston.

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Gutsy Preston Lodge RFC scrap their way to an impressive away win to remain in second

23 Oct 2014 13:09

Preston Lodge continued their march in National League Division 3 with an impressive win away to East Kilbride on Saturday, where they ran out 16-18 winners in a hard-fought contest.

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Haddington RFC head coach is embarrassed by crushing defeat on long trip north to Aberdeen

23 Oct 2014 13:07

Haddington head coach Bryan Craig admitted he was embarrassed by his side’s performance as they were thumped 92-10 by Aberdeenshire at the weekend.

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Snares a humane way to control our foxes

It is my good fortune to be a North Berwick landowner and the ‘captain’ of a local pheasant shoot. So I am in a position to reply to the recent letter about fox snares in the woods around Newbyth (‘Woods are overrun with animal traps’, October 17).

23 Oct 2014 13:40

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‘Fourth Harbour’ would be an asset

23 Oct 2014 13:35

To date, the debate over Cockenzie Energy Park has generated more heat than light.

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Council leader is objecting to us sharing our views

23 Oct 2014 13:30

Councillor Innes says he is deeply concerned that many members of the community, including me, have alleged that some councillors and council officers have misled the public over the plans for the Cockenzie Energy Park.

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Surely we need a gas-fired plant at Cockenzie

23 Oct 2014 13:25

In all of the hullabaloo about the proposed energy park on the site of the now redundant Cockenzie coal-fired electricity generating, the authorities seem to have missed two crucial points.

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What's On at The Brunton - October 24-30

23 Oct 2014 13:52

IT IS another action-packed week at The Brunton in Musselburgh, with something for everyone on offer.

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Monday, October 27 - Fali Pavri at Loretto School

23 Oct 2014 13:49

THE first in a series of events bringing leading musical performers to Loretto School in Musselburgh to conduct workshops with young musicians and then give a short public recital takes place.

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Sunday, October 26 - Craft session at the John Gray Centre

23 Oct 2014 13:48

Families are invited to drop in for a special craft session at the John Gray Centre in Haddington.

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