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25 Oct 2014 13:00 • Marie Sharp
East Lothian Council has confirmed that a cross-party member/officer group met for the first time this week to discuss potential proposals for the former power station site at Cockenzie.
25 Oct 2014 11:00 • Marie Sharp
THE risk of flooding to homes in Musselburgh may be far higher than estimated, one of the town’s councillors has claimed.
25 Oct 2014 09:00 • Cameron Ritchie
POLICE are looking into a bizarre incident which saw a man stab a £10 note into a counter at Haddington’s Tesco.
24 Oct 2014 13:30
MORE than a dozen brave souls walked on fire to raise more than £5,000 for Leuchie House, near North Berwick.
24 Oct 2014 12:30 • Cameron Ritchie
AN OFFER has been made on a former three-storey hotel building on Dunbar High Street.
TWO teenage school pupils are getting ready to swap life in East Lothian for 12 months in Africa.
AN AMBITIOUS project to sustain North Berwick’s lobster population by releasing thousands of young shellfish into the sea should produce its first batch of babies next year.
A WORK of art by world-famous county artist the late John Bellany CBE will have pride of place in Dunbar Library.
MUSSELBURGH Library has been selected as one of five libraries in Scotland to benefit from a new permanent artwork as part of Book Week Scotland 2014.
A Tranent man is set to take a stand in memory of his late father.
PRESTONPANS Post Office will shut for refurbishment as it is turned into a new modern facility with longer opening hours and additional services.
24 Oct 2014 15:30
The East Lothian star pairing of Alex Marshall and Derek Oliver were part of a Scotland gents side that retained the Co-operative Funeralcare Test Match at the weekend, following a 6-5 points win over England at Stanley IBC in County Durham.
24 Oct 2014 10:30 • Gavin Harper
A promising county gymnast is set to head to America after being selected for the Great Britain Junior team for the World Age Group Championships, along with her coach, who teaches at Knox Academy.
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.
23 Oct 2014 13:11
Musselburgh made a winning return to Stoneyhill on Saturday as they scored nine tries to defeat Livingston.
24 Oct 2014 12:30
Somewhat lost in the intense kerfuffle around September 18 was the fact that, two years ago, Prime Minister David Cameron vetoed having a third alternative on the ballot paper: ‘Devo-Max’, or the devolution of all power, bar defence, foreign affairs, monetary policy, citizenship, security, monarchy and the UK Parliament itself.
23 Oct 2014 15:30
This photo of Private Jackie Reid of the 1/7th Royal Scots was taken in 1915. He lived on Monktonhall Terrace, in Musselburgh.
23 Oct 2014 13:40
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 13:35
To date, the debate over Cockenzie Energy Park has generated more heat than light.
23 Oct 2014 13:52
IT IS another action-packed week at The Brunton in Musselburgh, with something for everyone on offer.
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.
23 Oct 2014 13:48
Families are invited to drop in for a special craft session at the John Gray Centre in Haddington.