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31 Aug 2015 13:30 • Cameron Ritchie

Ormiston Community Council chairman to step down after decades of service

ONE of the county’s longest-serving community council chairmen is stepping down after almost three decades at the helm.
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31 Aug 2015 11:30 • Cameron Ritchie

Judy Murray delighted with growth of tennis in the county

THE mum of Grand Slam winners Andy and Jamie Murray has welcomed improved tennis facilities across East Lothian.
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31 Aug 2015 09:30 • Marie Sharp

Lack of spend on homelessness scheme criticised

CONCERNS have been raised about the lack of spending by East Lothian Council on a scheme set up to stop people becoming homeless.
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31 Aug 2015 09:00 • Cameron Ritchie

New Pride group holding event to mark formation

A PUBLIC event to mark the formation of East Lothian’s Pride group is being held next month.
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31 Aug 2015 07:00

Top bluegrass band coming to Longniddry

ONE of Europe’s top bluegrass bands is going to be performing in Longniddry Parish Church as part of a Scottish tour.
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30 Aug 2015 13:00 • Cameron Ritchie

Gin Head radar station for sale for £3.5million

A FORMER radar station near North Berwick is on the market for £3.5 million.
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30 Aug 2015 11:00

Jobs boost thanks to Aldi

Aldi opens a supermarket in Tranent on October 15 – and is looking to recruit 70 people county-wide.
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30 Aug 2015 09:00

Bake Off time at Merryhatton

STAFF at Merryhatton Garden Centre are pulling on their oven gloves to take up a charity challenge.
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29 Aug 2015 13:00

Dunbar youngsters gunning for speeding youngsters

A CAMPAIGN to keep youngsters safe as they travel to and from school has been launched.
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29 Aug 2015 11:00

Sports minister is welcomed to Foxlake for a special visit

A SCOTTISH minister has paid a special visit to a tourist attraction which has brought in almost 30,000 visitors so far this year.
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29 Aug 2015 09:00 • Cameron Ritchie

Rebecca Dalgleish’s total now nearing £60,000

REBECCA Dalgleish’s fundraising efforts are nearing £60,000 after another two hugely successful events.
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28 Aug 2015 17:30 • Cameron Ritchie

Scott does the honours as long-awaited Asda opens

MORE than 350 people queued outside as Tranent’s new Asda store finally opened its doors last Thursday morning.
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28 Aug 2015 13:30 • Marie Sharp

Call for golfers to club together for African youngsters

AN East Lothian greenkeeper and his wife have launched a new appeal for golf equipment to help children in Ghana achieve their sporting dreams.
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28 Aug 2015 12:00 • Marie Sharp

Answers wanted on councillor cut plan

EAST Lothian Council has demanded the Local Government Boundary Commission explains how it came to the decision that people in less well-off areas required greater council representation.
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28 Aug 2015 09:30 • Marie Sharp

Council vows to learn lessons from energy park

LESSONS will be learned from the failed Scottish Enterprise bid to create a marine energy park at Cockenzie, East Lothian Council has pledged.
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27 Aug 2015 13:30 • Marie Sharp

‘Shocked’ at lack of help after road smash

DRIVERS ignored pleas for help from a mother whose young daughter was trapped as her car lay upside down in bushes following a horror road smash.
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27 Aug 2015 11:30 • Cameron Ritchie

Man’s plea to help dying sister fulfil last wish

A LOVING brother is aiming to give his dying sister the best birthday present by helping her fulfil her final wish.
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27 Aug 2015 09:45 • Marie Sharp

Coastal parking charges to fund traffic wardens’ return

TRAFFIC wardens could be back on the streets of East Lothian on April 1 next year, as East Lothian Council announced plans to use its controversial charges for coastal areas to fund the positions.
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26 Aug 2015 13:30 • Cameron Ritchie

‘Poo in the Park’ goat grabs the limelight again!

A ‘CELEBRITY’ goat from Dunbar has once again been basking in the showbiz limelight after being asked to model for an upmarket Edinburgh store.
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26 Aug 2015 11:30 • Cameron Ritchie

Community groups object to plans for nine flats in Dunbar

TWO community groups have objected to plans for nine flats to be built near Dunbar High Street.
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26 Aug 2015 09:30 • Cameron Ritchie

Shop return for first ever customer at Haddington store, 30 years later

THE first-ever customer to a sports shop now celebrating its 30th year of business has been rewarded with a new pair of shoes.
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26 Aug 2015 07:00 • Marie Sharp

MSP’s welcome for Prestonpans' new bus stops

East Lothian MSP Iain Gray has welcomed the installation of two new bus stops on the western outskirts of Prestonpans.
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25 Aug 2015 13:30 • Cameron Ritchie

Council considering plans to make Dunbar Harbour propeller more accessible

AN ATTEMPT to make a popular spot at Dunbar Harbour more accessible is being considered by East Lothian Council.
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25 Aug 2015 11:30 • Marie Sharp

No mountain high enough to stop gran’s Munro goal

MUSSELBURGH grandmother Linda Thomson is celebrating after climbing her final Munro in a 12-year challenge which included overcoming a fear of heights.
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25 Aug 2015 09:30 • Marie Sharp

Historic Scotland joins in objection to nursing home at Cockenzie House

New plans to build a care home in the gardens of Cockenzie House have sparked objections from both the community and Historic Scotland.
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