29 Jun 2015 16:20
Man arrested and charged in connection with Musselburgh housebreakings
Police have arrested and charged a man in connection with a recent spate of housebreakings in Musselburgh.
29 Jun 2015 13:30 • Cameron Ritchie
Petition calling for busy Musselburgh road to be closed to through traffic is rejected
A PETITION calling for the closure of a busy stretch of road in Musselburgh has been rejected by councillors, despite gaining nearly 230 signatures of support.
28 Jun 2015 13:00 • Marie Sharp
Plans for 500 new homes near Queen Margaret University submitted
PLANS to build nearly 500 new homes on a field next to Musselburgh’s Queen Margaret University have been submitted to East Lothian Council as the first phase of proposals by Persimmon to redevelop the surrounding countryside.
25 Jun 2015 13:50 • Marie Sharp
Lack of police presence at Musselburgh Gala criticised
POLICE have come under fire after it was revealed they did not send a single officer to help at a major community event, despite concerns about child safety.
23 Jun 2015 09:00
Saltire to fly to remember the Battle of Pinkie dead
THE Saltire will fly at the Pinkie Cleugh Memorial Stone to mark the anniversary of the battle after local groups came together to install a flagpole.
22 Jun 2015 13:30 • Marie Sharp
Las Vegas jump for Jordan Houston charity
A MUSSELBURGH woman has raised more than £1,500 in memory of local footballer Jordan Houston by taking on a terrifying skydive.
22 Jun 2015 07:00
Inspectors' praise for Musselburgh nursery
STAFF at a Musselburgh nursery have been praised for their support of youngsters in their care and their families following an inspection.
16 Jun 2015 15:00
D-Day hero’s portrait at the Palace
D-DAY veteran Dr Tom Renouf’s portrait will be unveiled at Buckingham Palace today (Friday) – one of a series of paintings commissioned by the Prince of Wales.
15 Jun 2015 19:30
Bar/restaurant Madisons set to close and become a bargain superstore
PLANS to turn bar/restaurant/function suite Madisons at Olivebank Retail Park into a bargain superstore and create up to 50 new jobs have been given the go-ahead by East Lothian planning officials.
14 Jun 2015 12:00
Tributes paid to former headmaster
TRIBUTES are being paid to one of Loretto School’s great headmasters David McMurray, who died this week at the age of 77.
11 Jun 2015 14:25
Guitar-buying teenager assaulted and robbed
A TEENAGER thought he was buying a guitar - instead he was assaulted and robbed.
3 Jun 2015 08:40
Musselburgh Racecourse staff lend a hand at children’s centre
More than 20 staff from Musselburgh Racecourse gave up their time to help a local family centre during Give and Gain Day.