• Tim's Tales: Ruin mystery solved

    I HAVE long been intrigued by a small ruined building which sits, all lonesome, on the side of River Tyne, near East Linton, overlooked by the modern bridge which carries the A1 over the river at Brae Heads Loan. A friend from Haddington told me

  • Musselburgh: Dog day care plan for beauty business

    A BEAUTY business is seeking permission to cater for pets instead of people. Pawsh Pets Ltd has applied to transform the building on Musselburgh’s Moray Way from a beautician and hair salon into a dog day care centre. Proposals are already

  • Energy scheme helps thousands heat their homes

    AN INITIATIVE aimed at helping people to heat their homes has benefited thousands of residents across south-east Scotland. Warmer Homes Scotland, the Scottish Government’s national fuel poverty scheme, has supported nearly 6,400 people in the area

  • Police column: Control your dogs near livestock

    The recent cold snap reminds us that there are still a few months left until we welcome in the spring and the arrival of lambs in our fields. That means our local farmers have a lot of pregnant livestock in their fields at the moment and, sadly

  • Tranent woman attacked employee at the town's Post Office

    A POST Office employee was assaulted by a Tranent woman following an altercation within her store. Shannon Thomson was grabbed by the body and had her shirt ripped by Coleen Alexander during an incident at the Post Office at the town’s Winton Place