• Rotary club's annual shop set for launch

    TOMORROW (Wednesday) is the only day for public donations to North Berwick Rotary Club's annual charity shop, which opens on Thursday. All proceeds from the three-day sale,  taking place in the town's St Andrew Blackadder Church hall until Saturday

  • Raise a glass to the successful return of Goatfest

    HOPES have been raised that a festival in the centre of Haddington could become an annual event. Goatfest, organised by Haddington Rugby Club, brought together live music and food and drink on Saturday afternoon. Bob Snodgrass, who coaches

  • Man admits shocking sexual offences involving children

    A MUSSELBURGH man has been placed on the sex offenders' register after admitting a series of offences involving children. Jamie Shiel appeared at Edinburgh Sheriff Court to plead guilty to charges, taking place over several months in 2022, including

  • Cash boost keeps hedgehogs looking sharp

    Sustaining Dunbar’s Pledgehog Project has received a cash boost from Viridor and SafeDeposits Scotland. Pictured from left: Alan Partridge, SafeDeposits Scotland marketing manager; Jen Walker, Sustaining Dunbar’s Pledgehog Project officer; and

  • Counting down to art competition at harbour

    The countdown is on for a landscape art competition at Fisherrow Harbour in Musselburgh. The event, launched by organisers of the Musselburgh Open Studio Weekend, takes place at 10am on Saturday (May 25). Artist Alistair McIntyre said: “The

  • Popular East Lothian fishery opens under new owners

    NEW owners of a fishery near Gifford have welcomed their first visitors. Tweeddale, once dubbed one of Scotland’s favourite small water fisheries and a popular venue for anglers throughout the Lothians, is open seven days a week. Derek Plenderleith

  • Pupils dive into wildlife on their visit to harbour

    Primary 5 pupils from Windygoul Primary School in Tranent paid a visit to Dunbar Harbour alongside East Lothian Council Countryside Rangers. The educational trip was part of the group’s John Muir Award, which encourages young people to connect