17 hrs ago
Running to say thank you
An Eyemouth father-of-two is gearing up for back-to-back half marathon events, to raise crucial funds for the Sick Kids Friends Foundation .
Budget savings to hit East Lothian libraries
Communities across the county are facing the loss of evening library sessions as part of budget savings by East Lothian Council.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
800-home 'new community' plan for outskirts of Musselburgh
Plans to create a "new community" on the boundary between East and Midlothian will be unveiled in Musselburgh next week.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Dog abandoned after owners' argument
The elderly female Staffordshire bull terrier was discovered outside The Burgh on Musselburgh High Street on Friday and has been named Myrtle A couple who abandoned their dog outside an East Lothian pub after having an argument are being urged to come forward to be reunited with their pet.
Musselburgh rower boosted by new wave of funding
Community rowing in Musselburgh is moving forward at a rate of knots with the help of lottery funding of 10,000.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Lottery provides A 36 million for East Lothian
More than 850 local projects have benefited from cash raised by 70 per cent of the UK adult population who buy tickets.
Musselburgh arrests in 'legal high' raids
Police Scotland officers from Musselburgh have made three arrests as part of a national operation to curb the sale of legal highs.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Woman attacked another woman in Musselburgh
Gemma McCafferty, 21, chased after the woman before knocking her to the ground and punching her repeatedly to the head and body.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Darling: The Man Who Says Better Together
A profile of the lawyer turned politician who takes on Alex Salmond in the second television debate on the referendum tonight.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Man jailed after A 35k cocaine find in Musselburgh
A drug dealer who was caught with 35,000 worth of cocaine at his Musselburgh business premises has been jailed for three years.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Musselburgh man swore at wife during aggressive row
Steven McIntosh shouted and swore during the incident and following a court appearance in January was told he was not allowed to contact his wife until the case resolved.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Cyclists shown way ahead in East Lothian
Spokes, the Lothian cycle campaign, has published the East Lothian Cycle Map, which shows off-road paths, quiet roads, gradients and distances across the county, plus town maps of Musselburgh, Wallyford, North Berwick, Tranent, Haddington and Dunbar.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Thieves drive off in Merc after theft of car keys in Musselburgh
A black Mercedes was stolen from outside an address in Musselburgh last week after thieves broke into the owner's home and took the car keys.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
The Daily Record
There goes his No Claims bonus for the next 500 years: A 8K Corsa...
There goes his No Claims bonus for the next 500 years: A 8K Corsa wrecked in collision with A 300K Lamborghini THE A 300,000 Aventador was left needing extensive bodywork following the collision with a Vauxhall in Musselburgh, East Lothian.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Boycott calls over sale of legal highs in Musselburgh
The shop in North High Street where legal highs have been withdrawn from sale in view of the danger they pose Musselburgh residents are being urged to boycott traders who sell 'legal highs', after warnings about their potentially fatal side effects.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Neighbours threatened during disturbance in Prestonpans
A man who was celebrating the birth of his father's child threatened neighbours in Prestonpans with a metal chair after they had complained about noise.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Dunbar dog owner to pay up after sheep attack
A Dunbar dog owner whose pet savaged several sheep, one of which had to be put down, is to pay compensation.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Thieves strike at homes in Lothians
Police Scotland said it was investigating if the break-ins were all linked as there was a "clear pattern of thefts".
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Darling 'Wins Debate' With Style And Substance
The ex-Chancellor's "streetfighting" approach hit home with crucial points and was more eyecatching, says Sky's James Matthews.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Scottish independence: Sparks flying
BETTING shops in Rosyth are rowdier than usual. The troublemakers are not the familiar sort-drunks jousting over a Rangers match or the 4.30 at Musselburgh-but punters debating Scottish independence.