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Farmers' market a great success
Wednesday, 28 March 2007
LINLITHGOW farmers market has proved to be a resounding success.

A beautiful sunny day meant the second farmers' market was enjoyed by many shoppers on Saturday.

The increased number of stalls were located deeper into the Vennel area this time and the added space allowed the people to walk through the market much easier than before.

The stall holders seemed to be doing a good steady trade when our Linlithgow NEWS photographer dropped by to see what was happening.

 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 28 March 2007 )
Livingston RFC Retain Rose Bowl
Wednesday, 03 January 2007

Linlithgow 0 - 51 Livingston  

Livingston and Linlithgow have had a long standing New Year fixture going back 30 years or so. Originally they played for an egg cup trophy. This fixture was always arranged for the 2nd January with the venue alternating between Almond Park and Mains Park.

Eventually a proper trophy, rose bowl was instituted by Mike Williams (LIN) and Charlie Lovell (LIV) respective presidents. Alas, both have now departed. 

Livingston’s higher fitness level showed going in to the second half, as Livingston racked up nine tries and three conversions in the New Year derby match. It was a fun game to play in and was played in the right spirit to kick off the New Year.  It was the 15th year running that Livingston have regained the Rose Bowl.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 03 January 2007 )
One for and one against
Wednesday, 13 December 2006
THE Scottish Executive has dismissed an appeal against West Lothian Council's refusal of planning permission for  the restoration of former stables outbuilding and concersion to form two houses at Cathlaw House, Torphichen.

However, an appeal against refusal of planning permission for the change of use from public open space to garden ground at 33 Ossian Drive, Murieston, was upheld.

Drink-laden thieves help themselves to load of alcohol
Thursday, 28 September 2006
BETWEEN 1.45 and 2.15am on Tuesday, September 26, three youths were seen loading items from the rear door of Scotmid, Main Street, East Calder, in to a dark coloured Ford car, partial registration mark ‘J334’ or ‘J344’, before driving off in the vehicle.

It was later established that a quantity of alcohol had been stolen from the store.

Any witnesses to this crime, any person with knowledge of the identity of the thieves, or anyone who knows the location and owner of the Ford motor car, is urged to contact either Livingston Police Station (01506-431200) or anonymously contact ‘Crimestoppers’ (0800 555 111).

Tributes paid to young biker killed in crash
Thursday, 28 September 2006
TRIBUTES have been paid to a young Murieston biker killed in a crash on the A909 Burntisland to Cowdenbeath Road at 6.50pm on Friday, September 22.

Stuart Maxwell (22), from Murieston Gardens, Livingston, was a former pupil of James Young High School.

He was killed after colliding with a car.

Tragically, Stuart should have celebrated his 23rd birthday today, September 28.

His family described his death as a "tragic loss"

 

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