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Boghall man wins Lothian Lotto
Friday, 01 September 2006
THE Lothian Lotto has launched a new accumulator draw, giving the chance to win £20,000.

For fuller details,CLICK HERE.

ROBERT Reid, from Boghall, wins the £300 first prize in Livingston FC's Lothian Lotto, drawn on Sunday, August 13, with winning ticket B053 sold by agent Carol Tugman.

Pater Akyeampong, from Mid Calder, is the £150 winner, with ticket B527 sold by agent Susan Fleming. Carol Tugman, from Bathgate, picks up the £30 voucher, with ticket A415 sold by agent Carol Tugman.

£5 prizes went to: R Wilson, Livingston (A880); A Stewart, Howden (B936); John McLeish, Livingston (B250); William Somerville, Livingston (A660); Diana McKain, Mid Calder (B956); Angus Brown, East Calder (B697); Marvin Cameron, Mid Calder (B346); Claire Craig, Dedridge (A705); Frank Farr, Howden (C878); James Shaw, Linlithgow (A252 ) CLICK HERE to become a Lothian Lotto agent

Missing Uphall woman found safe and well
Friday, 01 September 2006

A 24-year-old woman who went missing from the Uphall area on Tuesday, August 8, has been found in London.

Louise Finlay has been suffering from depression and police were concerned that she was very vulnerable.

Originally from Blairgowrie in Perthshire, it was thought that Louise may have intended to return to that area.

Police say that Louise is safe and well .

Almost 500 cases of anti-social behaviour active in district
Friday, 01 September 2006

WEST LOTHIAN Council's neighbourhood response team are dealing with 482 active cases of anti-social behaviour.

In the last month for which figures are available, the number of cases went up by 89.

During the same period, 99 cases were closed.

Rent arrears owing to the council stand at £476,054 an increase on the same period last year.

Police try to get to root of strange theft in Uphall
Friday, 01 September 2006

TWO 'double balled' topiary fir trees, each four feet high and contained in two grey granite effect plant pots, were stolen from a front garden in Station Road, Uphall.

The theft took place between 7pm on Saturday, August 5, and 12 noon on Sunday August 6.

The trees were valued at £350.

Police are appealing for anyone who heard  or saw anyone removing the trees, to contact Broxburn Police Station on 01506 852121 or telephone 'Crimestoppers' in confidence on 0800 555 111.

Chef's recipe for success
Friday, 01 September 2006

EAST CALDER chef Jack Evans has found the recipe for successEAST CALDER chef Jack Evans has found the recipe for success.

For he's won through to the semi-finals of the UK's premier chefs' competition KNORR  National Chef of the Year

Jack joined the new Head Office of Halifax Bank of Scotland eight months ago, following five years as Executive Chef for the Scottish Parliament and a role at Balmoral.

Jack said he is at his happiest when cooking with local produce and is keen to promote Scottish ingredients wherever possible.

He told West Lothian NEWS: “It is an honour to reach the semi-finals for the second time. KNORR National Chef of the Year is the industry’s premier competition and the one that all chefs would love to win!”

Here's Jack's recipe for success: Slow cooked organic baby vegetables, oriental salad, bean & toasted pumpkin seeds, warm gazpachio, with aged balsamic & avocado Perthshire venison loin, parsley tapanade wrapped in Achilibuie ham. Sweet potato, celeriac & wild mushroom slaw with date & suet civet & light redcurrant jus Baked bitter Callebaut chocolate cake, iced coconut soufflé dusted with praline & lime dust, pomegranate, chilli & burnt orange syrup.

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