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Fireraising continues unabated
Friday, 01 September 2006

THE summer holiday spate of fireraising in West Lothian continues unabated.

At 3.45am, on Monday, August 7, Fire & Rescue Services were called to a report of a fire in McCallum Court, Armadale.

On arrival, they extinguished a fire on furniture, which had in turn set fire to the garden fence.

Any witnesses, or anyone with information as to the identity of the person(s) responsible for this incident are asked to telephone Armadale  Police Station on 01506 730219 or telephone 'Crimestoppers' in confidence on 0800 555 111.

Between 10 and 10.30pm on Sunday, August 6, a broken down Peugeot 306 motor car was set alight while unattended on Drumshoreland Road, Pumpherston.

Fire & Rescue Services attended and extinguished the fire.

Any witnesses, or anyone with information as to the identity of the person(s) responsible for this incident are asked to telephone Livingston  Police Station on 01506 431200 or telephone 'Crimestoppers' in confidence on 0800 555 111.

Car stolen from driveway
Friday, 01 September 2006

A BLUE Ford Escort was stolen from the driveway of a house in Croftfoot Drive, Fauldhouse, between 3pm on Wednesday, August 2, and 8.45am on Thursday, August 3.

Any witnesses to the incident, or any person who knows the current whereabouts of the vehicle, is requested to contact Livingston Police Station (01506) 431200 or anonymously telephone ‘Crimestoppers’ at 0800 555 111.

West Lothian man killed in Benidorm
Friday, 01 September 2006

A WEST LOTHIAN man died in Benidorm, following a fight in the street on Friday morning, August 3.

Graham Heggie (27) received a blow to the face, after he was attacked by a group of men when making his way back to his apartment with two friends.

Eight French people held after the fight were later released.

Gaming machine forced open in Mid Calder
Friday, 01 September 2006

POLICE responded to an alarm activation at Mid Calder Bowling Club about 3am on Wednesday August 2, and discovered that entry had been gained and a gaming machine within had been forced open.

An as yet unknown amount of coins was stolen.

Any witnesses, or anyone with information as to the identity of the person(s) responsible for this incident are asked to telephone Livingston Police Station on 01506 431200 or telephone 'Crimestoppers' in confidence on 0800 555 111

Boost for West Lothian property
Friday, 01 September 2006

A SURVEY by the ELPG showed that average distance that people would be prepared to travel from their current home is just under 19 miles, allowing emerging property hotspot locations such as Livingston, Linlithgow, and Broxburn to become even more attractive.

ELPG group member Steve Spence, Partner at Neilsons, said the findings signal good news for homeowners in West Lothian.

He told West Lothian NEWS: “The research clearly shows that people put off by Edinburgh’s prices are happy to relocate into West Lothian.  The 19-mile radius from Edinburgh puts most of  West Lothian into this target travel area.

"And while perhaps they may be still drawn to Edinburgh, either for working or socialising, the benefits for local economy from this influx of new dwellers cannot be overstated."

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