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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"

 

Two reported following airgun incident
Monday, 25 September 2006
POLICE responded to a call from a motorist that his car had been struck by what appeared to be an air gun pellet while driving on Cousland Road, Livingston, about 4pm on Saturday, September 23.

A search of a nearby wooded area traced two male youths and air weapons.

Both males have been reported to the Procurator Fiscal.

New West Lothian Speed Cameras Go Live
Monday, 25 September 2006
THREE new mobile speed camera sites in West Lothian are now operational from Monday, September 25.

The three new sites in Armadale, Livingston and Longridge will have either the mobile safety camera van or the motorbike visit on a regular basis to ensure drivers stick to the speed limit.

All are located in residential areas where the speed limit is 30 mph. Sites only become eligible for a speed camera if there is a history of crashes and speeding.

This week's mobile speed camera locations in West Lothian are: A71 Breich: A706 Cairnie Place: A899 Lizzie Bryce: A899 Deer Park: A89 Armadale West Main Street: A706 Longridge.

Can you help home new arrival Kaz?
Monday, 18 September 2006

Can you help home new arrival Kaz?

WEST LOTHIAN NEWS has teamed up with the Dogs Trust at West Calder to help home 'New Arrivals'

Every Monday, we'll feature a dog who has newly arrived at the centre and looking for a good home.

  •  This week - we're looking for a home for Kaz.
Kaz is a 6 year old male German Shepherd cross.  Kaz has recently arrived at Dogs Trust West Calder and is looking for a new home.

Kaz can be shy at first but once he gets to know you he is very friendly.  Kaz is a very active dog who loves his walks – Kaz takes every opportunity to go swimming when out on his walks and loves to chase his frisbee.

Kaz would like a quiet household with older children, and would prefer to be the only dog in the home.  Kaz likes to have company for most of the day as he can become worried when left alone.

Kaz will make a loyal and faithful companion.

If you can provide a home for Kaz, phone Dogs Trust on (01506) 873459.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 September 2006 )
This week's speed camera locations in West Lothian
Monday, 18 September 2006
MOBILE speed cameras will be operational at the following locations in West Lothian for the week beginning Monday, September 18:

A706 Cairnie Place, Whitburn; A705 Whitburn West Main St; A899 Deer Park; A705 East Whitburn; A705 Whitburn; A71 Polbeth.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 September 2006 )
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