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An image relating to Step forward for new East Calder Primary School
Plans to deliver the replacement East Calder Primary School have been approved.
An image relating to Stop illegal use of motor and quad bikes ruining West Lothian's countryside
West Lothian residents are being encouraged to report any illegal motor or quad bike use in our open spaces, parks and country parks to the police.
An image relating to West Lothian community councils re-formed
Two Livingston community councils are set to be re-formed.
An image relating to Livingston couple celebrate Platinum wedding anniversary
Congratulations to Murieston's Jimmy and Nancy Keenan on an amazing 70 years of wedded bliss.
An image relating to Grants for two community council special projects
Torphichen and Ladywell Community Councils have been allocated funds for special projects in their area.
An image relating to Lease agreed for new sports facility site
Livingston could be in line for a new community tennis and multi-sports facility after West Lothian Council agreed to lease land for the project.
An image relating to Lanthorn Centre work progressing
Work to repair and re-open the Lanthorn Centre in Livingston is progressing.
An image relating to LED lighting programme saves over £2 million per year
The ambitious programme to change all of West Lothian street lighting to energy efficient LED is nearly complete.
An image relating to Help with costs - campaign launched
A campaign has been launched in West Lothian to provide local residents with cost of living advice
An image relating to New school for Craigshill
West Lothian Council is to apply for funding that, if successful, would result in a new primary school and nursery being built in Craigshill, Livingston.
An image relating to  Festive buses given green light
West Lothian Council has awarded a number of contracts to support the local commercial bus network during the festive period.
An image relating to Have your say on budget reduction measures - survey open now
The council will shortly be launching a public consultation on a range of budget measures that aim to reduce spending, alter local services and address the council's budget gap.