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Linlithgow News

An image relating to Investment in pedestrian crossings across West Lothian
Approval has been given for 12 new or upgraded pedestrian crossings across West Lothian.
An image relating to West Lothian art group half century celebrations are picture perfect
Over 50 years of producing top quality art by the members of Livingston Art Association has been celebrated by West Lothian Council.
An image relating to Views to be sought over new West Lothian parking restrictions
New waiting restrictions are being proposed at various locations in West Lothian.
An image relating to Have your say on keeping temporary Spaces for People measures
West Lothian residents are being asked to share their views on whether temporary measures such as reduced 20mph and 40mph speed limits and new cycle lanes should be kept.
An image relating to Covid funding for local improvements
Each of West Lothian's nine council ward areas will each receive £150,000 to support the recovery and renewal in towns and villages.
An image relating to Council agree funding to boost employment
West Lothian Council has been provided with £530,000 to provide additional support in creating job opportunities for residents aged 25 and who have been unemployed for over 12 months.
An image relating to Festive buses given green light
West Lothian Council has awarded a number of contracts to support the local bus network during the festive period.
An image relating to Update on Low Port Centre
The Low Port Centre on Blackness Road, Linlithgow is currently owned by West Lothian Council.
An image relating to West Lothian Council has launched its annual Festive Fiver campaign
The campaign aims to provide every adult who accesses a foodbank in West Lothian over the festive period with a goodie bag filled with toiletries.
An image relating to West Lothian issues vaccine appeal as rates remain high
COVID-19 hasn't gone away and rates in West Lothian remain high.

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