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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.
Changes to brown bin collection schedules will begin from Monday 29 November.
An image relating to Funeral poverty scheme extended
Funeral poverty is an increasing reality for many people throughout the UK where people find themselves in a position where the cost of a funeral outweighs their ability to pay.
An image relating to Changes for West Lothian Asymptomatic Testing Sites
Locations where local residents can go for Asymptomatic Covid-19 Testing are set to change.
An image relating to How to dispose of your old Smoke Detectors
Residents are being urged not to put old smoke detectors into their grey or blue household bins.
An image relating to Plants planted for former patients of Bangour Village Hospital
A kind-hearted Linlithgow resident has helped highlight the poignant story behind some of the former patients of Bangour Village Hospital.