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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.
An image relating to New use sought for Low Port Centre
West Lothian Council is looking at potential alternative uses for the Low Port Centre in Linlithgow.
An image relating to Fairtrade Fortnight begins in West Lothian
West Lothian Council is marking Fairtrade Fortnight from Monday 22 February to Friday 7 March to help ensure producers in the developing world getting a fair deal.
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West Lothian residents are being encouraged to sign up online for this year's Fairtrade Fortnight.
An image relating to Runner up award for Linlithgow Primary at Euroquiz finals
Knowledgeable Linlithgow Primary pupils achieved a fantastic second place finish in the Scotland-wide Euroquiz.