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|Upgraded Tennis Courts in Ladywell set to open|
Two Livingston tennis courts have been given a new lease of life to encourage more people to take part in the sport.
|Air Quality Management Consultation - Broxburn|
|A 6-week consultation process on a finalised Air Quality Action Plan (AQAP) in Broxburn runs from Friday 29 September 2017 to Friday 10 November 2017. Broxburn was declared a Quality Management Area (AQMA) in March 2011 due to the levels of air pollution exceeding Air Quality Objectives.
|Rare dark native honey bees spotted in West Lothian|
|Endangered dark native honey bees have been found in West Lothian.
West Lothian Council's Pest Control team found the nest of the rare honey bees, which are the native bee of Scotland, at a callout in Winchburgh recently.
The resident reported two wasp nests, and on inspection, one of the nests was actually a honey bee nest. A specialist beekeeper was contacted to remove the swarm, who identified the bees as very rare dark native honey bees, which are normally only found in remote parts of the UK.
|Nominate your Local Sporting Hero|
|Nominations are wanted for those who have contributed most to sporting life in West Lothian in the last year.
West Lothian Council's Celebrating Sport Awards 2017 offers an exciting opportunity to bring the local sporting community into the limelight.
|Council’s budget gap increases to £73.3 million|
|The financial challenges facing West Lothian Council over the next five years have been revised following recent developments concerning public sector pay.
The council had been anticipating a budget shortfall of more than £66 million between 2018/19 and 2022/23.
However, recent developments concerning public sector pay and additional pressures in social care budgets have meant that West Lothian Council is now making plans to bridge an expected budget gap of £73.3 million over the next five years.
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