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January 2018

Last year West Lothian Council received a £20,000 grant from the Central Scotland Green Network Development Fund, to enable a study along the main water-courses, associated pathways and green corridors (woodlands, parks, etc) north of the River Almond in Livingston, to assess them and identify possible future projects for improving them.
The former Broxburn library is set for a new lease of life following an agreement for the sale of the property to Broxburn Bargain Centre.
West Lothian Council has launched an update to its Tenant Participation Strategy.
West Lothian Council's Development Management Committee has recently approved plans to restore the old Clydesdale Bank on Linlithgow High Street into a restaurant/café.
Linda Baxter has been appointed as the new Head Teacher of Polkemmet Primary School in Whitburn.
West Lothian is set to carry out vital tree management work at Kirkton Park in Bathgate.
Well done to everyone at Ogilvie School Campus who have been praised following a recent inspection for their positive relationships between children and staff.
A fearless West Lothian teenager has fought his way to becoming Scotland's first world Taekwondo Champion in 20 years.
The new centre, which is called Linlithgow Partnership Centre - Tam Dalyell House - has brought a number of local services under one roof and has breathed new life into one of the town's most prominent and historic buildings.
Pumpherston and Uphall Station Community Primary School has been praised for its positive relationships between children and staff.
West Lothian Council is looking for people to take part in a consultation on eligibility criteria for carer support.
West Lothian Council is urging tenants who have rent arrears to get in touch as soon as possible.
Jacob, Emily and Olivia were the most popular names for babies born in West Lothian during 2017.
West Lothian's only recipient of a New Year honour from the Queen has been congratulated for her hard work and dedication.