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- WHAT'S ON: 'Make Your Mark' kicks off tonight
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19 Apr 2014 12:30
AN INVERKEITHING and Dalgety Bay councillor has expressed concerns at the amount of dog waste on the coastal path in her patch.
19 Apr 2014 07:00
DUNFERMLINE’S Labour MSP Cara Hilton has claimed a party victory over the ‘bedroom tax’ – but Fife Council’s leader says the local authority could be £1.3million short to offset the impact.
18 Apr 2014 16:30
A CAMPAIGN created in the memory of a Rosyth student who died of sepsis has raised £3000 for charity.
18 Apr 2014 16:14
FIFE COUNCIL has been blasted by one of its own workers for the four-years late and £11 million over-budget flood prevention scheme “fiasco”.
18 Apr 2014 13:30
CRASHES on Fife’s roads where someone was injured fell to a record low last year, according to new figures which will be reported to Fife Council’s safer communities committee next week.
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POLICE have appealed for information following a series of break-ins and acts of “mindless vandalism” across West Fife.
A CAMPAIGN aimed at raising awareness of sepsis is being launched in Dunfermline today (Thursday).
SIX-YEAR-OLD Masterton Primary pupil Gemma Brown is raising cash for charity by selling her drawings at the school gates.
RESIDENTS of Inverkeithing’s Fraser Avenue will be asked if they want to stay or go as part of Fife Council’s regeneration plans for the street.
BLEARY-EYED West Fifers woke up to the sight of a giant inflatable Scottish Cup floating across the glorious blue skies of West Fife this morning.
THE National Trust for Scotland are running a Cadbury Easter Egg Trail at Culross Palace on Easter weekend.
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19 Apr 2014 11:00 • Ross Hart
ALEX WHITTLE has watched two of his friends steer Liverpool towards title glory - and has his heart set on a dream double by winning the play-offs.
18 Apr 2014 14:30 • Ross Hart
DUNFERMLINE Rugby Club head coach Derek O'Riordan admitted he was relieved that his players clinched promotion despite losing at Orkney on Saturday.
18 Apr 2014 11:00
THE opening round of the 2014 Super Lap Scotland Championship is set to explode into action this Sunday at Knockhill Racing Circuit after Knockhill Motor Sports Club received a bumper entry.
17 Apr 2014 16:45
KIERAN STEER achieved one of his goals for 2014 by winning his first Scottish BC4 singles title in Stirling.
19 Apr 2014 08:30
AS A councillor, the greatest volume of constituent issues I dealt with were housing-related and, in particular, people trying to get a house or to get a transfer to housing that was more suitable to meet their needs. As an MSP I am finding this is still the case with the highest volume of case work relating to housing.
18 Apr 2014 08:30
AT THE business end of the season, where trophies and relegation are being decided, the pressure is always ramped up even further on football club managers.
17 Apr 2014 08:30
DUNFERMLINE, despite their continuing lull in form, last week clinched the 7/1 payout for punters that backed them to win the league without Rangers.
16 Apr 2014 08:30
THE isle of Islay is part of the Southern Hebrides and is home to eight working malt whisky distilleries.
17 Apr 2014 10:30 • Gary Fitzpatrick
There's a great prize up for grabs as the 'Make Your Mark' competition starts in Dunfermline tonight.
17 Apr 2014 09:35 • Gary Fitzpatrick
LostAlone come north following the release of their new album last week. See their new video here.