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Nothing super-fast about BT service in Dunfermline

27 Jan 2015 18:30 • Nicola Scrimgeour

THREE MONTHS without phone or internet access and bills for calls she has been unable to make have left a Dunfermline woman at the end of her tether.

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VIDEO: Transport Scotland's project director gives an update on the Queensferry Crossing

27 Jan 2015 16:14 • Hayley Parr

WITH the Queensferry Crossing visually taking shape across the Forth, the Press caught up with Transport Scotland's project director David Climie.

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'Democracy and friendship' in landmark twinning year for Dunfermline

27 Jan 2015 16:00 • Ted Edmunds

DUNFERMLINE folk singer and friendship ambassador Gifford Lind will be packing more than his guitar with him when he flies out to perform on 31st January at a Burns supper in Dunfermline’s twin town of Trondheim.

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Vandals smash glass panels at Pittencrieff Park glasshouse in Dunfermline

27 Jan 2015 13:00

POLICE are appealing for information after vandals smashed eight glass panels of the glasshouse at Dunfermline’s Pittencrieff Park.

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Kincardine's Unicorn Inn tastes success

27 Jan 2015 12:30 • Ted Edmunds

KINCARDINE’S Unicorn Inn has been awarded a top tourism honour thanks to their great menu and use of Scottish produce.

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The Week in Pictures (22nd January 2015)

Rosyth »

Councillors visit Rosyth schools

ROSYTH councillors Pat Callaghan, Douglas Chapman and Mike Shirkie visited Camdean Primary School on Friday to meet the children and discuss how they support their local community.

Spartans-style academy set for Rosyth

'Great news' as Rosyth fish factory opens

Neeson's grateful family raise £18,000 for the Sick Kids Friends Foundation

£40,000 cannabis haul in Rosyth drugs raid

Duloch »

MSP raises stink over poop practice

DUNFERMLINE’S MSP is raising a stink over the muck on Scotland’s railways – and wants transport minister Keith Brown to help flush it out.

Praise for Fife A&E numbers

Amber weather warning for Fife

Potential bridge closure on Friday

Ice and wind warning for Fife

Dalgety Bay »

New Dalgety Bay sports pitch opening delayed

THE opening of a new £270,000 artificial sports surface scheduled for the end of 2014 in Dalgety Bay has been delayed until at least the middle of this month.

MoD to outline Dalgety Bay beach clean-up

Aldi and jobs come to Dalgety Bay as £4m plan approved

Developer accused of 'ignoring' Dalgety Bay families

Festive bus service reminder

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Dunfermline Athletic's promotion hopes dented by Morton defeat

26 Jan 2015 09:30 • Ross Hart

DUNFERMLINE'S fading promotion hopes suffered another blow on Saturday as they slumped to a two-goal defeat at Morton.

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Carnegie Hockey Club on the brink of promotion play offs

25 Jan 2015 11:30

ALPHA Data Carnegie Hockey Club have an outstanding chance of being involved in the battle to make the top division of the Scottish Indoor League.

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Harder work will improve Dunfermline Athletic form says John Potter

24 Jan 2015 11:30 • Ross Hart

JOHN POTTER accepts that Athletic’s recent results have not been good enough – but believes harder work on the training ground will pay dividends.

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Pitreavie runners were on course at Broxburn

23 Jan 2015 14:30

PITREAVIE athletes enjoyed both individual and team successes in the final East District Cross-Country League meeting of the season at Broxburn on Saturday.

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On the Money: Retirement income expectations

25 Jan 2015 08:30

A RECENT in-depth study by Old Mutual Wealth has thrown up some very interesting findings on the subject of retirement income. I thought it might be of some interest to our readers if we looked at some of their findings and how this might shape attitudes to pensions moving forward.

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Ross 'Teddy' Craig: Do academies fail our most gifted players?

23 Jan 2015 08:30

AS I write this, Celtic and Sheffield United have made bids to sign Gary Mackay-Steven before the end of the season, one of the most extravagantly skillful players to be found in the Scottish Premiership. What I find interesting about ‘GMS’ is that he came through Inverness Caley Thistle’s youth system before being snapped up by Liverpool and Fulham.

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Shouting the odds: Don't write off Dunfermline Athletic's chances at Morton despite winless run

22 Jan 2015 08:30

DUNFERMLINE'S winless league run has reached five matches and a trip to Morton, two places and five points above the Pars, would not be the first choice fixture to arrest the decline. The match is being screened live on BBC Alba for a Saturday 5.30pm kick-off.

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Thomas Docherty MP: Let's hope the parties listen to what the people want when it comes to General Election campaign

20 Jan 2015 10:30

THE country needs honest and robust discussion about how to improve our economy, not juvenile stunts and false claims.

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Skoda revs up the value equation

There was a time when “value for money” was almost an indictment of a car brand, and one name that faced an uphill battle for recognition was Skoda.

24 Dec 2014 09:07

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Carnegie Hall’s Snow White will leave you festively warm and fuzzy

19 Dec 2014 11:10 • Hayley Parr

CARNEGIE Hall's adaptation of Snow White is the perfect family Christmas show sure to leave you festively warm and fuzzy.

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Christmas in Falkirk

27 Nov 2014 14:12

Mince pies and mulled wine are appearing on the supermarket shelves; plans are being made to meet old friends for the annual catch-up; and the kids are cultivating a list for Santa of the latest toys and gadgets... Christmas is in the air!

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