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- MATCHREPORTS: Kelty Hearts' unbeaten Super League run ended by Bo'ness
- OPINION: Ross 'Teddy' Craig: Football and the Peter Principle
- WHAT'S ON: Christmas in Falkirk
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19 Dec 2014 09:30 • Siew Peng Lee
A WEST FIFE MSP is hoping to lead by example by not claiming for travel expenses – “because none of my constituents would be paid to get to their place of work”.
19 Dec 2014 07:00 • Ted Edmunds
WEST FIFERS are being warned not to give out personal information over the phone as police probe phone scams in the area.
19 Dec 2014 07:00 • Nicola Scrimgeour
FAMILY and friends are paying tribute to a well-loved member of the Pars community, Alastair ‘Robbie’ Eglington, who sadly died aged just 38 last week.
18 Dec 2014 17:30 • Ally McRoberts
FIFE Council has insisted that pubs and clubs in the Kingdom will be open over the festive season despite 765 personal licences being revoked.
18 Dec 2014 16:00
A MAN has been charged after being caught urinating in public in the Duloch area earlier this month.
The Week in Pictures (18 December)
A DUNFERMLINE mum is questioning how The Salvation Army got her 15-year-old daughter’s contact details to send her a letter asking for donations.
A DINNER lady at St John’s Primary, Rosyth was given a fitting send-off at her retirement presentation last Tuesday afternoon.
Frankie & Benny’s Dunfermline provided Primary 1s and 2s at Duloch Primary School with kit bags on Tuesday.
POLICE are looking for an elderly woman after members of the public saw her being approached by a man on Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithing yesterday morning.
A DALGETY Bay company that has developed an innovative live shellfish transportation system were given a huge financial boost last Wednesday as they scooped the maximum £100,000 at the ScotEdge awards in Edinburgh.
A RESIDENT and carer at Bandrum nursing home in Saline, Dunfermline have delighted their friends and colleagues by being shortlisted for two top honours at the annual Scottish Care Awards.
18 Dec 2014 14:30 • Ross Hart
KELTY HEARTS' unbeaten Super League run came to an end at Bo'ness on Saturday in the only junior match to beat the weather in the East Region. We also look ahead to Rosyth's top-of-the-table South Division clash at Whitburn on Saturday.
18 Dec 2014 12:30 • Ross Hart
OUTGOING boss Jim Jefferies has paid tribute to the club’s “fantastic” supporters and urged them to get behind new boss John Potter this weekend.
17 Dec 2014 11:30
CARNEGIE HARRIERS made a donation to Fife Palliative Care Services, who had been responsible for the care of one of the club’s runners who died of ovarian cancer last year, before their training session on Thursday 4th December.
16 Dec 2014 14:30 • Ross Hart
DUNFERMLINE Water Polo Club’s senior men followed in the footsteps of their under-16 counterparts by being crowned league champions without losing a match.
19 Dec 2014 08:30
WE OFTEN hear that football is a business unlike any other but there are some instances in which a clear parallel with the normal business world can be drawn. For instance, the Peter Principle is often referred to in business. It’s the principle that people will be promoted to one level beyond their actual level of competence. That’s certainly something that has been seen in football over the years.
18 Dec 2014 08:30
THE PARS, after a poor result at the weekend and faced with the news of the resignation of manager Jim Jeffries have to regroup for the visit of fellow promotion challengers Stranraer on Saturday.
14 Dec 2014 08:30
INVESTING into a pension for a child instead of giving them a Christmas gift may seem like a strange idea but for all the presents you can give them now, nothing can compare to a lump sum of money which has been left invested for 40 years and is specifically for their retirement.
12 Dec 2014 08:30
BARRY HEARN, a man associated with great success in promoting events across boxing, darts and snooker, as well as being chairman of Leyton Orient, was recently invited to speak to the SFA at their inaugural convention. If we were to give the SFA any credit from recent years, it would be for arranging a speaker who was prepared to let them have it during his talk.
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!
9 Oct 2014 11:05 • Hayley Parr
THE HILARITY leaked out into the foyer leaving Alhambra’s first showing of Simon Beufoy’s The Full Monty.
15 Sep 2014 14:22
Anyone struggling to find a job in Aberdeen may look askance at the idea that the Granity City is a boom town these days, but in real terms - measured against a UK jobs market in the doldrums - it’s still a city of wealth and opportunity. There are the usual stories which abound across Scotland of projects stalled or scaled back, but the overall trend is steady growth - and often of the kind that needs a regular infusion of talent from a readymade local pool of talent.