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Toddlers raring to go at start of new season

1 Sep 2014 14:30

THE new session of Abbey Toddlers starts again today (Monday).

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How much longer before waterfront is used?

1 Sep 2014 11:30 • Siew Peng Lee

THE future of Rosyth’s waterfront again divided councillors when it came up as part of discussions on the FIFEplan proposed Local Development Plan.

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Police appeal for information on A985 hit and run near Limekilns

1 Sep 2014 10:15 • Hayley Parr

POLICE are appealing for information surrounding a hit an run on the A985 near to Limekilns on Friday.

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Fire at Shiresmill Farm

1 Sep 2014 09:30 • Siew Peng Lee

FIREFIGHTERS rushed to Shiresmill Farm near High Valleyfield after a fire broke out yesterday (Sunday).

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Lego model of Forth Road Bridge unveiled

1 Sep 2014 09:30

USING 10,000 bricks and standing almost nine feet tall, a LEGO model of the Forth Road Bridge went on display at the National Museum of Scotland on Monday.

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The Week in Pictures (28 August)

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Parents face anxious wait as referendum delays Pitcorthie Primary School decision

THE uncertainty over the future of closure-threatened Pitcorthie Primary School goes on, with no decision now to be announced until after the independence referendum.

Travellers back at football park before barrier goes up

Campaigner fights on over historic gold relic

Accidental fires rise in Dunfermline

Church closes for renovations

Rosyth »

Time running out for Rosyth warship

LAST-DITCH efforts are being made to save HMS Plymouth – one of the last surviving warships from the Falklands conflict – from being scrapped.

Funfair returns to Rosyth

Councillor claims Dockyard Digs planning breach

1363 OAPS turfed out at night by NHS Fife

Transport Scotland rethink over Park Road crossing

Village News »

Tourism boom for West Fife after Outlander filming

DUNFERMLINE and West Fife’s Local Tourism Association plan to capitalise on the boost in visitor numbers caused by the area being used as a setting in the new Outlander TV series.

Village against 100-home plan

Bloomin' good show coming to Saline

Famous faces at Townhill Gala!

Jam-packed gala in store for Oakley and Comrie

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Dunfermline Athletic earn hard-fought win at Stranraer

1 Sep 2014 09:30 • Ross Hart

MICHAEL MOFFAT was the Pars' hero on Saturday as they edged out Stranraer in a game where both sides ended with 10 men.

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Sandy Wallace cyclist Tom claims Fife Hill Climb title

31 Aug 2014 11:30

WEST FIFE cyclists put their pedal to the mettle last week as they competed in the Fife Hill Climb Championships last Wednesday.

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Dunfermline Athletic's Andrew Stirling aims for Stranraer return

30 Aug 2014 11:30 • Ross Hart

A RETURN to Stranraer is the game Andy Stirling is most looking forward to this season - and he hopes to put his injury hell behind him to feature.

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Gordon Shedden not giving up on BTCC title despite Knockhill 'bodyblow'

29 Aug 2014 14:30 • Ross Hart

GORDON SHEDDEN insists the British Touring Car Championship is all to play for despite suffering a "bodyblow" to his chances at Knockhill on Sunday.

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On the money: Finance and stay-at-home kids

31 Aug 2014 08:30

HAVING adult children living at home is not what many parents bargained for when they made the decision all those years ago to have a baby.

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Shouting the odds: Latest prices on Dunfermline Athletic, Celtic, Rangers and Europa League ties

28 Aug 2014 08:30

DUNFERMLINE look to build on their promising result against Airdrieonians last week when they travel to Stranraer’s Stair Park on Saturday.

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'We're being plagued by magpies in Dalgety Bay!'

27 Aug 2014 08:19

Living in Dalgety Bay, we are experiencing a huge increase in the amount of magpies living in our gardens.

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Ross 'Teddy' Craig: Malky Mackay texts provide untimely reminder of football's ills

24 Aug 2014 08:30

TEXT messages allegedly swapped between Malky Mackay and his former head of recruitment at Cardiff, Ian Moody, have reminded us that football still has a long way to go before the game’s Sky-era shiny image will be go more than skin-deep.

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ForeignFox launch new video

12 Aug 2014 18:12 • Gary Fitzpatrick

After appearing at the Wickerman and Belladrum festivals, ForeignFox released their new video today and will be playing in PJs on Friday.

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The Merrylees posse riding high

8 Aug 2014 16:30 • Gary Fitzpatrick

The Merrylees ride back into town this weekend with their searing brand of Spaghetti Western psychedelia. Guitarist Simon Allan talks to Gary Fitzpatrick about a successful year and their recent tour supporting Paul Weller.

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OSKAR winners make their mark

7 Aug 2014 13:45 • Gary Fitzpatrick

The victors in the inaugural Make Your Mark contest OSKAR look to make the most of their success.

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