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Nurse faces being struck off after swearing at residents

A NURSE faces being struck off after swearing at residents and threatening to “hunt down” a staff member at a Kelty care home.

3 Sep 2014 07:30 • Siew Peng Lee

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Clued Up teenagers paint the stage at Pittencrieff Park in Dunfermline

3 Sep 2014 07:20

A GROUP of six teenage girls from the Clued Up Project spent their summer taking part in positive activities – including painting the stage at the Glen.

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'Satisfied' council attacked over leisure centre overspend

2 Sep 2014 16:45 • Gary Fitzpatrick

THE spiralling cost of the Carnegie Leisure Centre refurbishment has again come under fire from MSP Alex Rowley, who believes no lessons have been learned by Fife Council.

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Celebration for Carnock playpark opening

2 Sep 2014 14:30

FAMILIES enjoyed the official opening of the new playpark in Carnock last Saturday – an area built through efforts of the community.

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No referendum sticker campaign ban for Fife Council vehicles

2 Sep 2014 14:20

FIFE COUNCIL staff have escaped the referendum sticker ban being handed out in parts of the country, but have been warned that they must remain neutral as the September voting date draws closer.

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Provost opens new heart charity shop

BRITISH Heart Foundation (BHF) Scotland shop staff and volunteers were joined by Provost Jim Leishman at the opening of the Dunfermline BHF Scotland Furniture and Electrical store at Queen Anne Street in Dunfermline on Tuesday.

Highland Games first for the Glen

Sunny day out at Abbeyview Children's Festival

Firefighters warn hoax callers: You'll be cut off

Parents face anxious wait as referendum delays Pitcorthie Primary School decision

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Gala fun for Carnock and Gowkhall

CARNOCK and Gowkhall Gala entertained families on Saturday with a number of old-time favourite events and some new additions.

Forth bridges theme for village show

Tourism boom for West Fife after Outlander filming

Village against 100-home plan

Bloomin' good show coming to Saline

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Plans for cycle speedway facility on track

2 Sep 2014 16:30 • Ross Hart

PROPOSALS to create Fife's first outdoor cycle speedway track in Dunfermline have moved a step closer after plans were submitted to Fife Council.

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Commonwealth Games hurt can push boxer Connor Law to pro glory

2 Sep 2014 13:00 • Ross Hart

CONNOR LAW is aiming to put his Commonwealth disappointment behind him and move forward in the ring after confirming he is leaving the amateur ranks.

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Destination Judo Club's Kirsty Marsh picked for UK School Games

1 Sep 2014 16:15

INVERKEITHING High School pupil Kirsty Marsh has been selected to represent Scotland at judo at the Sainsbury's UK School Games to be held in Manchester from 4th-6th September.

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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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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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