Dunfermline 3 Stranraer 1
29 Aug 2015 18:30
DUNFERMLINE came out on top in a bad-tempered match at East End Park this afternoon which saw seven yellow cards handed out.
Joggers race to raise charity cash for Muscular Dystrophy
29 Aug 2015 14:30
A GROUP of kind-hearted Dunfermline joggers pulled on their running shoes to keep fit – and raise a four-figure sum for charity.
Jimmy bags Kelty Coal Race win!
29 Aug 2015 09:00
LAST Saturday's Scottish Coal Race produced a first success for Jimmy McIntyre.
Box office: Hollywood stars set for East End!
28 Aug 2015 16:30 • Ross Hart
TWO of Hollywood’s biggest stars are set to grace the Pars’ very own red carpet for next month’s Jock Stein charity match.
Skatepark and Pittencrieff Park targeted in night-time Dunfermline vandal attacks
28 Aug 2015 15:00
DUNFERMLINE'S skatepark and Glen have been targeted by vandals overnight.
Coffee with the cops at Dunfermline cafe
28 Aug 2015 14:30
A COFFEE with the cops initiative recently launched in Dunfermline has been forced to change venue after the closure of Abbot House.
Campaign in memory of Emma hits £15,000
A HEARTBROKEN Rosyth family have raised more than £15,000 in memory of their daughter who died of sepsis – and have now spoken about their experience for a new book.
MP wants safer crossing at Duloch
DUNFERMLINE MP Douglas Chapman is calling for improvements to a zebra crossing which has been labelled “an accident waiting to happen”.
Dunfermline Athletic drawn to play Dundee United in League Cup
27 Aug 2015 15:00 • Ross Hart
DUNFERMLINE will travel to Premiership side Dundee United in the third round of the League Cup after the draw was made at Hampden this afternoon.
Pitreavie hurdler Eilidh Child finishes sixth in World Athletics Championship final
26 Aug 2015 15:45 • Ross Hart
PITREAVIE AAC hurdler Eilidh Child has finished sixth in the final of the 400m hurdles at the World Athletics Championship in Beijing this afternoon.
Dunfermline Athletic shock Dundee in League Cup
25 Aug 2015 22:18 • Ross Hart
FAISSAL EL BAKHTAOUI and Joe Cardle were Dunfermline's heroes as they shocked Dundee on a memorable evening of League Cup drama tonight.
Pitreavie AAC hurdler Eilidh Child through to World Athletics Championship 400m hurdles final
24 Aug 2015 12:55 • Ross Hart
PITREAVIE hurdler Eilidh Child has qualified for the final of the women's 400m hurdles at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing this afternoon (Monday).
Dunfermline Athletic's unbeaten run ended by Peterhead
24 Aug 2015 09:50
DUNFERMLINE'S unbeaten start to the new season was halted with a last-gasp defeat at Peterhead on Saturday.
If decent people do nothing when the law is broken in front of their eyes nothing will change for the better
24 Aug 2015 10:10
WE HEAR all the time about anti-social behaviour from the young – I told off a group of teenage girls in the High Street the other evening who were throwing café chairs about – but older people can be just as bad.
The Week at Holyrood with Dunfermline MSP Cara Hilton: New high schools for Dunfermline is too important to be a political football
11 Aug 2015 11:16
THE school holidays are almost over and unfortunately we’ve not had much in the way of summer weather! The Scottish Parliament is on recess too but it’s been a really busy time in my office dealing with casework and in the constituency, getting out and about, conducting street surgeries.
Don't forget about Inverkeithing High School
20 Jul 2015 15:30
COUNCILLOR Helen Law is right to say that “it is now time to ensure all of our young people in Dunfermline and West Fife are educated in modern, fit-for-purpose facilities” (‘We want £50m for schools’, Press, 16th July). Perhaps because she’s a Dunfermline councillor, she mentions all the high schools in the area except Inverkeithing.
On the Money: Looking to the future
12 Jul 2015 08:30
ONE thing you can be certain of is that the future does not take care of itself. As we leave the UK recession behind us, a valuable lesson has been learned. More of us now accept that the future is not going to take care of itself financially.
The Free-Range Full English Secret
7 Jul 2015 11:24 • Hugh Miller
Ah the perfect full English breakfast. For some it’s a source of national identity and a great start to the morning, for others it’s the only incentive to get out of bed after a long night out. Whatever your opinion on the most heralded of breakfasts, the full English definitely benefits from using the best ingredients you can source, especially your eggs.
Lazy Sunday Afternoon at Abbot House
7 Aug 2015 09:30
LAZY Afternoons will be having a ‘Summer of Live Music’ at Dunfermline’s Abbot House on Sunday at 1pm
13 May 2015 08:52
CORRECTION: Psychic Paula O'Brien's show date
13 May 2015 08:52
An evening with Paula O'Brien is in fact showing at the Carnegie Hall on the Thursday 19th February NOT Friday 20th February as printed in today's (Thursday) paper.
Carrying on the fun with Funbox
13 May 2015 08:52
FUNBOX is a new children’s entertainment company created from the ashes of Fife’s popular show The Singing Kettle.
Irish comedian Ed Byrne to return to the Alhambra Theatre
13 May 2015 08:52
POPULAR Irish comedian Ed Byrne is set to return to the Alhambra Theatre with his brand new show next year.