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Chilly chat at the Carnegie Hall!

1 Feb 2015 14:30

CANADIAN adventurer, author and speaker James Raffan is set to appear at Dunfermline’s Carnegie Hall next Wednesday to discuss life in the Arctic Circle.

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Harry Potter book night at Duloch library

1 Feb 2015 09:00

FEBRUARY 5th will see the first ever Harry Potter Book Night celebrated throughout the world and at Duloch library, they’re getting ready for their own special evening of spellbinding activities.

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Dunfermline High School pupils need your vote in national competition!

31 Jan 2015 14:30

PUPILS from Dunfermline High School are counting on West Fife support this week as the school is shortlisted in a national competition run by the Scottish Youth Parliament.

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West Fife war veteran David Lambert receives Polish honour

31 Jan 2015 09:00 • Ted Edmunds

A WEST Fife RAF flying officer who saw action during the Warsaw Uprising has been awarded a special medal by the Poles in gratitude for his vital contribution to their cause over 70 years ago.

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Carer found guilty of sexually abusing student in Dunfermline

30 Jan 2015 17:00

A MAN who sexually abused a student during rehearsals for a production of Billy Elliot in Dunfermline has been told to expect a lengthy jail sentence.

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The Week in Pictures (29th January 2015)

Rosyth »

New museum for Rosyth?

ROSYTH could get a new museum in time for its Garden City centenary celebrations in 2016 after a developer promised to help deliver the facility.

Cyclist in Rosyth accident

Councillors visit Rosyth schools

£350k roadworks on M876 starts today

Spartans-style academy set for Rosyth

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

Sport »

Rosyth FC nets new sponsorship deal

1 Feb 2015 11:30

A TEAM of young, up and coming footballers from Rosyth have been given a welcome winter boost.

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Perry no-go but Dunfermline Athletic boss John Potter working on late transfer deals

31 Jan 2015 11:30 • Ross Hart

JOHN POTTER has played down reports of a move for Ross Perry but is “working non-stop” to add new faces before Monday.

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Alpha Data Carnegie Hockey Club one game away from top league status

30 Jan 2015 14:30

IN A dramatic finish to Saturday’s Scottish Indoor Hockey League Division Two programme, Alpha Data Carnegie Hockey Club reached the Division One promotion play-offs.

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Dunfermline Athletic appoint Andy Goram as new goalkeeping coach

30 Jan 2015 13:40 • Ross Hart

FORMER Scotland number one Andy Goram has been appointed as Dunfermline Athletic's new goalkeeping coach.

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On the Money: The real cost of divorce

1 Feb 2015 08:30

DIVORCE is a difficult experience for any couple but, increasingly, money and financial arrangements become entwined in difficult and hostile situations.

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It's all in the mind: Try to avoid repeating negative patterns

31 Jan 2015 08:30

Dunfermline-based Slavka Craig holds a first-class degree in psychology, is a qualified analytical hypnotherapist and is currently training in hypno-psychotherapy. Visit hypnolight.co.uk for more information.

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Ross 'Teddy' Craig: David Ginola's bid for FIFA presidency goes beyond a joke

30 Jan 2015 08:30

AT FIRST glance, David Ginola and the late Screaming Lord Sutch may not have too much in common. Once you take into account the glossy- (though now silver) haired Frenchman’s recent decision to run for the FIFA presidency though then the comparison becomes clearer.

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Shouting the odds: Scottish League Cup semi-finals and the American Superbowl take centre stage

29 Jan 2015 08:30

AMERICA'S sporting showpiece, the Superbowl, takes place in Arizona late on Sunday night. Seattle Seahawks, the defending champions, compete against New England Patriots in a battle that the bookmakers cannot separate,

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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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