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No end in sight to Bothwell Street roadworks in Dunfermline

17 Dec 2014 16:55 • Ted Edmunds

SCOTTISH Water’s month-long work near the Jet garage on Bothwell Street in Dunfermline looks set to continue with drivers having to contend with cones and barriers for a little longer.

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Green fingered patients muck in at Queen Margaret Hospital

17 Dec 2014 15:30

PATIENTS with learning disabilities at Queen Margaret Hospital have been helping to improve the environment and learn new skills by getting involved in a community gardening project.

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Police issue CCTV images after assault in Dunfermline city centre

17 Dec 2014 14:07

POLICE have issued CCTV images of the man they wish to trace in connection with an assault in Dunfermline city centre.

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Raving reviews for Dunfermline Live!

17 Dec 2014 13:30 • Hayley Parr

DUNFERMLINE Live rounded off a successful year by holding a celebratory gig which was part of PJ Molloy’s Youth Music Programme.

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Bonny Babies 2014 Top 10 unveiled in tomorrow's Press

17 Dec 2014 12:30

IT'S the final countdown in our brilliant Bonnie Baby 2014 competition and today we’re featuring the top 10 cute kids in the running for the fantastic £300 cash prize!

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Dunfermline Athletic statement: Jim Jefferies agrees to 'step aside' as manager

WITHIN the last few minutes, Dunfermline Athletic have issued a statement confirming that boss Jim Jefferies has agreed to step aside from his position with immediate effect.

Body found in Dunfermline

Maths stars are top of the class!

Cameras in cabs make taxi drivers feel 'safer'

Take a virtual view of Dunfermline Abbey and Palace

Rosyth »

Disappointment as Rosyth social work office closes

THE SOCIAL work office on Park Road in Rosyth closed its doors last month as part of Fife council’s plans to “modernise and transform the way it works.”

£8m needed to solve bed-blocking crisis

Met Office weather warning for Friday

Severe disruption to Fife Circle trains

Rosyth playgroup to close before Christmas

Dalgety Bay »

Dalgety Bay fish firm awarded £100,000

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.

Bayside score new sponsorship deal

Lawyer found dead at Dalgety Bay home

Dalgety Bay gala under threat

£11,000 drugs bust in week-long crackdown

Sport »

Carnegie Harriers running club support Fife Palliative Care

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.

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Dunfermline Water Polo Club senior men win Scottish National League title

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.

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High Valleyfield cyclist Eileen Roe 'living the dream' Down Under with Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling

16 Dec 2014 11:30 • Ross Hart

EILEEN ROE admits that racing for top cycling outfit Wiggle Honda is a “dream come true” after she enjoyed a stunning debut in Australia at the weekend.

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Dunfermline Athletic statement: Jim Jefferies agrees to 'step aside' as manager

16 Dec 2014 10:30

WITHIN the last few minutes, Dunfermline Athletic have issued a statement confirming that boss Jim Jefferies has agreed to step aside from his position with immediate effect.

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On the Money: Christmas idea for grandparents

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.

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Ross 'Teddy' Craig: Why snooker boss Barry Hearn was able to live out the fantasy of most Scottish football fans

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.

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Shouting the odds: Dunfermline Athletic aim to bounce back from Scottish Cup defeat against Stranraer by winning at Airdrieonians

11 Dec 2014 08:30

THE PARS bid to record their third league win on the bounce as the Scottish Division One programme continues on Saturday.

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Cara Hilton MSP: The new package of powers for Holyrood will allow our Parliament to deliver local answers to local questions

9 Dec 2014 11:30

WHATEVER side you were on in the referendum, there can be no doubting the appetite for more powers for Holyrood. During the campaign, Scottish Labour promised following a No vote, the Scottish Parliament would be made permanent and provided with extensive new powers, especially over tax and welfare.

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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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Review: The Full Monty

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.

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Jobs in Aberdeen are a mouse click nearer

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.

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