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CONTINUING the regular section in which the Press gives younger members of the West Fife community a platform to have their say on the issues that matter to them. This week, we introduce a new columnist. Woodmill High School pupil Eilidh Reid (16) was elected as a Member of the Scottish Youth Parliament (MSYP) for Dunfermline in the recent Scottish Youth Parliament elections. One of her key election pledges was to improve transport for young people to help with extra-curricular activities, a subject she touches on in her first column for the Press.
ANOTHER week, another set of online behaviours which fall below any behavioural standard but offensive and make it in to the media.
AT A time when there is a recession, why would Fife Council place an even heavier financial burden on families?
What will be the main result of the spectacular forum of enterprise and social innovation to be staged in Italy’s ever-vibrant Milan under the banner World Expo in 2015?
What is 'inbound' marketing? The term "inbound" means, quite simply, using the many ways of bringing potential customers "in" to your business ambit.
Hi, I'm Heather. I'm a new mum to the gorgeous Sam and a new wife to the lovely Euan. We're committed to being as 'green' as possible while we find our feet as a new family. This is where I share our experience of eco-friendly child-raising in and around West Fife. I'm in the process of building a website but in the meantime, you can find me at www.facebook.com/WeeGreenMummy or follow me on Twitter: @WeeGreenMummy.
IS it reasonable for parents and other educators to expect wider society to regulate our behaviour to help set correct examples to other people's children?