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IT SOUNDS like a Bargain Hunt that David Dickinson would be proud of - a developer has offered £1 for a site Fife Council wants £174,000 for.
FEARS that extensive corrosion would be found in the anchorages of the Forth Road Bridge have proved unfounded.
A BOOK about the Pars penned by nine fans has raised £8000 - and that's before they've even sold a copy.
DUNFERMLINE'S controversial flood prevention scheme is now £20million more costly than first estimated but will finally be completed this summer.
AN NHS chief said plans to stop people smoking at hospital entrances won't work unless there's a sanction.
UNDER pressure A&E staff have had to deal with time-wasters who turned up with hangovers or were suffering from a verruca.
PARTICK Thistle are the latest club to help the Pars by offering to hand over gate money from next month's clash.
THE PARS' match against Dumbarton is bigger than any promotion showdown or cup final according to Jim Jefferies.
THE future of the Pars will be determined in days as a group of unnamed fans tries to agree a rescue deal with Gavin Masterton.
PARS chairman John Yorkston said the club had requested that their Hampden hearings be postponed.
PARS ALIVE gave £10,000 to the staff support fund last week and Margaret Ross backed calls for fans to turn out in huge numbers on Saturday.
COMMONWEALTH Games hopeful Connor Law will bid to give his Glasgow chances a boost by landing the Scottish belt.
THE PARS are hoping to complete a clean sweep of wins over their 'friendly' neighbours Raith in today's derby (Saturday).
NHS FIFE is investing £2.7million and recruiting 30 more doctors and nurses after a flood of complaints about the Victoria Hospital.
COWDENBEATH and Hamilton have reported the Pars to the SFA and SFL for non-payment of cash owed from matches this month.
LONDON Olympian Eilidh Child has won West Fife's top sporting honour for an unprecedented sixth year in a row.
WEST FIFE'S sporting stars of 2012 will be crowned at the region's annual sports 'Oscars' on Wednesday.
THE PARS share issue - due to be launched yesterday (Wednesday) - has been delayed by a few days because of "one or two minor amendments".
PLANS to establish a car sales area "similar to the Motor Mile in Perth" are being revived at Kingdom Services in Halbeath.
WEALTHY backers have pledged £250,000 to help turn the Pars into a fan-owned club.