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PEOPLE living in the poorest parts of Fife - such as Abbeyview in Dunfermline and Inverkeithing's Fraser Avenue - are dying eight years earlier than those living in the Kingdom's most affluent areas.
WEST FIFERS are to have a say on the future of a Dunfermline clinic. The Carnegie Clinic, as well as the Abbeyview Clinic, could "potentially close" following the relocation of services to Queen Margaret Hospital.
RESIDENTS in Dunfermline's eastern expansion are taking on a "David versus Goliath" fight against Tesco's plans to extend its Duloch Park store.
ROSYTH residents have raised concerns over "useless" Fife Council 'hydrosacks' distributed help prevent flooding.
DUNFERMLINE'S Gillespie Memorial Church are celebrating a godsend of nearly £250,000 towards developing a community hub.
DUNFERMLINE'S Lochhead landfill site will help turn trash into cash in a Fife Council green plan.
DUNFERMLINE'S £100,000 Garden for Heroes is on schedule to open by Remembrance Day this year, despite suffering a setback.
A BRAVE Rosyth boy who lost an eye to a rare form of cancer has put out a defiant message to the disease ahead of a charity race this month.
AN EDUCATION management system for teachers which costs Fife Council £200,000 a year to run has been slammed as "not fit for purpose".
THE family of a baby girl who had a major operation just four days after birth will hold two fund-raisers this month as a thank-you.
YEE-HAW! Get ready for a rootin' tootin' time as the 'Wild West' comes to West Fife on Saturday!
DUNFERMLINE'S number one public pool was shut today (Thursday)... due to a number two.
INVERKEITHING and Dalgety Bay councillor Dave Dempsey (pictured) is proposing that road signs in Fife be in English-only.
A PETITION fighting the closure of Crombie Primary School is under way - but villagers won't be fighting Fife Council on the "numbers game".
DRIVERS in Dunfermline will soon be using parking meters and paying by mobile phone as part of new parking measures approved for the city centre.
A DUNFERMLINE High pupil is in the driving seat after winning a car for a year.
ALLAN Smith scored his first senior goal on Saturday and immediately dedicated it to his "number one fan" - his grandad.
SEVEN goals, three red cards, two penalties (one missed), coaches sent to the stands, and even a Geoff Hurst-type did-it-didn't-it shot... it was drama overload as Dunfermline pulled off the great escape at East End Park on Saturday.
A NURSE suspended for sticking a notice saying 'feed me' on an elderly tube-fed patient at Lynebank Hospital has been found working in Leys Park Care Home.
"THEY were supposed to come up with a business plan - where is it? We were told there would be a business plan within a year - where is it?"