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Dunfermline and West Fife seat promises to be a tight contest

21 Apr 2015 15:30

THE Dunfermline and West Fife seat will be another in which Labour will be fighting off a strong SNP challenge.

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Cycling website will give you the way ahead!

21 Apr 2015 13:30

A NEW website has been launched to build on the growth of cycling and encourage even more people to take up the activity.

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Diamond Crossgates couple’s special visitors

21 Apr 2015 10:30

JOHN and Lillias Hiscox, of Curling Knowe, Crossgates, celebrated their diamond wedding and were delighted to receive some special visitors.

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Selbie impressed with Score’s record on encouraging young employees

21 Apr 2015 07:00

KENNY Selbie, the Labour candidate for the Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath Constituency in the General Election, paid a visit to one of the business success stories in the area.

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New Cowdenbeath store making excellent progress

20 Apr 2015 18:30

ALDI Stores this week confirmed work is progressing well and on schedule for their new store in Cowdenbeath and it is set for a a possible late summer opening.

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2005’s from Cowdenbeath delighted to see a bit of football history made

THE Blue Brazil Boys Club 2005’s had a tremendous day at Hampden Park, in Glasgow, when Scotland took on Gibraltar in their European Championship qualifying tie and saw a little bit of Scottish football history being made.

Cowdenbeath pupils’ IT uptake is inspirational, says MSP

Net ‘work’ will tackle Cowdenebath High Street pigeon problem

Police investigate Cowdenbeath indecent exposure incident

Tribute to one of Cowdenbeath’s stalwart fans

Cardenden »

Cardenden Community council worries over possible closures

CARDENDEN Community Council is concerned that Fife Council are believed to be proposing to close a number of community buildings in the ABCD area.

Fury over move to dump Cardenden

Cardenden art ‘students’ have real talent

Clean up your act in Cardenden

Rankin praises winners of scholarship

Kelty »

Lippy drunk smashed window

A LIPPY drunk Kelty mechanic talked back to his mum and then smashed a window – because he didn’t like being asked where he had been.

Kelty school is bursting with pride!

Kelty Development Trust?

£1.7m community fund carrot for wind farm

Brown calls for Chancellor to help coal site restoration

Sport »

Euro disappointment for Central Fife duo

CENTRAL FIFE duo Katey Turner and Lucy Graham will miss out on the UEFA Women’s under-19 Championships after Scotland were knocked out in the elite round earlier this month.

21 Apr 2015 07:00

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Lochgelly's Emma in line for British bout

20 Apr 2015 07:00

LOCHGELLY boxing star Emma McCulloch could be in line for a British title fight later this year after showcasing her skills at a national training camp.

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Double medal win for Kieran in Barca

19 Apr 2015 09:30

KIERAN Steer, from Crossgates, continues to excel as an international boccia player and on this occasion it was at the European Continental Cup in Sant Cugat, Barcelona.

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Johnny beats the weather and opponents

18 Apr 2015 11:30

A BLUSTERY afternoon gave way to a pleasant evening at HRP Lochgelly Raceway on Saturday as drivers, teams and fans gathered in good numbers for the latest slice of stock car action presented by Hardie Race Promotions.

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Turbines surround the area and there could be more

IN your 2nd April report on the West Planning Committee’s approval for a 50 metre wind turbine at Cuddyhouse Road, near Kingseat, you quote Councillor Peter Lockhart’s concern about the area becoming “surrounded” by them. The councillor is not alone in his concern.

21 Apr 2015 07:00

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A puzzling stance from SNP in run-up to polling day

20 Apr 2015 07:00

The SNP have stated unequivocally that under no circumstances would they support the Conservatives, which leads voters to the inescapable conclusion that they will be supporting Ed Miliband’s Labour Party.

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Politician's Opinion

17 Apr 2015 09:30

‘IN the aftermath of the Referendum and all the discussion about reforming the UK constitution, a suggestion has been made that there should be a 50:50 ratio of male to female MSPs. I fundamentally disagree with this proposal and I do so for three principal reasons.

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Correspondent feels return of gates is very important

8 Apr 2015 07:00

DOES anyone, like myself, who is a fan of the wonderful NCIS series (Naval Criminal Investigation Service) know that the Medical Examiner, Dr Donald (Ducky) Mallard, is none other than wee Davy McCallum, from Cowdenbeath?

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Kelty dance team preparing for classic show

21 Apr 2015 07:00

PICTURED are this year's dancers for Kelty Musical Association’s forthcoming production of Guys and Dolls.

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It may be spring but panto time can be booked now

20 Apr 2015 07:00

IT'S never too early to talk Christmas – even as the first shoots of spring consign last winter to history.

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Win tickets to Sing-a-Long-a-Dirty Dancing

8 Apr 2015 07:00

THE producers of Sing-a-Long-a Sound of Music and Sing-a-Long-a GREASE bring you their latest interactive film.

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