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Roy backs Bill to end bedroom tax

18 Apr 2014 07:00

MP Lindsay Roy is backing Labour’s Bill to end the bedroom tax.

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Cowdenbeath charity knit gathers momentum

17 Apr 2014 18:30

PICTURED are members of Cowdenbeath Horticultural Society with some of the first entries for this year’s Charity Knit which will be held at the George Bird Flower Show over the weekend Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th September.

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Brassed Off winner

17 Apr 2014 15:30

THE winner of our competition to win tickets to see Brassed Office at the King’s Theatre, Edinburgh, on Wednesday 30th April is Mrs Diane Venters, Farm Road, Cowdenbeath.

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Gillian prepares for London test

17 Apr 2014 13:30

TWO Fife College hairdressing students have shown they’ve got what it takes to cut colour and style hair after winning the Scottish Regional finals of the prestigious hairdressing competition, Wella Exposure.

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Good start to sales of Lochgelly author’s first book

17 Apr 2014 10:30

LOCHGELLY author Christina Banach has been given a major boost as her first book has gone on sale.

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Cowdenbeath »

Big boost for club's Easter holiday programme fund

STAFFat Cowdenbeath After School Club, Mandy, Linda, Nicky, Laura, Kelley, and treasurer Isobel, all had a fantastic night in Hill of Beath Club at their Joe’s Band fund-raiser

'Free-for-all' let Remploy workforce down

New care plan under the microscope

Councillors step down with warm praise from chairman

Cowdenbeath archer gets sports council honour

Cardenden »

Vandalism inquiries bring result in Cardenden

VANDALISM to vehicles in Cardenden has run into thousands of pounds but police have this week reported success in their inquiries.

Fiona is ticket winner

Police investigate Cardenden shed raids

A taste of Africa in Cardenden!

Rankin scholarships give students major boost

Crossgates »

Play your part in planting over 400 trees at The Taft

CROSSGATES Community Woodland will be planting free trees in The Taft, from the Woodland Trust to improve their local area and help the native woodland cover.

Coal companies must pay for restoration, say Trust

Sinead is Crossgates Gala Queen 2014

Business community invited to take part in new wind project

Local coal back in the Longannet mix

Sport »

Huge games for Cowdenbeath, starting with Livi

18 Apr 2014 07:00

COWDENBEATH’S task is a simple one, in real terms, if they want to avoid the SPFL Championship play-offs, win their last three games.

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Haws have top five finish in their sights

17 Apr 2014 07:00

SATURDAY saw a clean sweep of victories for the local junior sides with the six in action all collecting wins.

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Late goal denies reserves

16 Apr 2014 09:00

A LAST gasp equaliser denied a young Cowden side all three points in last week’s Reserve League Cup derby game at New Bayview.

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Haws make last eight of Fife and Lothians in a thriller

16 Apr 2014 07:00

NORTH Division Kennoway gave Hill of Beath Hawthorn a tough game in this DFT Fife and Lothians Cup-tie at Keir's Park last night.

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Area to lead the way in care for senior citizens

18 Apr 2014 07:00

THE new idea of care for the elderly in the Cowdenbeath-Lochgelly area seems to be a very radical modern one.

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Politician's Opinion

17 Apr 2014 07:00

‘WITH only 154 days until the Referendum on Scottish Independence I wanted to use my column this week to highlight the importance of registering to vote.

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Poem brought a chuckle

16 Apr 2014 07:00

I HAD a wee chuckle at the piece (pardon the pun) ‘The pit piece’.

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Memorial garden to honour local man who died in World War One

15 Apr 2014 07:30

REGARDING the recent letters from “Grave Concern” and “Annoyed”, I would like to make them aware of one or two facts they seem not to know.

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Four day run for Des Dillon’s hit comedy

18 Apr 2014 07:00

GOLDFISH Theatre presents the return of Des Dillon’s hit comedy…’Singing I’m No a Billy He’s A Tim’

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A Slow Air is worth a look

17 Apr 2014 07:00

BORDERLINE Theatre, in association with the Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock, are delighted to present David Harrower’s A Slow Air at the Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy, today Thursday 17th .

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Win tickets to see Uncle Varick

16 Apr 2014 07:00

THIS week we give readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to Uncle Varick, by John Byrne, which starts a run at the King’s Theatre, in Edinburgh, next month.

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