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Zoolab visit gives kids the creeps!

16 Sep 2014 15:30

KIDS at Lumphinnans Primary were entertained and enthralled by spiders, snakes and other creepy-crawlies when Zoolab dropped by.

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BRAG base for youth jobs initiative

16 Sep 2014 13:30

YOUNG people looking to find their way into a job have been learning vital skills from Fife construction businesses at the Crosshill Centre.

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Spring start planned on Cowdenbeath ‘care village’

16 Sep 2014 10:30

WORK will start in the spring on the new multi million pound care village which will be built in Lumphinnans to replace Jenny Gray House and Valley House residential homes.

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Apprentices in for the long haul, hopes company

16 Sep 2014 07:00

D&G Autocare’s apprentices have grown in number to seven with several new teenagers recently joining the firm, two of them local lads.

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Silver gilt award shows that Cowdenbeath looks good thanks to volunteers

15 Sep 2014 18:30

COWDENBEATH Environment Group has done it again with the town being award a silver gilt award which was presented at an awards evening at the Rothes Halls, Glenrothes.

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Lochgelly »

Mythical time at Lochgelly's Jennie Lee!

THE end of August saw the close of the national Summer Reading Challenge at the Jennie Lee Library, in Lochgelly, and the last of the storytelling and craft sessions held throughout the school holidays

Lochgelly community choir seeks new member

Lochgelly ‘Forward’ planning can bring massive boost

Lochgelly’s amazing Sunflowers!

Lochgelly kids do brilliantly on bridge walk for Huntington’s

Cardenden »

Over 7000 youngsters flocked to ‘Splash Out for Nowt’

LATEST figures released by the region’s leading sports and leisure provider show that the number of youngsters visiting their local leisure centre this summer has increased.

Councillor steps up bid to increase pond safety at Westfield

Cluny project finished ahead of schedule

All the fun of Cardenden Fair

Anti-racism protester sentenced for racist remarks in Cardenden

Kelty »

Former Kelty teacher reaches 100

FORMER Oakfield Secondary school teacher in Kelty, Mary Duncan M.A., enjoyed her 100th Birthday Party at Erigmore House at Birnam , Dunkeld.

Duo jailed for ‘cowardly’ crime

Kelty pipers make good impression on World stage

Yes versus No in Kelty

Kelty resident in bid for new takeaway

Sport »

Cowden united in new youth partnership to preserve link

16 Sep 2014 07:00

COWDENBEATH Football Club and the Cowdenbeath United youth set-up are to form a new Community Football Partnership.

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No luck Blues

15 Sep 2014 07:00

WHAT hard luck for Cowden. After twice hitting the woodwork, then fighting back from a goal down to take the lead, they ended up losing in the fourth minute of time added on, at Easter Road, on Saturday.

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Gilchrist takes Irish open title with impressive display

14 Sep 2014 09:30

WITH the doors of HRP Lochgelly Raceway closed for a couple of weeks due to events elsewhere; many of the Hardie Race Promotions drivers took advantage of the opportunity to hit the road and take in an event away from home.

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Revved up and ready to go

13 Sep 2014 09:30

IT is every sportsperson’s aspiration to become World Champion in their respective sport whether it be as an individual or as part of a team and in BriSCA formula II stock cars it certainly is no different than it would be in any other sport.

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Flower of Scotland, will it still be sung by the ‘No’ brigade?

WILL those who vote ‘No’ in the Scottish referendum still sing the Scottish national anthem ‘Flower of Scotland’?

16 Sep 2014 07:00

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Yes campaign is a ‘hark back to the miners’ strike’

15 Sep 2014 07:00

THE Yes campaign for independence is strongly reminiscent of the miners’ strike.

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Ideas wanted for new civic square

12 Sep 2014 07:00

IT is good that the central area of Lochgelly is to be given a fresh look under the regen plans and the important aspect of it all is that the people of the town are to be given a say in what the new town square will look like.

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Politician's Opinion

11 Sep 2014 07:00

‘It’s been an exciting and busy few weeks for me. I have been working hard establishing bases for my surgeries throughout the Cowdenbeath area. I held my first surgery last week, at Bowhill Centre, and In the next few weeks I shall be holding surgeries in the various towns and villages within the constituency.

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Brown’s book reveals thoughts on Referendum debate

15 Sep 2014 07:00

WHILE Scotland prepares to go to the ballot box for the independence Referendum on September 18th, local politician and ex-Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, has released a book called, “My Scotland, Our Britain

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Jenny Malcolm dancers at Centre

12 Sep 2014 07:00

JOIN the Jenny Malcolm Dance Shool for a spectacular evening of dance at Lochgelly Centre.

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Sunset Song at the Adam Smith

11 Sep 2014 07:00

SELL a Door Theatre Company’s touching production of Sunset Song comes to Adam Smith Theatre this week, running from Thursday 11th September to Saturday 13th September.

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