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First Kelty phase gets green light

24 Oct 2014 18:30

THE FIRST phase of a new housing development in Kelty has been approved, with work expected to start on the site next month.

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Cowdenbeath man's run in memory of uncle

24 Oct 2014 15:30

A FORMER Cowdenbeath man ran in the Edinburgh Marathon for asbestos sufferers in memory of his late uncle who died two years ago.

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Call to arms for more homes from anxious Kelty dad

24 Oct 2014 13:30

A DAD from Kelty is urging Fife councillors to join the debate about homes in Fife for the sake of young people like his children, who are forced to pay ‘ludicrous’ amounts in rent because they can’t buy.

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Benarty skatepark project benefits from Games legacy

24 Oct 2014 10:30

BENARTY Skatepark & Multi Use Games Area Facility is one of several Fife projects to be awarded Games legacy funding.

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Top award for Lochgelly DJ

24 Oct 2014 07:00

A LOCHGELLY-BORN DJ has returned to Fife after making a name for himself on the biggest clubbing stage in the world, picking up a prestigious award along the way in Ibiza.

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Special Trinity services will commemorate Great War centenary

TO comemmorate the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War special Remembrance Day services are to be held at the Trinity Churches in Cowdenbeath and Crossgates on 9th November.

Tenants urged to think ‘swap’

Being safe, being seen are Broad Street infants

Cowdenbeath Enviro group targets areas for improvement after gilt award in 2014

Yvonne heads off after almost 40 years of teaching

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Weekend of sun and fun in Lochore Meadows

IT MIGHT BE into October, but the sun was still shining brightly for the weekend’s action at Lochore Meadows Country Park, where thousands turned up for a gala on Saturday and Sunday last week.

Gold standard innovation in Ballingry

Heritage Group looks ahead to 2015

Benarty's St Kenneth’s celebrate centenary year

Benarty memorial project going well

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Kinglassie kids delighted with new playground

CHILDREN at Kinglassie Primary School were over the moon when their new playground opened last Thursday, after a ‘wonderful journey’ of designing it and raising money for its construction.

Injured drunk assaulted paramedics trying to help

Unpaid work for man found with indecent images of children

Travelling by Tuba, Cardenden style

Referendum ‘re-awoke’ interest in politics

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Thrills and chills at Benarty

WHILE MOST people took the ALS ice bucket challenge during the craze in the middle of summer, staff at Benarty View care home in Kelty braved the chillier September weather to raise funds as part of their ‘Sweet 16’ anniversary party.

Plans to get Kelty park better used

St Ninian’s restoration nearing completion

Kelty's Michael delighted to get apprentice opportunity

Persimmon lodges new application for Kelty development

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Blues looking to build on run at Falkirk

24 Oct 2014 07:00

COWDENBEATH head for Falkirk on Saturday looking to make it four undefeated Championship games in a row.

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Determined United shut-out Hearts and knock them off the top

23 Oct 2014 07:00

A GOALLESS draw at Fauldhouse knocked Kelty Hearts off the top of the East Super League and defeats for Hill of Beath Hawthorn and Ballingry Rovers made it a bleak day for the top division sides on Saturday.

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Liam strikes late to ensure win for 20s

22 Oct 2014 07:00

THE Cowden under 20 side left it late to claim all three points at Station Park last Tuesday night

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Dad’s description gives LKB 2002’s a new look!

21 Oct 2014 07:00

LOCAL radio station Forth 1 ran a competition “Get Your Kit On”, on behalf of Western Motor Group, to find 20 deserving young football teams spanking new kit to the value of £500 each.

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No major visitor attraction, but....

24 Oct 2014 07:00

THERE is no doubt that the news that the Land Art Project element of the restoration of the St Ninian’s Opencast ming site at Kelty is not going to be completed is a blow to the Cowdenbeath-Lochgelly area.

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Politician's Opinion

23 Oct 2014 07:00

‘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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Unhappy with way Palestinian issue was dealt with

22 Oct 2014 07:00

I WOULD like to take to task my MP, Gordon Brown, because of what he told me in an email I received on 9th October and I think all of his constituents should be aware of how lightly he takes his duty as a constituency MP.

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Health worries could ‘get so much worse’

21 Oct 2014 07:00

LAST year I met with a Londoner married to an American and now back living in London.

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Mirror mirror on the wall, Snow White at the Carnegie Hall

24 Oct 2014 07:00

THE CLASSIC fairytale of Snow White is coming to Dunfermline’s Carnegie Hall this Christmas - but with a special Scottish twist.

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Bowhill Players help bring past to life

23 Oct 2014 07:00

FILM footage and old images of long forgotten scenes and demolished landmarks will be dusted down and brought to life with music in the ‘Old Lochgelly and Cowdenbeath’ slide shows next month.

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Rat Pack Live swings by

22 Oct 2014 07:00

THE KINGS of swing are coming to West Fife on Thursday and they are bringing their hit show Rat Pack Live with them.

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