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A real alternative to A and E

31 Mar 2015 15:30

MINOR Injuries services are a real alternative to Accident & Emergency (A&E). The service can help you deal with less serious injuries that you may have thought required a trip to A&E and it is staffed by highly skilled Emergency Nurse Practitioners (ENPs).

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Benarty pupils in mock evacuation!

31 Mar 2015 13:30

AS part of their learning about World War 2, P.7 pupils in Benarty Primary took part in a mock ‘Evacuation Day’ last Friday.

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Rankin praises winners of scholarship

31 Mar 2015 10:30

THREE talented students from Fife College have been awarded scholarships from one of the world’s leading crime writers, Ian Rankin.

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Cowdenbeath's delight as new academy structure gets major boost

31 Mar 2015 07:00

THE Fife Elite Football Academy (FEFA) recently received its 4 Star Academy award from the SFA which is good news for Cowdenbeath FC.

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Centre is key part of Time to Shine

30 Mar 2015 18:30

LOCHGELLY Centre is a key part of Time to Shine which has been launched this month by the Fife Youth Arts Hub.

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Benarty »

Blood traces nail Benarty raider

A CROSSHILL man, traced by police through blood spills, used a step-ladder to reach a window to break into a house, a Court heard.

Assembly stand against benefit sanctions

Meadows money spinner

Drove dangerously on B920

Live cable theft leads to explosion at Westfield

Cardenden »

School pupils will work hard to enhance villages

PUPILS at Cardenden’s three primary schools will this spring be taking part in a competition which will see the youngsters helping give the ABCD villages a greener look.

Cardenden 4th Fife’s new Honorary Scouters

One prize captured as Cardenden engineers step up the pace

Diver death-boat owner jailed for nine months

Special day of Scottish culture in Cardenden

Kelty »

Brown calls for Chancellor to help coal site restoration

SOME of Scotland’s most famous opencast coal sites, including St Ninian’s in Kelty and Muir Dean, at Crossgates, should be properly restored, Gordon Brown said this week.

Badger loved his trip to Kelty

Kelty’s visual impact can be enhanced through initiatives

How do Kelty villagers obtain food bank vouchers?

New Kelty Centre on the right track

Sport »

Bosses with Cowden connection on international duty

31 Mar 2015 07:00

COWDEN will have manager Jimmy Nicholl back at the helm tonight (Tuesday) when they travel to Falkirk for the Championship match with the Bairns moved from 18th April due to the home side's Scottish Cup semi-final commitments.

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Cowden undone in closing minutes

30 Mar 2015 07:00

THE final scoreline was very harsh on Cowdenbeath, who gave Rangers a real tough game for 90 plus per cent of the match.

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Lochgelly Cup success

29 Mar 2015 09:30

Congratulations went to K.O’Hagan on winning last week’s Lochgelly Cup Singles in the Lochgelly and District Darts Association.

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Shunts don’t bother Mark Dalgarno

28 Mar 2015 09:30

THE saloon drivers stole the show at the Cowdenbeath Racewall on a dry if cool Saturday evening with some superlative racing.

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Opinion »

Ukraine crisis could lead to greater problems

THE Bogey Man has been unmasked! ‘Jihad John’ is a computer geek from a housing estate in London.

31 Mar 2015 07:00

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Patience is being tested

30 Mar 2015 07:00

I READ with interest in the Times of the necessary priority given, yet again, to resurfacing Cowdenbeath’s main artery.

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Going Forward is worth getting involved with

27 Mar 2015 07:00

THE Coalfield Regeneration Trust Futures programme has made a difference in Cardenden and Benarty and in the near future it will be making an impact to the villages of Crossgates and Kinglassie.

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Politician's Opinion

26 Mar 2015 07:00

‘IN recent weeks I have spoken in a number of debates that focused on the economy and finance. I have used these debates to set out my view that we need a more strategic approach to tackling inequality and poverty in Scotland.

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What's On »

Lochgelly's culinary history recalled

30 Mar 2015 07:00

JENNIE Lee Library, in Lochgelly, played host to a special event as part of this year’s Fife Local History Week.

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Leishman Foundation’s biggest ever ball

26 Mar 2015 07:00

This year’s Mary Leishman Ball was held in The Glen Pavilion, Dunfermline, and was the biggest ever, writes Kerry Black.

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Funbox, brand new show to hit the Kingdom

25 Mar 2015 07:00

FUNBOX is the brand new show from Anya Scott-Rodgers, Gary Coupland and Kevin Macleod and they are coming to Fife this spring.

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