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Kelty pipers make good impression on World stage

1 Sep 2014 18:30

KELTY & Blairadam Novice Juvenile Band recently performed at Glasgow Green in the World Pipe Band Championships and produced a good performance.

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Full restoration of Crossgates mine by late next year

1 Sep 2014 15:30

RESTORATION is well underway for Crossgates’ Muir Dean surface mine site with the top soil placed and seeding about to start.

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Yes versus No in Kelty

1 Sep 2014 13:30

THE ‘Yes’ Kelty group have organised a Referendum Debate which they hope will be a major factor in helping undecided voters to make an informed decision in the coming Referendum.

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Diversionary project with a difference nominated for major award

1 Sep 2014 10:30

A YOUTH project with a difference, based at Bowhill Centre, has been nominated for a major award.

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Kelty resident in bid for new takeaway

31 Aug 2014 09:30

A NEW sandwich shop could be on the cards for Main Street, in Kelty, if a resident’s ambitious plans are approved.

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Lochgelly »

Trust backing to grow enterprises

TIME is running out for small and fledgling businesses in the Central Fife area to to enter a £10,000 challenge to grow their enterprise and create additional jobs.

Bus boost for Lochgelly senior citizens

Tackling Cowden-Gelly litter louts on two wheels

Council rent arrears written off tops £1m

Lochgelly Gala has cheque-mates!

Benarty »

Glasgow experience is one to remember

HAVING a Commonwealth Games and an Olympics under his belt, people could have been forgiven for thinking that boxing referee Andy Caulfield would have no problems officiating in Glasgow.

‘Yes’ drop-in Benarty style

Honours amongst Lochore brothers

Ross has nothing but praise for Glasgow 2014

Benarty based foodbank open three days a week

Cardenden »

Cardenden community shop plan on hold but funding is in place

A LOTTERY windfall of nearly £8000 is enough to make anyone excited, but the members of Cardenden Community Development Forum have found themselves in the unusual position of not being able to spend it!

Radio station's windfall

Admitted distributing indecent images

Hopes high that Cardenden fireworks event will go ahead

Cardenden development is welcomed by campaigners

Crossgates »

Man arrested following vandalism incidents

A 24 year-old man has been arrested and reported to the Procurator Fiscal following reports of damage to windows in Kinross, Cowdenbeath, Crossgates and Dunfermline which occurred between 13th and 16th August, where in excess of £6800 of damage was caused to vehicles, houses, business premises and bus shelters.

Louise wows festival crowds with hit show

Crossgates couple's roof plan

Sky-high training at Crossgates centre

New Crossgates training facility to be opened by Fergus Ewing

Kelty »

D Day for Kelty house plans

THE controversial plans to develop over 60 homes in Kelty will be discussed again at Fife Council’s West Planning Committee next Wednesday (27th).

Three communities to get faster broadband

Shock for Kelty garage mechanics

Kelty house plans go on hold

‘Yes’ campaign’s focus on Kelty

Sport »

Cowden never at the races

1 Sep 2014 07:00

ANOTHER poor home performance as Raith Rovers consigned Cowdenbeath to their second successive home defeat.

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Raceway's high octane action

31 Aug 2014 09:30

A GLORIOUS late summers’ day greeted drivers, teams and fans as they gathered at HRP Lochgelly Raceway this past Sunday for the latest slice of stock car action courtesy of Hardie Race Promotions and it did not take long for the high octane action to begin

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Caravan carnage Racewall style

30 Aug 2014 09:30

THE early rain shower made track conditions a bit tricky at the Cowdenbeath Racewall on Saturday night during the opening part of the stock car meeting but after the track dried out the racing became faster

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Derby victory is top priority

29 Aug 2014 07:00

AFTER two disappointing results Cowdenbeath simply must get on to the winning track when they play local rivals, Raith Rovers, at Central Park on Saturday.

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Opinion »

‘Yes’ is a necessity

SCOTLAND can be another successful independent country. PM David Cameron goes on record agreeing this is indeed the case.

1 Sep 2014 07:00

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Food bank plan needs people to make it work

29 Aug 2014 07:00

THE establishment of a Cowdenbeath Food Bank seems now only a matter of a short time away.

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Politician's Opinion

28 Aug 2014 07:00

‘WE feel a very strong connection to our local hospitals and that has been evidenced over and over when the services those hospitals provide have been under threat. But it is not the buildings that are important to us, it is the NHS itself, the institution and the philosophy of cradle to grave care, free at the point of need.

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Spin-off from guitar lessons highlighted

27 Aug 2014 07:00

My son Aedan, who is 10, started to take guitar lessons with Rachel Smith at Lochgelly High School in February 2014.

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Old Lochgelly and Cowdenbeath

1 Sep 2014 07:00

FROM the team behind the hugely successful ‘Old Dunfermline’ talks at the Carnegie Hall, ‘Old Lochgelly and Cowdenbeath’ is coming to Lochgelly Centre in November.

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Opportunities for young talent to get Christmas roles

29 Aug 2014 07:00

IT’S Christmas time again, and boys and girls with stars in their eyes will have the chance to take centre stage as Fife’s theatres open their doors for young people to audition to play a part in the show.

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Buster Bloodvessel set for Windsor appearance

28 Aug 2014 07:00

LOCHGELLY’S Rubber Stamp Promotions have booked Ska legends, Bad Manners, featuring Buster Bloodvessel, to play the Windsor Hotel, Kirkcaldy, on Saturday the 18th of October.

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