What The Media Say
Published: Thu, 25 May 2017 08:15:52 GMT
The CourierPlans for Fife-wide monthly bin collections could be scrapped
Moves to introduce four-weekly bin collections across Fife look likely to be dumped by the council's new administration. The SNP and Labour are considering scrapping a one-size fits all approach to rubbish pick-ups and implementing the monthly landfill ...
Published: Thu, 25 May 2017 08:04:14 GMT
The CourierNew Fife College principal focused on expanding opportunities
Fife College's new principal has pledged to work hard to win more investment in education and focus on delivering for students and the Fife economy after settling into his new post. Hugh Hall may only be weeks into the role but the former chief ...
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Published: Thu, 25 May 2017 14:39:12 GMT
The Courier“A twisted mind” – Fife OAP behind bomb hoaxes sentenced to 45 months
A Fife pensioner who threatened to kill Prime Minister Theresa May and caused a number of bomb scares at high profile points across the country has been sentenced to 45 months behind bars. Isabella Jackson, who turned 73 last week, admitted a series of ...
Jail for Fife OAP who threatened to kill Prime Minister
Isabella Jackson jailed over Theresa May death threat
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Bomb squad called to reports of 'suspicious package' outside Fife post office - Scottish Daily Record
Published: Thu, 25 May 2017 10:01:00 GMT
Scottish Daily RecordBomb squad called to reports of 'suspicious package' outside Fife post office
Scottish Daily Record
Bomb squad called to reports of 'suspicious package' outside Fife post office. Cops rushed to the scene on Newburgh High Street following the discovery of the item at around 9am on Thursday. Share. ByRecord Reporter. 11:01, 25 MAY 2017. News.
Bomb squad called out as “suspicious package” left near Post Office
'Suspicious' package in Newburgh deemed safe by police
Cops called to reports of a suspicious package outside a post office in Fife
The Scottish Sun STV News- Evening Telegraph all 8 news articles »
Published: Thu, 25 May 2017 08:33:38 GMT
The CourierFife sends condolences to the people of Manchester
Fife Provost Jim Leishman's first act since his re-election was to write a heartfelt letter of condolence to the people of Manchester. Mr Leishman said he was deeply saddened as he penned the message to Manchester Lord Mayor Andy Burnham on ...
Fife Provost sends heartfelt letter to Manchester
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Published: Wed, 24 May 2017 07:01:46 GMT
Fife TodayPub blow will not halt Fife town's regeneration plans
“Therefore we made the decision not to take up the Glenrothes option and instead concentrate on our other developments in Fife.” The decision comes as work finally begins next week on the refurbishment of Fife Council's former social care office in ...
Published: Wed, 24 May 2017 08:38:32 GMT
Fife TodayRevealed: Photo that links infamous child killers to Fife
A chilling photograph taken by serial killer Ian Brady of his accomplice Myra Hindley at a Fife beauty spot has cast a dark shadow over the Kingdom. A recently published holiday snap of Hindley standing near the Doocot at St Monans has for decades been ...
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Published: Thu, 25 May 2017 07:07:50 GMT
The CourierHot weather set to continue in Tayside and Fife with highs of 24C
The basking temperatures are set to continue in Tayside and Fife with beaming sunshine bringing highs of up to 24C over the next few days. As summer arrives across the UK, the highest temperatures — in the south of England — could jump above 30C on ...
Published: Thu, 25 May 2017 12:21:56 GMT
Fife TodayFife Muslims unite to condemn Manchester terror attack
He added that Fife Muslims condemned the terrorist attack in Manchester “unreservedly”. “We stand shoulder to shoulder with all our fellow citizens against extremism, hatred and bigotry. “We deplore and denounce the use of our religion in such crimes ...
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Published: Thu, 25 May 2017 16:01:38 GMT
Fife Free PressFife's best hope for state title shot
Fife Free Press
With memories of a 3-1 defeat in the 2016 2A championship game adding some fuel to the fire, the Fife fastpitch team will be making another run at the big trophy. After navigating through a stacked field at the 2A West Central District tournament for a ...
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