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Published: Sat, 18 Feb 2017 09:54:38 GMT
The CourierRent rise will improve Fife council house stock, says councillor
Money generated by increasing council house rent rates will be reinvested in the region's housing stock, Fife Council has vowed. A 3% rise in rent for council tenants was approved at Fife Council's budget meeting on Thursday, a move that went largely ...
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Published: Fri, 17 Feb 2017 09:34:10 GMT
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The CourierFife glazier CR Smith's investment bearing fruit
Fife windows, doors and conservatories fitter CR Smith has produced a sixth consecutive year of improved returns. CR Smith Glaziers (Dunfermline) Limited generated revenues of £21.92 million in the 12 months to February 29, 2016, a near £500,000 uplift ...
Sparkling result for Fife glazing group CR Smith
The Scotsman all 4 news articles »
Published: Thu, 16 Feb 2017 16:41:45 GMT
The CourierFife at business rates review meeting
Councillor Lesley Laird was invited to speak on behalf of Fife Council last Friday at the Barclay Review which has been set up to look at the current system of non-domestic rates across Scotland. Fife was the only local authority asked to jointhe ...
Council tax to rise in Fife as Labour budget plans passed
Rise in Fife Council tax approved after today's budget meeting
Dunfermline Press all 9 news articles »
Exclusive: Hundreds of Tayside and Fife homes flagged by paramedics over violence concerns - The Courier
Published: Fri, 17 Feb 2017 07:48:00 GMT
The CourierExclusive: Hundreds of Tayside and Fife homes flagged by paramedics over violence concerns
Hundreds of addresses in Tayside and Fife have been flagged to the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) over violence and safety concerns, The Courier can reveal. Over 200 postcode areas in Courier Country are currently listed in a SAS database to notify ...
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BBC NewsStuart Nelson, three, dies after being hit by farm vehicle in Fife
A three-year-old boy has died after he was knocked down by a farm vehicle in Fife. Stuart Nelson was killed in an accident at about 17:10 on Tuesday at Cuttle Hill Farm in Crossgates. He died at the scene and police are investigating the circumstances.
Boy dies after being hit by a tractor in Fife
Boy, 3, dies after being knocked down by farm vehicle in Fife
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Three-year-old boy killed in tractor tragedy on farm in Crossgates, Fife
The Scottish Sun Daily Mail all 31 news articles »
Published: Sun, 19 Feb 2017 16:16:23 GMTDundee defeat continues Flyers woeful conference form
Fife Flyers' woeful Gardiner Conference campaign continued last night as they were beaten on home ice by Dundee Stars. Todd Dutiaume's men went into the match in poor defensive form, conceding 26 goals in their previous four games, while Bryan ...
Published: Thu, 16 Feb 2017 12:04:35 GMTDelayed discharge numbers drop in Fife
“In the most extreme case, the price of hydrocortisone 10mg tablets rose by 12,500 per cent from 70 pence a packet in 2008 to £85 a packet,” he said. He added: “I believe the public of Fife need informed what really goes on in our National Health ...
Published: Thu, 16 Feb 2017 10:02:48 GMTFife councillor claims residents having to choose between eating, heating or rent
Fife Council's outstanding debt in Glenrothes has risen to more than £700,000 for 2015-16 with nearly 1500 tenants now finding themselves owing the authority money. The number of tenants in arrears rose to 1496 for the period with the outstanding value ...