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Campaigners accuse Fife Council of 'repeatedly' lying to the public about ... - The Courier
Linda Holt, Fife resident and spokesperson for Scotland Against Spin, said: “People are bewildered and angry about being lied to repeatedly. “In under two years the council has moved from an election promise of a moratorium on turbines to announcing ...
Tue, 11 Mar 2014 10:22:48 GMT
Fife Chief Inspector hopes to 'leave a mark' on her return to home patch - The Courier
A stint in north-east Fife saw her promoted to sergeant in 2005 and inspector in 2009. More recently, she has been in Levenmouth CID as a Detective Inspector, before taking up her role as Chief Inspector last week. Fondly recalling her early days on ...
Tue, 11 Mar 2014 13:14:45 GMT
Fife mum bitten on the breast after finding neighbour's snake in the bed - The Courier
A Fife mother has described her terror after she was bitten on the chest by a snake which had snuggled under her duvet. Caroline Griffin, 49, of Guardbridge, woke to find the 4ft long long reptile making an unwelcome bedfellow. When she screamed, the ...
Mon, 10 Mar 2014 11:51:43 GMT
FP100 Fife bands 71. The Revellers - Fife Today
The Revellers, aka The Revellers Dance Band, were a Fife 10-piece group of performers who came together in the latter end of the the 1950s. Consisting of Bill Peters (piano), Davy Hunter (saxophone), Ian Barclay (clarinet) Arthur Hope (saxophone ...
Tue, 11 Mar 2014 10:06:12 GMT
Around 150 people charged after police crackdown on housebreaking - stv.tv
Almost 150 people have been charged with housebreaking and associated offences in Fife since December. Around £60,200 worth of stolen property has also been recovered during Operation RAC. The initiative was launched across Scotland to tackle ...
Tue, 11 Mar 2014 12:11:36 GMT
FP100 Fife bands 72. The Spellbinders - Fife Today
Hailing from the 1960s era, The Spellbinders hailed from Levenmouth and consisted of five members – Bill Hendry on lead vocals, Gordon Black on rhythm guitar, Ian Haddow on lead guitar, Jim Bell on bass and Colin Fairley on drums. Although they came ...
Tue, 11 Mar 2014 08:09:40 GMT
Cat food found laced with blue 'poison' in Fife - BBC News
A woman found a paper case filled with tinned meat with blue grains in it lying on the ground behind the back wheel of her car in Dalgety Bay. Animal welfare charity Scottish SPCA are now doing tests on the food and blue grains, which was found on ...
Tue, 11 Mar 2014 10:42:25 GMT
Police crackdown on bikers at Fife estate - BBC News
Police have reported three people to the procurator fiscal and warned a further six after a crackdown on illegal motorcyclists in Fife. Officers are clamping down on bikers using Wemyss Estate and Thornton Bing as a race track. Motorbikes and quad ...
Mon, 10 Mar 2014 20:27:00 GMT