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MP welcomes u-turn over SLPs

Kirkcaldy MP Roger Mullin has welcome a review over limited partnerships.

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Argument over garden shears ends in court

Argument over garden shears ends in court

An 82-year-old man has had a charge of assaulting his pensioner neighbour in a bizarre row over a pair of garden shears not proven.

Crime
Corrie McKeague

Specialist Cadaver dogs to help in hunt for Corrie McKeague

Dogs specially trained to find dead bodies have been drafted in to search for missing Fife man Corrie McKeague, his mother revealed.

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Scots can beat the blues with simple steps

Scots can beat the blues with simple steps

A major charity initiative is urging families across Scotland to take action to combat the ‘January blues’ by taking simple steps which will also help to protect their long-term physical health.

Health
Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Connectivity, Fergus Ewing.

Appointment of Agriculture Champions announced

The Scottish Government has appointed four Agriculture Champions to advise on the development of a strategy for the sector.

Environment
Police are appealing for witnesses to this mornings shooting incident

Pair charged after two men hospitalised

A man and a woman have been charged after two men were taken to hospital with head injuries.

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The First Minister has announced �29 million of funding to help tackle poverty.

£29 million to tackle poverty

Organisations that tackle poverty can now have access to a new £29 million funding pot set up by the Scottish Government.

Politics 2
Children give the lowdown on their dream homes.

Kids describe their dream homes

Kids have the wildest imaginations, and it seems this is definitely true when it comes to what they want from their future home.

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UK working parents can save more than �50 every week by sending their children to breakfast clubs.

School breakfast clubs a ‘lifeline’

New research reveals a third of today’s working British mums would have to give up work if it wasn’t for the support of school breakfast clubs.

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Doug the Draught Excluder is the mascot of the home energy campaign.

Home energy advice for Scottish households

Scots are being encouraged to save energy and make their homes more energy efficient.

News
Man charged after lorry drives into gardens

Man charged after lorry drives into gardens

A man has been charged following a multi-vehicle collision in Guardbridge.

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New mum and baby class launched in Kirkcaldy

Daisy Baby – a new mum and baby class focusing on education and support – has been launched in Kirkcaldy.

Health
Movie lovers in Scotland are the biggest snackers when watching movies in the UK

Scots are the biggest movie snackers!

Movie lovers in Scotland are the biggest snackers, according to a new survey.

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Stock pic: Jamie Forbes

Kirkcaldy third highest for MOTs

Research has revealed that Kirkcaldy is the third most expensive town or city in Scotland for having your car serviced or MOT’d.

Transport
The Scottish Schools Pipe Band Championships attracts more than 700 young people from around 120 schools.

Last chance for youngsters to pipe up for Championships

Time is running out for schools across Scotland to get their entries in for the world’s biggest schools pipe band event before the final deadline for this year passes.

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60% of Scots would get a Friday feeling on Blue Monday by finding a fiver in their pocket.

Don’t let January 16 make you blue!

This Monday, January 16, otherwise known as Blue Monday, is renowned for being the most depressing day of the year.

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Scottish students are best in the UK for understanding financial jargon.

Scots students most financially savvy in the UK

Students at Scottish universities are more financially savvy than their UK counterparts, according to new research commissioned by the UK’s largest specialist student lender, Future Finance.

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Stock pic: Jane Barlow.

Only a third of successful university applicants from Scotland

Scottish school leavers might be missing out on places at St Andrews University, with around only one third of successful applicants coming from Scotland.

Education
Gavin Wudinge's devastated family have spoken out. Picture: SWNS

Fife man left dying on bus for five hours

The grieving family of a Fife father have told of their torment after he was left dying on a bus for almost five hours.

Health
New travel scheme benefits Fifers

New travel scheme benefits Fifers

A new arrangement between ScotRail and Stagecoach East Scotland will benefit Fifers affected by travel distruption.

Transport
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