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The greatest sporting event of the year is upon us, so why not channel the spirit of this exhilarating competition and host your very own Office Games this Summer?
Every four years the best sporting talent from all over the world is gathered in one place, where they compete to be named the finest in their field.
More than 142,000 pupils in Scotland will receive their National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher results on Tuesday 9 August.
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) has a *free helpline offering advice, information and support for young people and their parents.
One of Fife's best known outdoor activity centres has welcomed over 1 million visitors since it opened 25 years ago. Cluny Clays in Kirkcaldy celebrated this significant milestone by officially opening its newly renovated clubhouse
Local bus operator Bay Travel this week announced it will step in to provide a bus service to the people of Auchtertool.
The Cowdenbeath-based operator will divert its 18 service – which runs from Kelty, through Cowdenbeath to Kirkcaldy bus station then on to Victoria Hospital – via the village of Auchtertool following an approach by Fife Council.
The Great British High Street Competition is open and looking for nominations from England, Scotland and Wales’ best high streets. Fife Chamber of Commerce is a proud supporter of this year’s competition because we want to help champion the wonderful work going on in high streets.
Fife College has launched a period of public consultation about its plans to build a new College Campus on the former Shepherd Offshore site in Dunlin Drive in Dunfermline.
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is delighted to announce the appointment of Francis Martin as its new President, succeeding Nora Senior who stands down after three years in post. Francis, who will be the business group’s first President from Northern Ireland, was officially appointed at the BCC’s Annual General Meeting after serving as Vice President since 2013.
Leading legal, financial and property specialist Pagan Osborne has raised £4000 for its nominated charity Alzheimer Scotland in the first year of a three-year partnership.
Fife Cultural Trust (FCT) are recruiting a new Trustee with HR Experience who can help them shape the future of cultural services in Fife.
Support for people in Scotland’s oil and gas sector to use their skills in new jobs can now be accessed online thanks to the launch of a dedicated website.