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Fife Renewables Innovation Centre Nominated for National Award

Fife Renewables Innovation Centre (FRIC) has been nominated for a British Council for Offices (BCO) Innovation award and has been shortlisted as the building to represent Scotland in this category at national level. The pioneering centre, which combines state of the art business facilities and the very latest eco design,is now up against four other commercial workplaces in the UK for the 2013 award.

Queensferry Crossing — name of new Forth bridge revealed

Queensferry Crossing has been chosen in a poll to name the new Forth bridge.

Scots help unveil fund to benefit students in Fife

TWO Scots well-known in the sporting world came together yesterday to unveil a fund that will benefit students in Fife.

FIFE’S MASSIVE INVESTMENT IN APPRENTICESHIPS LAUNCHED

THE Fife Youth Job Contract, Fife’s response to high levels of unemployment in 16 to 24 year olds has been launched today (Friday 21 June) at the Carnegie Conference Centre in Dunfermline.

Score Europe officially opens in Glenrothes

Score (Europe) Limited this week held an open day for suppliers and customers and officially opened its new Global Distribution and Logistics Hub in Southfield, Glenrothes.

Council welcomes news of distillery grant

FIFE Council has welcomed news of Scottish Government grant funding towards a new distillery in Glenrothes.

Distilling for success

19 Scottish food and drink companies have been awarded grants worth around £8.5 million in the latest round of funding by the Scottish Government.

Fife unveils supply hub vision

Fife Council aims to make Energy Park Fife a supply chain hub for large renewables projects in Scotland through a 15-hectare expansion.

Golf course could bring £2m boost to Fife economy

A proposed golf course in Fife could boost the local economy by £2m per year, according to developers.

FoundOcean inks Samsung deal

FoundOcean has been awarded a key contract on Samsung Heavy Industries’ next-generation 7MW offshore wind turbine demonstrator in Fife.

David Cameron praises Diageo’s renewable energy plan

Prime Minister David Cameron has praised whisky maker Diageo’s commitment to renewable energy during a visit to its Cameronbridge distillery in Fife today (June 7).

David Cameron praises Diageo’s renewable energy plan

Prime Minister David Cameron has praised whisky maker Diageo’s commitment to renewable energy during a visit to its Cameronbridge distillery in Fife today (June 7).

Work to start on new Fife distillery

Work is to start soon on a new single malt whisky distillery and visitor centre in Fife.

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