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Critical period for Fife’s £1.4 billion Neart Na Gaoithe windfarm

Plans for a £1.4 billion windfarm off Fife have entered a critical period after three multinational technology companies were named as preferred contractors for the project.

Economic Adviser (Employment Land and Property)

Fife Council are currently recruiting for an Economic Adviser (Employment Land and Property)

Fife firm plans to double turnover after Scotrail win

A Fife company plans to double its annual turnover from £3.6 million to more than £7m after winning contract work to provide electrical and maintenance services at ScotRail train stations.

Northsouth Communication, founded in 2010 by managing director and co-owner George Smith, said it would hire another 25 members of staff to cope with the increase in demand for services.

Queen set to launch £3.1bn Royal Navy warship at Rosyth dockyard

THE Queen will launch the Royal Navy supercarrier named after her when she visits Scotland in the summer.

New distillery in the East Neuk of Fife takes shape

A new distillery, based in the East Neuk of Fife near St Andrews, is partway through construction.

MORE THAN 180 PERMANENT ROLES CREATED AT AMAZON’S DUNFERMLINE FULFILMENT CENTRE

Amazon has today (3 February) announced that more than 180 associates initially on temporary contracts have moved into permanent roles at its Dunfermline fulfilment centre since October 2013. The jobs are part of the 800 which Amazon announced would be created over the Christmas 2013 period.

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