Recycling rates at risk due to bin disruption

Last week in Dunfermline 2000 grey bins and 2000 brown bins were not collected, which has led to worries from Liberal Democrat councillors James Calder and Aude Boubaker-Calder that this is risking serious reduction in recycling rates.

Read more

Aude Boubaker-Calder concerned with school holiday changes

After parents and teachers have been told at the end of term that dates for school Easter holidays next year have been changed, Fife Liberal Democrat Education Spokesperson Aude Boubaker-Calder is concerned about the late nature of these changes.

Read more

Jubilee Weekend of Fun in Dunfermline

During the Jubilee weekend, a number of community events took place in Dunfermline. Liberal Democrat councillors James Calder, the Dunfermline Local Area Convener, and Aude Boubaker-Calder, attended two of the events. This included the Picnic at the Park in Pittencrieff Park and the Crossford Children's Gala and they were pleased at the positive impact these had for the community.

Read more

Lib Dems secure positive change for Dunfermline

The Fife Liberal Democrats recently wrote to the Labour Council leader David Ross to ask for various key positive changes to be made across Fife. This included a number that will impact Dunfermline. Fife Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader and Convener of the Dunfermline Area Committee, Councillor James Calder, and Dunfermline Central Councillor Aude Boubaker-Calder have both reacted positively to this.

Read more

Councillor James Calder elected as Dunfermline Area Convener

Dunfermline Liberal Democrats are delighted that Liberal Democrat Councillor for Dunfermline South, James Calder, has been elected as the new Area Convener for the City of Dunfermline.

He was elected by six votes to five and has begun the role immediately, and will be Dunfermline's first Area Convener as an official city.

Read more

Sign in with Facebook, Twitter or Email.