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Search for A92 pedestrian who may be injured
Police are appealing for information after a motorist reported that he may have struck a pedestrian on the A92 early on Friday morning.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Havelock Europa moves into profit for first time in years
Havelock Europa, the interiors manufacturer employing almost 400 in Fife, has moved into profit for the first time in five years and started to invest again.
Rosslyn gets okay to move into new Viewforth school
Councillors have given their approval for a new Rosslyn School to be integrated with the planned new Viewforth High School in Kirkcaldy.
Links Market rolls back into town
The sun shone on Kirkcaldy's Esplanade ... just in time for the opening of Europe's longest street fair yesterday .
Solution needed to travellers problem in Kirkcaldy
Travellers have camped in Mitchelston and Gallatown - causing disruption to local businesses and putting local football pitches out of action.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Gordon Brown 'has no plans' to quit parliament at next year's election
'I'm going straight to heaven... it's not even close': Billionaire Michael Bloomberg boasts that his liberal philanthropy has guaranteed him a place in paradise Even Donald Rumsfeld hates April 15: Politician reveals he pens letter to the IRS every year explaining he has 'no idea' if his returns are accurate Former PM Gordon Brown 'has no plans' to ... (more)
Kirkcaldy town centre set for dinosaur invasion
After last year's Mad Hatter's Tea Party, this weekend's theme is Fife's Jurassic coast and with family fun in locations on the High Street, there is a wide variety of activities too.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
17m flour mill investment is hailed by Carr's for rise in profit
CARR'S Milling Industries has hailed the impact of its 17 million investment in a flour mill in Kirkcaldy as a major factor in a 2% rise in interim profits.
Historic inn destroyed by blaze
Investigations are continuing into the cause of a blaze which all but destroyed an 18th century coaching inn in rural north east Fife yesterday .
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Ian Bradley: Kirk strength heals referendum split
THE church's neutral stance puts it in a good position to act as an instrument of healing, says Rev Ian Bradley As the temperature rises in the pre-referendum debate it is clear we are going to need considerable healing and reconciliation post-18 September, whatever the outcome of the vote.
Nairn name lives on in new Kirkcaldy optical centre
A new optician practice named after a well-known Kirkcaldy family has been launched at the Fife Sensory Impairment Centre in the town.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Kirkcaldy prepares for return of Links Market
Europe's longest street fair is preparing to roll into town once again - but it won't be affected by the work to redevelop Kirkcaldy's ageing seawall.
A 249,600 to transform rundown Kirkcaldy community centre
Ambitious plans to transform a rundown Kirkcaldy community centre in one of the town's most deprived areas has been given a major cash boost.
A 400,000 funding for Youth arts hubs to let local talent shine ...
It was announced this week that A 400,000 has been allocated to help support youth arts provision in the Kingdom as part of Scotland's national youth arts strategy, 'Time to Shine'.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Carr's are 'thrilled' to have purchased engineering firm
Carr's Milling, the listed agricultural group best known for flour, has acquired an engineering company which makes components for Formula 1 carmaker McLaren.
Pro-Union campaigner accused of attacking SNP MSP
A Pro-Union campaigner has been accused of attacking an SNP MSP in a Fife pub during a referendum bust-up.
Nursery gets help with repairs
A Fife-based scrap metal company has stepped into help a vandalism-hit local nursery -after reading the story in the East Fife Mail.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Citizen Tommy makes his point
It's 7.20 p.m. - 20 minutes after he was supposed to take the stage - and people have been arriving at the club, pouring in through the back door, for the last hour.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Former Prime Minister celebrates cup final success
FORMER Prime Minister Gordon Brown was all smiles as he watched Raith Rovers achieve a surprise victory over Rangers in the Ramsden's Cup.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Long and winding road ...
Klaus Berchtenbreiter and Derek Cowan, with Tu Edwards from Maggie's Fife. Both men are cycling from Newcastle to Kirkcaldy to raise money for the cancer charity.