2 hrs ago
Doctor driving four times limit gets A 70k
AN NHS doctor sacked after he was caught driving to work while nearly four times the drink limit is set to receive more than 70,000 in compensation for unfair dismissal.
18 hrs ago
Kennoway's own Indian life saver
Paula McLean moved to the Indian city of Bangalore in March last year with her daughter and husband after he got a job in IT.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Fife carnival brings colour to Kirkcaldy
The gathered crowds watched the parade on the High Street before heading into the Mercat Centre, The Postings and the Town Square to watch the variety of performances.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Sun shines on the Links for Burntisland Highland Games
The sun shone on the Links in Burntisland as hundreds flocked there on Monday to celebrate the annual Highland Games.
More support to Yes Campaign
More well-known Scottish figures have come forward and shown their support in backing a Yes vote in September's independence referendum.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Brown highlights the Scots getting crucial medical help from England
MORE than 1,200 Scots a year facing life-threatening illnesses or surgery are securing transplants or blood transfusions from English or Welsh donors, new figures published by Gordon Brown will reveal.
A book to help our kids ...
A Kirkcaldy children's support worker has published a book to help children improve their self-confidence and open up about any problems they may have.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Man charged following incident in Templehall, Kirkcaldy
A 17-year-old male has been charged following an incident in Templehall Avenue, Kirkcaldy where a toddler was struck by an off-road motorcycle.
Man, 23, jailed for dousing dog in petrol and setting it alight after it 'bit his finger'
Kirkcaldy Sheriff's Court heard how Alastair Graham, from Fife, killed the Staffordshire bull - he was sentenced to nine months in jail Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
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Man who tied friend's dog to a tree before dousing it in petrol...
ALASTAIR Graham was looking after Bruno, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross, for a friend when he snapped after the animal bit his finger.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Carnival in Kirkcaldy to attract thousands
Fife International Carnival heads into Kirkcaldy on Saturday, and along with the vibrant costumes and entertaining acts, it is set to bring a welcome boost to the town.
Kirkcaldy care home plan up in air
The future of a historic Kirkcaldy building hangs in the balance after councillors opted to delay a decision until they visited the site.
The outside is done - now for the inside at 1 Adam Smith Close
The creation of a new visitor centre to honour the life and times of world-famous economist Adam Smith in his home town has moved on to its next phase.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Glory amid the gory
The Crime Writers' Association annually presents the Gold Dagger award for the best novel of the genre.
125 jobs thanks to wind farm
Up to 125 local jobs are to be created over the next 25 years thanks to a new partnership between Fife College and a local windfarm company.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Improvements start on A92
Motorists using the A92, between Redhouse Roundabout in Kirkcaldy and Bankhead Roundabout in Glenrothes, will benefit from a smoother road surface as improvement works worth 750,000 get underway.
A morgue in my name - delighted Val wins honour
Ian Rankin has had a street named after him but fellow Fife crime writer Val McDermid has gone one better than that...she's got a morgue.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Indecent exposure incident in Kirkcaldy
Police in Kirkcaldy are appealing for witnesses following an indecent exposure that occurred in the Glendale Park area of the town at the weekend.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Who are the donors behind Yes and No campaigns?
WHO are the patriots, altruists, artists, financiers and blue bloods with the money backing the campaigns for and against Scottish independence, asks Tom Peterkin WITH around two months to go until the independence referendum, the battle for Scotland is intensifying.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Pensioner accused of fraud over rail ticket
A PENSIONER said she was left to feel like a criminal after being accused of fraud during a train trip.