Fife Today

Not proven verdict on man accused of Kirkcaldy baby assault

Crime
Former Black Watch soldier Mike Courts claims his season and career could now be jeopardised.

No way to treat a Fife war hero

Business
Rae Rogers has been told by Remax to move out. Picture: George McLuskie

Letting agent rented out flat which council ruled unfit for habitation

Health 1
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Fife rail passengers warned of Sunday disruption

Transport

Parking proposal for former police station

Environment
Lorelle Elizabeth Photography (inset) and Craigsanquhar are both up for awards

Fife businesses reach awards final

Business
Staff from Barnardo's Scotland with the award

Fife charity staff contribute to award

Education
Ric Jackman, Fife Flyers. Pic: Steve Gunn

Jackman puzzled by record against ex-club as Flyers suffer eight straight defeats to Clan

Sport
Reece Kelly, from Kinghorn, is currently on a hockey scholarship in Ontario, Canada.

Fife duo heading for Barcelona after GB call-ups

Sport
Scottish Senior Curling Championship winners at Hamilton Ice Rink last weekend. The team are all from Fife. Pictured from left: Lead:   Graham Lindsay from Gauldry; Second: Ronnie Wilson from Markinch; Skip: Ian Drysdale from Leslie; Third: Dave McQueen from St Andrews

Fife curlers heading for Canada after title win

More Sport
Chloe Dickson, Glenrothes fencer.

Glenrothes girl making great strides in fencing

More Sport

Flyers star Justin Fox hit by five-game ban

Sport

Perth visitors leap to victory at Highfield

Sport
Blood Brothers is coming to the Alhambra in Dunfermline this October

Popular musical Blood Brothers is coming to Fife!

Whats on

A Dolly to cheer for in another triumph for Cupar musical group

Whats on
Bob McPhail has organised a meeting as he wants to create a Men's Shed in Kennoway. Pic: George McLuskie

Kennoway man hoping to start up new men’s shed club

Lifestyle
The Natural World was the theme for last year's parade. Pics by Michael Booth

Volunteers needed to help save Burntisland Civic Week

Lifestyle
Fifes leading crime author James Oswald believes reintroducing boys to action comics could lure reluctant young readers away from phones and tablets. Pic: Bill Waters.

Fife author wants to see more kids reading comics

Lifestyle