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Some gender differences – behind the wheel

If there is one topic which is sure to cause men and women to argue it is their performance behind the wheel of a car.

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Frozen and burst water pipes can be a problem in winter.

Shaun shares his plumbing tips for winter

Frozen and burst water pipes can cause flooding, damage and leave homes without water.

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Councillor Kay with Megan and Claire at the park. Pic by FPA

Burntisland mum sees her dream of disabled-friendly playpark come true

A Burntisland mum is looking forward to seeing her dream of watching her disabled daughter playing alongside her peers in the park become a reality.

Lifestyle
Panto in Auchtermuchty

Panto in Auchtermuchty

It’s pantomime season again – oh yes it is! – and we’re hoping this photo will bring back memories for this group from Auchtermuchty.

Nostalgia
All supporters on deck as Historic RRS Discovery surpasses crowd funding goal & Pictured from left with the balloons to celebrate reaching the �40,000 target are Andy Lothian Chairman of Dundee Heritage Trust, Mark Munsie Operations Director, Gill Poulter Curator, John Watson Project Manager and Paul Jennings Executive Director. Picture by Graeme Hart/Perthshire Picture Agency .

Historic RRS Discovery surpasses its crowdfunding goal

Backers of a campaign to help conserve the historic ship RRS Discovery gathered in Dundee to celebrate surpassing their £40,000 fundraising goal.

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Are you ready for winter?

Practical tips to ensure you are ready for winter

As the weather starts to get colder it is important to get prepared now rather than waiting until extreme weather affects us.

Lifestyle
A festive fund-raising pack is available online to help MRF finance vital research into vaccines to treat different strains of the disease. Information about symptoms can also be found on its website.

Expected rise in cases of meningitis

Cases of meningitis and septicaemia are expected to rise over the winter and a leading charity is urging greater awareness of the symptoms.

Health
Make sure you’re scam savvy say Santander

Make sure you’re scam savvy say Santander

One in four of us, equivalent to 13 million people, say they have been the victim of a scam, according to new research from Santander UK, while almost three quarters said they were concerned about falling victim to a scam.

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Press Appeal: Donate your books to help Fife charity shop

Press Appeal: Donate your books to help Fife charity shop

You often find books lying around the house – a dusty box in the attic, some shoved under the bed or left on a shelf.

Lifestyle
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Police appeal after Middle Den incident in Kirkcaldy

Police investigating an incident in Kirkcaldy want to speak to a woman.

Crime
Pic Lisa Ferguson

Glenrothes bridge closures continue

Works to complete the permanent repair of the A92 River Leven Bridge in Glenrothes will continue into next week.

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Angling champion at Rothes Arms Hotel

Angling champion at Rothes Arms Hotel

November 1977: There were some fishy stories for those who turned out to meet former British and European Angling Champion Mike Shepley in Glenrothes.

Nostalgia
Jack Ashwood’s Merrymakers, Leven, 1932

Jack Ashwood’s Merrymakers, Leven, 1932

Check out these dapper folk.

Nostalgia
Santa Claus with little boy in Jenners - Edinburgh in 1954

Time to bring back the 12 days of Christmas

It’s barely 8.30 a.m. and already I’m hearing The Darkness’ Christmas song for the second time.

Opinion
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Fife Flyers fined as new social media rules come in

Fife Flyers have fallen foul of a new crackdown on social media criticism.

Sport
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Bogus workmen target Levenmouth pensioner

Police are appealing for witnesses after bogus workmen targeted an elderly woman in Levenmouth.

Crime
Mind the pie gap

Supermarket solves ‘mince pie gap problem’

Supermarket chefs have solved a culinary conundrum which has baffled Christmas cooks for generations … how to remove the ‘air gap’ from a mince pie.

Lifestyle
John Wallace

Cupar Choral Society serves up a festive treat

Cupar concertgoers have a double treat in store on Saturday, December 10, when Cupar Choral Society will perform Handel’s Messiah at 7.30pm in St John’s Church, Cupar.

Music
Kyle Haines celebrates his goal against Braehead on Saturday. Pic: Steve Gunn

Haines feeling at home after return to Fife Flyers

It took a month in France for Kyle Haines to realise that he had unfinished business at Fife Flyers.

Sport
Suzanne at the World Bodybuilding Championships in Miami

Lang Toun bodybuilder turns professional after win in Miami

A Kirkcaldy woman has won a bodybuilding competition across the pond – earning the right to compete in professional tournaments.

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