Pub blow will not halt Fife town’s regeneration plans

The redevelopment of Glenrothes has been dealt a blow after a major pub chain planning to set up in the town centre has announced it’s no longer interested.

Stark's Park, home of Raith Rovers.

Raith manager hunt remains work in progress

Raith Rovers are making progress in their hunt for a new manager with interviews due to take place in the coming days.

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Chelsea FC (Pic: Shinya Suzuki)

Why football’s soul died at 3.26 on Sunday

At 3.26 p.m. on Sunday, the very last remnants of football’s heart and soul were trampled into the turf.

Image the scene last night. Pic copyright: SWNS

Kirkcaldy family caught in Manchester terror attack

A Kirkcaldy man has told of “the longest four minutes” of his life as he waited to pick up his family as a bomb exploded at the Manchester arena.

St Andrews Fire Station is opening its doors to the public.

Fire station all set for open day

St Andrews Fire Station throws open its doors to the public on Saturday.

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The cortege arrives at the crematorium (Photo: George McLuskie)

Hundreds of scooter enthusiasts say farewell to Stu

Hundreds of scooter enthusiasts turned out yesterday to say farewell to Guardbridge man Stuart Bousie, who died earlier this month on the A914 near Kettlebridge whilst riding home from a scooter rally on his yellow Piaggio Vespa.

Teenager charged after Kirkcaldy vandalism spree

Teenager charged after Kirkcaldy vandalism spree

A teenager has been charged following a spate of vandalism in the Links and Seafield areas of Kirkcaldy.

Have you got a ‘fugly’ pet? It could be a TV star!

Have you got a ‘fugly’ pet? It could be a TV star!

Do you have a pet that’s, well, not the prettiest?

Dundee Sheriff Court

Man accused of £80k theft from veterans’ charity

A man is to stand trial accused of embezzling more than £80,000 from a charity that supports wounded military veterans.

Janice with her donations for Uganda. Pic by George McLuskie

Can you help Fife woman’s appeal to help Ugandan orphans?

Great-grandmother Janice Allan from Kirkcaldy has been overwhelmed by the support from the people of Kirkcaldy for her forthcoming trip to Uganda and fundraising for two local causes.

Revealed - Britain’s favourite flower

Revealed - Britain’s favourite flower

The humble garden rose has been revealed as Britain’s favourite flower.

Many visitors attended the plant sale at the campus open day.

Family fun day at Elmwood Campus in Cupar

SRUC Elmwood Campus in Cupar opened its doors again to the local community at their annual free family fun day recently.

Scots companies dominate tour awards

Scots companies dominate tour awards

Scottish companies have dominated a prestigious tourism awards ceremony, with 31 businesses scooping gongs in Glasgow.

Picture of the scene at Manchester Arena (Pic: @Suzymoonbeam/PA Wire

Manchester attack – mourn, condemn but don’t do anything stupid

Condemn the suicide bombing in Manchester last night – but don’t launch any knee-jerk military action in response.

Cold callers top poll of 100 things that drive Brits mad

Cold callers top poll of 100 things that drive Brits mad

Cold callers, stepping in dog poo, queue-jumpers, kids screaming in public and people walking slowing in front of you are the top five things that make Brits say ‘get me outta here’, according to a new study by

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Police say the BMW pulled away from them at what was their top speed of 122mph

BMW driver ‘clocked at more than 122mph,’ say police

A police patrol car accelerated to 122mph but was unable to keep up with a speeding driver in Fife, a court has heard.

Police say a man has been charged.

Man charged after High Street crash

A man has been charged after a High Street crash which saw one woman taken to hospital.

Peter Whiteford.

Peter is cut out in Spain

Wellsgreen’s Peter Whiteford was unable to get his Challenge Tour campaign off to a flying start over the weekend.

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New McDonald’s could be torpedoed by objection

Plans to open a drive-thru branch of McDonald’s in Leven could be scuppered, after an objection was raised due to potential flooding concerns.

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UK consumers most likely to shop online on Mondays

UK consumers most likely to shop online on Mondays

As Retail Therapy Week begins today (May 22-28) to celebrate the positive impact shopping can have on people, new research reveals that Monday is the most popular day for UK consumers to indulge in some retail relaxation.

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