Reports of child neglect on the rise

Reports of child neglect to the NSPCC helpline in Scotland has reached record numbers.

Eve McAuley performs as Stevie Nicks in top tribute act McFleetwood.

Scotland’s tribute to Fleetwood Mac set to pack out PJ Molloys

Scotland’s very own Fleetwood Mac tribute band have been performing sell-out gigs across the country.


Fife casts verdict on long-awaited Barclay report

The long-awaited Barclay Report offers “marginal tweaks to a broken system,” according to experts in Fife.

Kiltwalk in St Andrews.

St Andrews turns tartan for Kiltwalk

St Andrews turned tartan on Sunday as thousands donned their kilts for charity.

Glenochil Prison. Picture: Neil Hanna

Prisoner ‘Obi Wan Kenobi’ attacked guards and held dirty protest

A prisoner from Fife smeared excrement over her cell, tore a drip needle out of her own arm, and ripped up supposedly tear-proof clothing, during days of disorder at one of Scotland’s toughest jails, a court heard today.

A view over the town of St Andrews. PIC:PAUL TOMKINS/VisitScotland

Focus on St Andrews Photography Festival

A festival celebrating 176 years of Scottish photography has been awarded a funding boost from VisitScotland.

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Allan Bryant with Celebrity Trolls host Frankie Bridge.

Parents of missing Allan Bryant to feature in Channel 5 troll abuse programme

The parents of missing Fife man Allan Bryant are to appear on national television this week to talk about the heartbreaking abuse received from online trolls.

The collision involved the motorcycle and a blue BMW 1 series

Arrest following St Andrews offences

A man has been arrested following a series of offences in St Andrews.

Leadbetter swings in a cross during the weekend's defeat.

Cupar Hearts 2-4 Hearts of Beath

Cupar Hearts kicked off their new Kingdom of Fife League campaign with a disappointing defeat at the hands of Hearts of Beath.

Here's a taste of some of the funniest jokes of this year's Edinburgh Fringe.

Funniest jokes of this year’s Edinburgh Fringe revealed

A joke about the new pound coin has been named the funniest of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Football fans jailed after drug-fuelled brawl

Football fans jailed after drug-fuelled brawl

Football fans who left two Celtic fans - one a former SPFL star - unconscious in the middle of the road following a brutal, alcohol and cocaine fuelled street assault after an Old Firm game were today jailed.

Keith Brooke steps down as RHASS chairman

Keith Brooke steps down as RHASS chairman

The Royal Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has announced that Keith Brooke has stepped down from his role as Chairman of the Society for personal reasons.

Meet the contestants of this year's Great British Bake Off

The Great British Bake Off 2017: Meet the contestants

The wait for The Great British Bake Off is nearly over and now the contestants for this year’s show have been revealed and they include a scientist, an architect and a former Officer in the Royal Artillery.

Scotland’s happiest place is on a beach in the Hebrides

Scotland’s happiest place is on a beach in the Hebrides

Admiring the white sandy beaches of the Hebrides has been voted the country’s ultimate “happy place”, according to a new study.

Members of Fife Council's Central Area Planning Committee unnanomously rejected the application on Monday.

Planners reject proposal for open cast mine close to Fife village

A long-standing plan to establish an open cast coal mining pit on the outskirts of a picturesque Fife village, has been knocked back by planners.

People are urged to sign up for the Great British Beach Clean.

Sign up for the Great British Beach Clean

A leading marine charity is looking for volunteers to get on board with the UK’s biggest beach clean event.

Mark Ogg put Tayport ahead from the penalty spot.

Tranent 0-3 Tayport

A commanding second half performance saw Tayport collect all three East Premier League points from their potentially difficult trip to Tranent’s Foresters Park.

Judy Murray visited St Andrews to promote her book. (Pic: Peter Adamson)

Judy Murray visits Fife

Judy Murray was in Fife this week to promote her autobiography, Knowing the Score.

Deputy First Minister John Swinney visits Pathhead PS in Kirkcaldy.

Deputy First Minister’s praise for Fife school

Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, John Swinney visited Pathhead Primary School in Kirkcaldy yesterday on Monday.

A convoy system will be in place

Roadworks due to begin on notorious stretch in Fife

Work is due to begin tomorrow (Wednesday) on further improvements to a notorious stretch of the A92 in Fife.

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