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Leven technician wins award

A former Fife College apprentice has been named the Automotive Apprentice of the Year.

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Volunteers at the last donation's day.

Concert to support refugees

A concert will be staged next week to raise money to support refugee camps around Europe.

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Maureen (left) and Sheena with Mike Lowe from the coffee shop

Kirkcaldy author’s Scots’ audiobook is the cat’s whiskers

Lang Toun author, artist and poet Maureen Sangster is bringing her mither tongue to the younger generation in a groundbreaking new project.

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Outlander star Scott Kyle (left) visits the Kings Theatre Kirkcaldy

Star backing for drive to launch Kings Theatre Kirkcaldy

Stars from the worlds of music and television have given their backing to the restoration project at Kirkcaldy’s Kings Theatre.

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Could a new ice cream parlour be given the go ahead in Fife?

New ice cream parlour proposed for Fife village

A proposal to open an ice cream parlour in a former Fife bank building has been submitted to Fife Council.

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Scoonie House resident Etta Simpson celebrated her 100th birthday recently. Pic by George McLuskie

Former Fife teacher celebrates 100th birthday

A Leven centenarian celebrated her landmark birthday on Friday.

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New Monopoly pieces could include emoji, dinosaur, duck and penguin

New Monopoly pieces could include emoji, dinosaur, duck and penguin

Traditional Monopoly pieces are facing ‘the boot’ - but you can vote on what you’d like to see in their place.

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Garden gnomes, prosthetic legs and an apple tree - all left behind in hotel rooms

Garden gnomes, prosthetic legs and an apple tree - all left behind in hotel rooms

We’ve all rushed out of a hotel to catch our flight or train back home, and most of us will have forgotten some vital item - our phone, or a pair of socks, or perhaps the papers for that presentation that your business trip was all about.

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Members of the Fife Branch of the Black Watch R.H.R. Association outside Roth Halls. (Pic George McLuskie).

Black Watch veterans honour Red Hackle

Red Hackle Day - a century-old Black Watch tradition - has been marked by former soldiers from the famous Scottish regiment in Fife.

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Health risk forces Doritos to recall crisps

Health risk forces Doritos to recall crisps

The owners of popular crisp brand. Doritos, is recalling some products after it was revealed they could pose a health risk.

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Bowie tribute at Kirkcaldy theatre

Bowie tribute at Kirkcaldy theatre

A musical event to mark the anniversary of David Bowie’s death will take place in Kirkcaldy tonight.

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Why not do something nice for someone else? Pic: Ian Rutherford

Start 2017 with a random act of kindness ...

And we’ll tak’ a cup o’ kindness yet, for auld lang syne.

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Quiz: Can you spell better than a 9-year-old?

Quiz: Can you spell better than a 9-year-old?

You might be able to spell Mississippi, but can you keep up with the brightest young spelling talent in the UK?

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Help make a fairer Fife by volunteering in 2017

Help make a fairer Fife by volunteering in 2017

After the festivities of Chrismas and seeing in the New Year, it’s time to look ahead to 2017 and make resolutions for the rest of the year.

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Warning over ‘convincing’ fake Amazon emails

Warning over ‘convincing’ fake Amazon emails

Fraud and cybercrime experts Action Fraud are warning the public to be on their guard, following reports of convincing looking emails claiming to be from Amazon.

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Will you enter the competition?

Bring the Bard’s work to the Cupar stage!

The countdown to our celebration of the Bard is under way!

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Neil MacNicol broke two unofficial records.

Running man breaks two unofficial records

A Burntisland runner believes he has become the first person to complete a popular walking route unsupported while breaking another record at the same time.

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Exercise your way to a healthy new you this New Year

Exercise your way to a healthy new you this New Year

NHS 24 is encouraging people to take up the challenge of exercise this winter to ward off unwanted illness. Getting fit and healthy is usually at the top of most people’s New Year resolution lists and small changes can help protect against common colds and flu.

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Levenmouth will be hosting French visitors in June.

Appeal for hosts to welcome French twinning visitors

The Levenmouth Twinning Association is urging locals to get involved in an international project this summer.

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Pupils from Balmullo Primary taking part in the challenge

Fife pupils grow a fortune for local charities

Young people from twelve primary schools across Fife were challenged to grow £4 into a fortune in four weeks.

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