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Revealed: Scots blind to the world’s most endangered species

A new survey has revealed what Scots don’t know about the most endangered animal species on Earth.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Revealed: The top baby names of 2016

Revealed: The top baby names of 2016

The most popular names for your little bundles of joy have been announced for another year - but is your chosen name on the list?

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Scots are celebrating St Andrew's Day

Test yourself with our St Andrew’s Day trivia quiz

As Scots across the world celebrate St Andrew’s Day, we’re giving you the chance to show how much you know about your country.

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Shops could be a thing of the past by 2050

Shops could be a thing of the past by 2050

High Street retailers could be consigned to history by 2050 as virtual reality takes over the way we shop, experts predict.

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Chocolate contains theobromine  - highly toxic to dogs

Thousands of dogs will be poisoned by chocolate this Christmas

Thousands of dogs could be fatally poisoned this Christmas by gobbling down festive chocolate treats left lying around by their owners, new research has shown.

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Former KHS head boy Alasdair Pilmer works with one of the farmers in Zanzibar

Former Kirkcaldy head boy’s big Zanzibar challenge

A former head boy of Kirkcaldy High School has spent three months helping rural farmers in Zanzibar.

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The club will deliver your cards for just 25p per card

Cupar golfers to play postie once again this year

Members of Cupar Golf Club are donning their walking shoes for the ninth year in a row this Christmas to offer a card delivery service in and around Cupar.

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About 40 members of Cupar Youth Musical Theatre have been performing Monty Python's 'Spamalot' in the town's Corn Exchange.

Young cast earn standing ovation after capturing spirit of Monty Python classic

Cupar’s Corn Exchange was rocking to gales of laughter and thunderous applause as audiences were treated to a feast of Pythonesque humour with Cupar Youth Musical Theatre’s performance of the junior version of Eric Idle’s “Spamalot”.

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Fife folklore tales have been passed down through the generations

Tales of magic, fairies, buried gold and haunted castles ...

In days gone by folk the world over would gather round their fireside and tell stories.

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Heather Leuchars with local children in her Elves' workshop. Pic by FPA

Burntisland gran transforms garden into winter wonderland

A Burntisland grandmother has transformed the back garden of her home into an Elves’ workshop and invited local youngsters to come for a visit and post their letters for Santa.

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Jacqueline Dupuy has raised over �3000 for Victoria Hospital.

Windygates woman raises money to beat cancer

A Windygates woman suffering from breast cancer has raised over £3000 for Victoria Hospital.

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Tour guest Jenni Smith (right)

Christmas tours planned for Kings Theatre Kirkcaldy

The Kings Theatre Kirkcaldy Group have announced two new public tour dates for the weekend before Christmas, following its first hugely successful open door tour day for the public.

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Millions of Brits don’t know their home phone number

Millions of Brits don’t know their home phone number

Millions of Brits have no idea what their home telephone number is, according to new research.

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