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Obituary: Sandra Watson, 74, former journalist

News
Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court

Garage bullies sentenced for terrorising young apprentice

Crime
Colder weather is on the way

Most of Scotland to be hit with icy weather

News
The attack happened at Burntisland Links.

Violent sex attacker jailed after rape attempt

Crime

Kinghorn’s bravest war hero to be honoured

News

Which Fife street had the most parking tickets last year?

Transport

Lifeboat crew rescue woman, child and two dogs

News

Crooked lawyer struck off after conning aunt out of £269,000

Crime
Claire Baker MSP (Pic: George McLuskie)

Students’ fight to save journalism course raised in Holyrood

Education
Stagecoach bus service 33B will depart Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy and head along Wilson Avenue, resuming normal service after the vandalism incidents.

Bus route re-instated after vandals hit 33B

News

Which Fife street had the most parking tickets last year?

Transport

Extra train carriages for busy weekend of sport

Transport
The top of Wester Bogie Road was closed off.  Picture: Alex Moir

Road closed after two seriously injured in car and lorry crash

Transport
The campaign was launched this week.

Students launch rail link campaign

Transport

Garage bullies sentenced for terrorising young apprentice

Crime
The attack happened at Burntisland Links.

Violent sex attacker jailed after rape attempt

Crime
Dundee Sheriff Court

Crooked lawyer struck off after conning aunt out of £269,000

Crime
Stewart John McInroy

Victim’s anger at ‘light’ sentence for online troll

Crime

Students’ fight to save journalism course raised in Holyrood

Education
A protest was held in April 2010 against proposed cuts to music tuition in schools.

Proposed cuts to Fife’s education service branded ‘Dickensian’

Education
What could your potential earnings be?

Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Education
Fife College, St Brycedale campus

Fife College plan to scrap journalism course sparks backlash

News
Does your school have a budding Dickens who could write the next Christmas classic?

Prizes on offer for new Christmas classic

Education

Drop in fines for littering and dog mess due to fewer incidents, says council

Politics
Inset; last week's Fife Free Press front page.

Pressure on government to save Fife from Christmas credit misery

Politics
Gordon Brown  on stage in Kirkcaldy (Pic: Fife Photo Agency)

Brown: My biggest regret as Prime Minister

News
Gordon Brown delivers the inaugural Campbell Christie Lecture in the Scottish Parliament (Pic: TSPL)

Ten years on, Gordon Brown pens his memoirs

News
Gordon Brown at the Cottage Centre, Kirkcaldy (Pic: Walter Neilson)

Gordon Brown: My fears for my sight

News

Mossmorran bosses ‘committed to safety and efficiency’

Environment
Mossmorran.

Mossmorran third biggest in Scotland for green house gases

Environment
Kevin OKane, Greenspace officer; Roger Honeyman, area officer Parks Streets & Open Spaces; Janice Laird, community manager north east Fife; Damien Woods, service manager Parks Streets & Open Spaces; Clare Hill, parks development officer; Alan Bisset, parks development officer east; Alan White, area officer Parks streets & Open Spaces.

Haugh Park raises Green Flag

News

Campaign to keep care home open

Health
The Volunteers Award went to Roslynn and Andy Hume, represented at the awards by Teresa Perry,  and Forth Valley First Responders.

NHS Fife staff scoop accolades at Scottish Health Awards 2017

Health
Market Street in St andrews

Warning over stolen horse medication

Crime
Fife woman Claire Watson has been telling her story in a new book.

Book to raise awareness of painful condition that affects one in ten women

Health
Dental Specialist Barry Corkey who is one of the NHS Fife staff shortlisted for an award at the Scottish Health Awards.  Pic: George McLuskie.

NHS Fife staff efforts recognised in health awards shortlist

Health