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The Buzzcocks: Still Going Steady

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The Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy (FPA)

Gas cylinders stolen from hospital

Crime

Fife Police hunt man after indecent exposure in park

Crime
Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court
Pic Neil Hanna

Police officer on data charges

Crime

Gas cylinder theft at Victoria Hospital

Crime

Witness followed drink driver from Kirkcaldy and took his keys

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Ex soldier from Fife in court after smashing up hot tub

Crime

Restoration work set to return Craigtoun’s Dutch Village to former glory

Environment
David Goriak with his mum Lynne

MP urges UK Government to help Fife cadet stranded in the South China Sea

Politics
Fire engines outside the school

Head teacher moves to allay concerns after Kirkcaldy school fire

Education

“We are firmly committed to A92 safety” – Transport Scotland

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Parking charges are being brought in on Sundays, but won't apply until 1pm.

Sunday afternoon parking charges are on the way

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LevenMouth Rail Campaign leaflet and logo

Rail campaign conference

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There is no option to pay to park for just half an hour in South Street, unlike neighbouring streets in the town centre.

St Andrews parking still under debate

Transport
This  journey from Fife could become cheaper if Fife Councils campaign is successful.

Fairer rail fares campaign builds up a head of steam

Transport

Gas cylinders stolen from hospital

Crime

Fife Police hunt man after indecent exposure in park

Crime
Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court
Pic Neil Hanna

Police officer on data charges

Crime
Victoria Hospital (Pic: FPA)

Gas cylinder theft at Victoria Hospital

Crime

Head teacher moves to allay concerns after Kirkcaldy school fire

Education

Council rubbish claims of Glenrothes schools merger plan

Education
The first captaincy team at the new school.

Levenmouth Academy captains gather for official photograph

Education

Potential jobs boost if passed

Business
The derelict land next to Tesco proposed for the park

Retail park plan for Cupar sparks further concerns

Business 1
Roger Mullin is helping residents and traders with the communal bin problem in the east end of Kirkcaldy High Street.

Kirkcaldy east end shops say bin plans are rubbish!

Business 1
An artists impression of the orginal design which was rejected by councillors back in June

New £10m plan on table to revamp Homebase building

Business

MP urges UK Government to help Fife cadet stranded in the South China Sea

Politics
Leuchars Community Council takes care of the villages planters.

Leuchars community council looks set to fold

Politics
Dave Mole has urged everyone to support the council

Support community council or it may fold

Politics
Historic and iconic...First Minister Nicola Sturgeon joined by the SNP's newly elected members of the Scottish Parliament after securing the party's historic third consecutive election victory. (Picture Michael Gillen)

Nicola Sturgeon and SNP MSPs celebrate at Kelpies

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Restoration work set to return Craigtoun’s Dutch Village to former glory

Environment

Met Office storm names - is your name on the list?

Environment
Newburgh beach

Public exhibition on flood risk in Newburgh

Environment
Would you miss the phone boxes?

Call for rural communities to speak up before BT hangs up ...

Environment

Can you help lonely Fifers?

Health
From left: David Torrance MSP, Stewart English and Jenny Gilruth MSP

Bigger demand on foodbank from families

Health
One in four Scots surveyed by You Gov for sight loss charity RNIB still didnt know that eye examinations are free in Scotland.

One in four Scots don’t know eye exams are free

Health
Cupar runner Carolyn Haddow undertook a challenge to run 100km - 10k a day for 10 days - to raise awareness of early onset Alzheimer's in light of her friend Euan developing the disease t only 56.

Love and support unexpected outcome of running challenge

Health
Senior staff nurse Helen Caithness does a comfort check with patient Isabella Caldwell.

Taking steps to cut falls in Fife hospitals

Health