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Warning over Netflix scam

Netflix users are being urged to watch out for online scammers who are targeting users’ login and bank account details.

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Corrie McKeague

Police bid to trace CCTV pair in Corrie McKeague case

Two people seen on CCTV on the morning of an RAF gunner’s disappearance have still not been traced, while police have identified three potential witnesses after an appeal.

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Stuart McLeod appeared at Dunfermline Sheriff Court

Con man builder fined for trying to bully customers

A rogue trader who tried to scare his customers into paying sums he claimed were owed to him has been fined £4725.

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Argument over garden shears ends in court

Argument over garden shears ends in court

An 82-year-old man has had a charge of assaulting his pensioner neighbour in a bizarre row over a pair of garden shears not proven.

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Corrie McKeague

Specialist Cadaver dogs to help in hunt for Corrie McKeague

Dogs specially trained to find dead bodies have been drafted in to search for missing Fife man Corrie McKeague, his mother revealed.

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Police are appealing for witnesses to this mornings shooting incident

Pair charged after two men hospitalised

A man and a woman have been charged after two men were taken to hospital with head injuries.

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The car in the house

Cupar pensioner fined after driving car into house

A retired teacher ploughed his car into the side of a house - sending furniture flying across the room towards the home’s terrified occupants, a court heard today.

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Police appeal after theft of 60 metres of road barriers from Fife roadworks.

Thieves steal 60 metres of road barriers from Fife roadworks

Police in Glenrothes are appealing for information following the theft of road barriers.

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Police have arrested two men in connection with the recent spate of Post Office robberies

Men arrested and charged in connection with Post Office robberies

Police have arrested and a charged two men in connection with the recent spate of robberies and attempted robberies at Post Offices in the area.

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Police Scotland is appealing for information

Second man arrested in connection with Post Office robberies

Police Scotland have arrested and a charged a 38-year-old man in connection with robberies and attempted robberies at Post Offices.

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Video: CCTV shows killer withdrawing cash from Mary’s account

Police have welcomed the life sentence handed to Sandra Weir for the murder of an elderly woman in Leven.

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High Court in Edinburgh

Wooden table legs used in Fife murder attempt

A father-of-ten tried to murder a woman in a brutal attack with wooden table legs before sending her mother a social media message asking if her daughter was OK as he had “just not heard from her”.

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The Post Office in Burntisland, scene of one of the four raids (Pic: Steve Brown)

Man charged over Post Office robberies

Police have arrested and charged a man in connection with four armed robberies.

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Police attended the incident (Pic: George Mcluskie)

Fresh appeal after dumper truck Co-op crash

A fresh appeal has been made for information a month after a dumper truck collided with a Co-op in Kirkcaldy.

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Dunfermline Sheriff Court

Men had sex with underage girls in caravan

Two Fife men have been sentenced for having sex with 15-year-old girls in a caravan in Dunfermline.

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Elisei Cicalau

New sighting of missing man Elisei Cicalau’s car

Police say there has been a new sighting of a missing man’s car in Kirkcaldy, even though he has yet to return home.

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The semi-detached house was set on fire in the early hours of January 1. Picture: Roberto Cavieres/JP

Brave Bex battles on after house fire

The former Madras College pupil who was seriously injured in a deliberate house fire which killed her boyfriend is now in a “stable” condition, the NHS has confirmed.

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Dunfermline Sheriff Court

Man admits downloading indecent images

A Leven man has appeared in court for downloading indecent child images and extreme pornography.

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Code of practice for police ‘stop and search’ powers.

Code of practice for police ‘stop and search’ powers.

The principles determining when police can use “stop and search” powers have been set out in a code of practice.

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Fife pub ordered to pay �10,000 for screening sports without a licence.

Fife pub ordered to pay £10,000 for illegal football screening

A Fife pub has been ordered to pay £10,000 in damages for screening live sports without a licence.

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