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‘Smelly’ bins wheeled out of sight in Kirkcaldy’s east end

Traders and residents in the east end of Kirkcaldy High Street have expressed their delight after Fife Council agreed to move communal rubbish bins from their doorstep which had been making lives a misery.

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The flat where Jennifer's body was found

Man watched TV in Kirkcaldy flat while lover’s body lay near him

A CONVICTED thug killed his lover – then watched football on television as her dead body lay near him.

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Suspicious Fife fire causes significant damage

Police in Fife are appealing for witnesses following a suspicious fire in Cardenden over the weekend.

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Man makes second appearance on murder charge

A Methil man has made a second appearance in court charged with the murder of Kirkcaldy man James Beveridge.

Residents at Lochty Meadows have been left shocked

Residents in Thornton shocked by “threatening” letter.

Residents on a Thornton housing estate were left shocked and angry after receiving a letter from a house builder claiming £74,000 for “loss of earnings” because they objected to a planning application.

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Promises given over Fife’s home care service

“We are determined to listen, learn and improve.”

Margaret and David Nicholson. Pic by FPA

Kirkcaldy man nursed back to health “from death’s door.”

Kirkcaldy man David Nicholson has been described as “a living miracle” after being nursed back to health from death’s door.

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Glenrothes incident proves there is smoke without fire

Firefighters in Glenrothes dealt with an incident at the Brand Rex premises on Viewfield industrial estate on Wednesday.

Health professionals across NHS Scotland are working to reduce the likelihood of outbreaks arising.

HPS announces increase in norovirus cases

Health Protection Scotland (HPS) has today announced that there has been an increase in levels of norovirus across Scotland.

Many adults in Scotland eat less than half the recommended daily amount of fruit and vegetables, despite worrying about how their diet affects their health.

Attitude to fruit and veg ‘risking health’

Most adults in Scotland worry about how their diet will affect their health, but more than three in four (76 per cent) are still failing to eat the recommended five portions of fruit and vegetables every day, a survey by the National Charity Partnership has found.

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Ice Guardians - poster for new film on ice hockey enforcers

Ice Guardians gets Scottish screening in Kirkcaldy

Kirkcaldy is set to host the first Scottish screening of ‘Ice Guardians’ the acclaimed new documentary on ice hockey’s enforcers - thanks to a push on social media by the sport’s fans

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Baby who died at Fife flat named by police

A baby who died at a Fife address over the weekend has been named by police.

The Scottish Government has awarded nearly �50,000 to Equate Scotland.

New scheme to help women get back into work

A new scheme will help retrain women who have taken career breaks and get them back into work, Minister for Employability Jamie Hepburn has announced on the same day as the publication of statistics which show the gender pay gap in Scotland is closing.

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Crook ruined family’s caravan holiday

A CROOK who ruined a family’s holiday by ransacking their caravan and stealing their car was today behind bars.

The daylight savings system reaches 100 years old in 2016.

Daylight savings at 100 – a century of wasted opportunity

As the daylight savings system reaches 100 years old in 2016, family safety charity RoSPA – which also celebrates its centenary this year – is calling for a time-shift fit for the 21st century.

Protestors at a Scottish Water Meeting regarding the 'Methil Ming' - at New Bayview, Methil

Ming’s gone, but do we smell goodwill?

After more than a decade of suffering, Levenmouth residents can finally rejoice that the notorious ‘Methil Ming’ seems to be nearing an end.

New Bayview  Pic by TAM PELAN.

Levenmouth turbine plan in jeopardy

A controversial plan to erect an 81m wind turbine in the grounds of New Bayview may be scuppered because of a Scottish Water pipe.

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Callum Skinner at Edinburgh Waverley Station.

Olympic star joins veterans to launch poppy appeal

Scotland’s cycling star, Callum Skinner, added a touch of gold dust to this year’s launch of the Scottish Poppy Appeal at Waverley railway station in Edinburgh.

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Police hunt Dalgety Bay flasher

Police in Fife are appealing for witnesses following an indecent exposure in Dalgety Bay.

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