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Theatre Review: Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games at Edinburgh Playhouse

I had been looking forward to seeing Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games ever since I saw the original show on DVD 20 years ago and I have to say it didn’t disappoint.

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Health Secretary Shona Robison

Pay settlement for NHS staff announced

A pay increase has been confirmed for all NHS Scotland staff for the fourth year in a row.

House moving priorities revealed

House moving priorities revealed

Home security is 43rd on the list of things we think about when moving house – with Brits more concerned about whether there are regular buses and the proximity to good friends.

66% of families don’t talk at tea time

66% of families don’t talk at tea time

Conversations around the dinner table are fast becoming a dying trend, with British families choosing to either not eat around the table, feeling too tired to talk or too distracted by their gadgets to pay attention to those around them.

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Corrie McKeague search: Police slammed over ‘mistakes’

An ex-police officer has hit out at the investigation into missing Fife airman Corrie McKeague.

Allan Bryant Snr with his son Allan who has been missing since November, 2013.

Family call in private detectives in search for missing Fife man

The father of missing Fife man Allan Bryant, has met with private investigators in a bid to find out what has happened to his son.

Resurfacing works will cause diversions. Pic Lisa Ferguson

Five nights of roadworks start Sunday

Drivers are being warned to expect five nights of diversions ahead of an £84,000 roadworks project starting this weekend.

The Rule building in South Street dates back to around 1840.

Discover the tales behind the names in St Andrews ...

A new book is offering a fascinating tour of St Andrews’ pub scene, charting the town’s taverns, alehouses and watering holes from past centuries to more recent times.

Equalities Secretary Angela Constance.

Refugee integration strategy unveiled

A new strategy on supporting refugees in Scotland’s communities will be published this year, Equalities Secretary Angela Constance has confirmed.

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EU student status confirmed

EU student status confirmed

EU nationals choosing to study in Scotland and enrolling in 2018-19 have been guaranteed free tuition for the duration of their entire course, Deputy First Minister John Swinney announced today.

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Dundee Sheriff Court

Chip shop boss handed road ban

A boss at one of Scotland’s most famous chip shops has been banned from the road - after being caught driving at 116mph on a busy dual carriageway.

The Steering Group of the Fife Pilgrim Way met at St Andrews Cathedral to celebrate receiving confirmation of National Lottery funding.

Funding to ensure Fife Pilgrim Way becomes a reality

An exciting new long distance walking route, the Fife Pilgrim Way, is set to become a reality thanks to funding of £399,000 from The National Lottery.

High Court Edinburgh.  Pic: Jane Barlow

Man handed six year jail sentence for brutal attack

A man has been jailed for six and a half years following a brutal murder bid on a victim who had tried to act as a peacemaker.

Liam Southby

Police fears for teenager missing since Monday

Police have launched an urgent appeal to find a teenager reported missing since Monday.

Warning of increased wildfire risk

Warning of increased wildfire risk

The Scottish Wildfire Forum (SWF) is raising awareness about the increased risk of wildfire across most parts of Scotland over the next few days - as weather forecasters predict very dry conditions.

Toby pictured with his mum in 2015, a few months after the family received the devastating leukaemia diagnosis

Brave Fife boy with cancer puts his best foot forward for charity

A plucky Fife schoolboy undergoing treatment for leukaemia is facing a major challenge this weekend to raise money for the charity he inspired.

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Protestors outside the Town House. Pic by FPA

Unions protest against NHS Fife cuts

A demonstration against cuts to the NHS Fife budget took place yesterday outside Kirkcaldy’s Town House.

Customers could be due compensation.  

Customers of Fife mortgage firm could be in line for compensation

Customers could be in line for compensation for money lost after a Cupar investment and mortgage firm folded.

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David Cowan has signed up for the 2017 Marathon Des Sables  an approximately 156-mile ultra-marathon race in the Sahara desert.

Cupar employee signs up for marathon challenge

Spring might be in the air but the challenge of the searing Sahara heat is calling for one Cupar employee.

The First Minister made the announcement at Scotland Food and Drinks 10th annual conference in Glasgow.

A new strategy to drive growth in Scotland’s food and drinks industry has been launched

A new, ambitious strategy to drive growth in Scotland’s farming, fishing, food and drink industry has been unveiled by industry body, Scotland Food & Drink.

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