A long-term empty property in Kirkcaldy has been transformed into an affordable rented family house thanks to an empty homes initiative.1 comment
ARE you one of the thousands of Fife Council schoolchildren who visited Ardroy Outdoor Education Centre over the past 40 years?
PEOPLE in Fife living with MS should be given the right treatment, care and support, according to a local MSP.3 comments
TOWNSFOLK will be invited to take a step back in time when a new exhibition opens in the newly refurbished Kirkcaldy Galleries next month.
A VISIT to a popular Kirkcaldy store left a woman and her disabled mother upset after they claimed they were treated “rudely” by staff.
QUESTION marks continue to surround the circumstances which led to a man lying unconscious in a Kirkcaldy street.
PLANS to build a new playpark in Dallas Drive are to go ahead - despite the objections of a local resident.2 comments
THOUSANDS of people from around Fife and far beyond flocked to Kirkcaldy town centre to watch dozens of top class cyclists in action.2 comments
DYSART explorer John McDouall Stuart’s former house is being re-opened today (Thursday) after undergoing a restoration project.
DRIVERS are being promised faster journeys as a major Kirkcaldy road improvement project finally reaches the end of the road.2 comments
A NEW group has been formed to help transform Dunnikier Park into an oasis for nature and introduce new attractions.
THE missing pillar at Kirkcaldy’s Beveridge Park is finally back in place – almost two years after it was hit by a circus lorry.
A LOCAL councillor said he is “bitterly disappointed” at the decision to close the cafe at a Burntisland leisure facility.3 comments
DISCUSSIONS have been held to try to safeguard the future of closure threatened public toilets in Burntisland and Kinghorn.1 comment
A WOMAN had to be cut free from her car following a two vehicle collision on the Standing Stane Road near Kirkcaldy this morning (Friday).1 comment
A 16-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with a major fire at a storage building beside Rossend Castle, Burntisland, last week.
FAMOUS names are gearing up to mark a memorable festival in honour of Kirkcaldy’s most influential son next month .
THE REFURBISHMENT of Kirkcaldy Galleries is an investment in the town’s future and will be a facility locals will be able to enjoy for generations to come.1 comment
RUMOURS that a leading estate agency in Fife hit the rocks after a boss was made bankrupt are being denied by the new owner.
A LONG-RUNNING saga of overflowing recycling bins on a Kirkcaldy housing estate could soon be a thing of the past.
THE Lang Toun is preparing to go bike crazy with two of the country’s biggest two-wheeled events about to hit the town within five days of each other.
SUMMER 2012 and the Town House is buzzing with activity. The Council chamber, so often a place of sterile debate, came to life as the chairs and tables were removed, and people talked and shared ideas as they moved around the room.1 comment
IT COULD be another year before Burntisland has its historic clock tower back in place if funding cannot be secured before then.
FEARS have been expressed that years of planning could go down the drain if work doesn’t begin soon on a Kinghorn project.
EDUCATION chiefs have done a complete U-turn on a decision to refuse 13 children, living outwith catchment, a place at Strathallan Primary.
MORRISONS’ new state of the art foodstore at Invertiel will be built by Inverkeithing based building firm Muir Construction1 comment
A WHEELCHAIR user from Burntisland has criticised the recent restoration of the station as one platform is still inaccessible to the disabled.1 comment
BUDDING entrepreneurs are wanted to start up new businesses in Kirkcaldy town centre as part of an innovative scheme.1 comment
THREE shops are in the running to become the new home to Lochgelly Post Office with an online poll set up to gauge the public’s opinion.
Police Scotland are investigating the circumstances of the death of an 81-year-old woman in a flat at Ravenscraig, Kirkcaldy.
OPEN water swimming will be one of the new activities on offer to visitors at a Come and Try Day on Kinghorn Loch next weekend.
THE future comes a step closer on May 9 when Cardenden officially launches its five-year Community Action Plan in the Bowhill Community Centre.
SPRING has not quite sprung yet according to green fingered gardeners in Kirkcaldy.
KIRKCALDY MP Gordon Brown has unveiled a plaque commemorating the Fife Historic Buildings Trust winning a prestigious award.
WOULD-BE historians are being invited to take part in workshops to uncover information on Kirkcaldy churchman Rev. George Gillespie.
OFFICERS from Kirkcaldy North Community Team and Fife Council Trading Standards joined forces recently to target rogue traders.
KIRKCALDY’S Gallatown has long been seen as an area overlooked by those in charge of the purse strings in the town, with most of the money going to other places.
FIFE Council has pledged to remove potentially dangerous rubbish which has been dumped at a popular Kirkcaldy walking area.1 comment
PARENTS trying to get their kids into a top Kirkcaldy primary school have hit out after placement requests were rejected.1 comment
TWO local councillors have raised concerns about proposals to close public toilets in Burntisland and Kinghorn following a Fife-wide review.3 comments
FIFE’S former Chief Constable has been found guilty of careless driving.
A KIRKCALDY man who begged for help after collapsing with blood poisoning was refused an ambulance - five times.1 comment
POLICE in Fife are appealing for witnesses following the outbreak of two major fires within hours of each other on Sunday night.
THE pledge was quite simple. In front of over 120 invited guests at the town centre summit councillors promised: This is not a talking shop.1 comment
Police in Fife are continuing to investigate a large fire which took place at a scrapyard in Kirkcaldy’s Randolph Industrial Estate in the early hours of Monday.
Budding musicians or film directors in Kirkcaldy are being offered the chance to pick up extra skills at new adult education classes.
A Kirkcaldy primary school is celebrating being awarded almost half a million pounds of Lottery funding.1 comment
AN innovative new care service is to be rolled out in the Kirkcaldy area after coming through a highly successful trial.
A wide range of activities for young people living in Kirkcaldy’s Linktown are being planned for a new community venue, including a youth cafe.
A KIRKCALDY MSP believes ancient caves in danger of being lost to the sea could become a major tourist attraction if saved.
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