The recent Craft Fair at Leven’s Letham Glen was so successful, organisers have already put the wheels in motion for the next one!
THE man who started the internationally successful Street Pastors movement is to visit Levenmouth on his first ever Scottish tour.
THE Al-Anon Family Groups charity in north east Fife, which is run by volunteers, has drawn acclaim from its local MSP.
THE East Neuk has a brand new holiday park thanks to the final realisation of a dream from a mother and daughter team.
PEOPLE in Fife living with MS should be given the right treatment, care and support, according to a local MSP.3 comments
SPRING has finally sprung at the Cambo Estate, with the very welcome arrival of some new additions.
THE first school visit before Leven’s very own community charette has been hailed as a success by organisers of the event.
VISITORS to the current art exhibition at the Anstruther Fisheries Museum have the chance to meet and greet the artist who created it.
Grant Whytock, former deputy rector at Buckhaven High School, has been announced as the new interim head at the Levenmouth school.
THEY infested a beloved Leven beauty spot in large numbers at the weekend, prompting fears on Sunday of a not-so-Glorious Twelfth.
LEVEN woman, Maureen MacNeill, helped save her partner’s life after he suffered a stroke last weekend thanks to a television advert.
TAXI drivers in Levenmouth and north east Fife have been congratulated and criticised in fairly equal measures over vehicle maintenance standards.
RESIDENTS and councillors have called for action from Fife Council after a two-vehicle collision on the Standing Stane road last week.1 comment
A LOCAL councillor has reacted angrily to claims by Fife Council that it has retained bus services in Levenmouth, despite financial pressure.
BOARDROOM changes have been announced at the very top level of the firm which is Leven’s biggest employer – Diageo.
TWO Levenmouth men will be climbing into the saddle to pedal from Leven to Belgium, raising vital funds for Scottish armed forces veterans .
THERE were smiles all round at Methil’s Aberhill bus depot, as it did the business for Comic Relief in a special contest.
Nearly 80 per cent of children who attend school in the Levenmouth area who took part in a recent survey feel happy at school.
BUCKHAVEN Bowling Club has plenty to celebrate after receiving over £9000 worth of funding which has resulted in a brand new lounge.
RESTORATIONS and conservation works to Anstruther’s historic and highly visible Hew Scott Hall, St Nicolas Tower and Anstruther Wester Town Hall, have recently begun.
SWIFT action is being taken by a local Levenmouth councillor to call time on drinking in a public playpark in East Wemyss.
THE ceremonial first cut of steel for the construction of sub-sea jackets in a major offshore project was celebrated last week at Methil’s BiFab yard.
A LEVEN man has said he is worried that someone may get seriously hurt if a burst water pipe in his garden is not fixed soon.
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust has launched a £50,000 job creation challenge to would-be-entrepreneurs in Scotland’s former mining towns and villages.
STRAW was spun into gold, figuratively speaking, as the Elie Scarecrow Festival made a spectacular return over the weekend.
The Scottish Government has given consent for Samsung Heavy Industries’ (SHI) large 7 MW offshore demonstration wind turbine at the Fife Energy Park in Methil.2 comments
A MAN in his 50s was taken to hospital last night (Tuesday) following a fire at a flat in Cellardyke.
DEVELOPER 2-B Energy is reportedly seeking to expand its interests at Fife Energy Park in a bid to erect a pair of turbine demonstrators.4 comments
NEW equipment has been bought by Fife Council to help ease the scourge of pot-holes across east of Fife communities.
THE links between animal crime and organised criminality has been highlighted after 300 wildlife incidents were recorded in Fife last year.
PARENTS in Levenmouth and the East Neuk have slammed a radical proposal to reduce the amount of time pupils spend in the classroom.
THE Remploy factories in Leven and Cowdenbeath have both received “viable bids” from interested parties, throwing workers a glimmer of hope they may remain open.
A man has been critically injured after he was knocked down by a lorry at the east end of Lundin Links, near to Mercury Motors, around 11.45am today (Tuesday).
AN unwanted Staffordshire bull terrier puppy, born with a missing foot, has been adopted by a kind-hearted Methil family.
Callous vandals have caused more than £1000 worth of damage after a tyre-slashing spree in Leven’s Broom Estate.
A Leven woman has spoken of her panic after she and her family became stranded and had to be rescued at Elie Chain Walk.
THE HEAD teacher at Buckhaven High School, David McClure, is moving to Madras College in St Andrews for a temporary spell in charge.
A popular tourist attraction near Anstruther has been given permission to host late-night functions for up to 700 people.
Plans to close several public toilets in the East Neuk have prompted calls for action from locals.
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