Boat falls off back of lorry

Villagers in Ceres had a shock this morning when a speed boat fell off the back of a trailer in Main Street.

Are you prepared for winter? Pic: Phil Wilkinson

Police Scotland asks Fife drivers, ‘Are you ready for winter?’

Police in Fife are running a seven day initiative, starting tomorrow (Monday, October 17) to encourage drivers to prepare for winter driving as part of the Get Ready for Winter Campaign.

Claire Baker MSP and Cllr Judy Hamilton are campaigning for a crossing outside the Coop on Bennochy Road, Kirkcaldy.

Safety first in call for Kirkcaldy road crossing

A Fife MSP has joined the campaign calling for the installation of a pedestrian crossing outside a convenience store in Kirkcaldy.

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Repairs are under way.

Disruption for drivers as work begins on St Andrews route

St Andrews drivers face almost three weeks of disruption as Abbey Walk closes for major roadworks.

Scottish Transport Minister Humza Yousaf MSP met the family of A92 crash victim Logan Carrie to discuss safety imporvements.

Minister’s visit gives family hope of A92 crossing

The Grieving grandparents of Glenrothes youngster killed on the A92 , have welcomed the visit new Scottish Transport Minister made to the site where the tragedy occurred.

Mr Brown met witht he previous Transport Minister Derek Mackay MSP in July 2015.

New Transport Minister to visit A92 Logan crash site

The grieving grandfather of Logan Carrie will meet new Scottish Transport Minister today (Wednesday) at the site where the nine-year-old was tragically killed.

The Forth Road Bridge was closed late last year

Fifers change travel arrangements following bridge closure

Commuters in Fife could be changing their travelling patterns permanently, academics have predicted.

The northbound exit will have a four-way traffic light system while the roadworks commence

Roadworks affecting northbound traffic on A92

A four-way light traffic management system is in place on the northbound exit on the A92 Tullis Russell roundabout as roadworks are underway.

Motorists crossing the Forth face delays overnight on Friday

A90 delays as gantries go up overnight

Motorists are warned to expect Forth Bridge delays on Friday night as overhead gantries are installed on the A90.

The Balfarg Junction on the A92 in Glenrothes

“We are firmly committed to A92 safety” – Transport Scotland

Transport Scotland says it is ‘fully committed’ to improving safety on the A92, despite a barage of recent criticism from community groups.

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Parking charges are being brought in on Sundays, but won't apply until 1pm.

Sunday afternoon parking charges are on the way

Car parking charges on Sundays will be introduced in Fife – but only from 1pm.

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LevenMouth Rail Campaign leaflet and logo

Rail campaign conference

The Levenmouth Rail Campaign (LMRC) is holding a conference this Friday afternoon in the Fife Renewables Innovation Centre at Methil Docks.

There is no option to pay to park for just half an hour in South Street, unlike neighbouring streets in the town centre.

St Andrews parking still under debate

Discussions are continuing into the cost of car parking in St Andrews after an anomaly in the amount of time that can be paid for was highlighted at the town’s community council.

This  journey from Fife could become cheaper if Fife Councils campaign is successful.

Fairer rail fares campaign builds up a head of steam

Fife councillors are optimistic that the Kingdom could soon see fairer rail fares.

North Glenrothes Community Council chairman Ron Page on the A92.

A92 activists claim concerns are being treated with ‘disdain’

Activists in Glenrothes have called upon the Scottish Government to act after claims that transport bosses are treating safety concerns on the A92 with disdain.

Edinburgh Airport. Pic by Ian Georgeson

Have your say on Edinburgh flight paths

Residents in Kirkcaldy, Kinghorn and Burntisland are being invited to give their views on Edinburgh Airport’s Airspace Change Programme (ACP) at a meeting in Dunfermline tomorrow night.

Police are still on the scene of the crash

Three vehicle crash on Standing Stane road

Police are still on the scene of a road traffic collision on the A915 Standing Stane.

Roger Mullin was out to hear the traders' concerns recently.

West End traders: “We’re struggling”

Two west end traders in Kirkcaldy say the council should be forced to share the late fee penalty money it is receiving from the roadworks contractor.

Cllr Ian Sloan pictured earlier this year with village residents Pic: Fife Photo Agency

Parents hit back after Coaltown crossing objections

“Don’t back down on our agreement,– the safety of our children has to be the absolute priority in our village.”

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Verge works are still to be carried out.

Improvements to Standing Stane nearly complete

Road safety improvement work on the A915 Standing Stane Road between Windygates and Kirkcaldy is nearing completion.

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