Fife Today

Trip to Westminster up for grabs for responsible business champion


120 years of focusing on the big picture


Council tax to rise and rents to increase as Fife budget approved

Sunny spells

Final call to Fife’s unpaid carers to take part in survey


Call for council to give rail campaign a boost


New hair salon opens in Kirkcaldy town centre


Call for action as Fife commuters’ train woes continue

Stock image. Lisa Ferguson Johnston Press

Police warning for businesses after counterfeit cash incidents

From left: PC Kinga Miskiewicz, Robyn Stephen, Mrs Smith, PC Mark cCulloch and senior pupils launch the Travel Plan. Pic by Fife Photo Agency

New travel plan to help keep Kirkcaldy pupils safe

The Ladyboys of Bangkok return to the Adam Smith Theatre later this year.  Pic: Walter Neilson.

What’s On Listings – February 22 onwards

Whats on

Revealed: Stars coming to Fife for brand new book festival

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Stand up stars Carina MacLeod and Ronnie Golden are taking part in this weekend's ONFife Comedy Nights.

International talent stands up as comedy nights return to Fife

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Music: A celebration of the first ladies of soul

Hazel Duncan  is organising a fundraising coffee morning to help her friends raise money for Juvenile Diabetes  (Pic: George McLuskie)

Rallying round Aiden’s family for diabetes fundraising

Launch of the new community training garden. From left: Jackie Vural,  project co-ordinator, Greener Kirkcaldy,  Aileen Horn, Greener Kirkcaldy,  Wendy Reid, development manager Trust Association Scotland, Dave Wann, treasurer KCGA, and Suzy Goodsir, chief executive, Greener Kirkcaldy. Pic credit- Fife Photo Agency.

Turning a Kirkcaldy garden into a training ground ...