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Ten days left to use old paper notes

You only have until next week to use your paper £5 and £10 notes.

Business
Michael Mowat

Family’s tribute to Kirkcaldy killer

The family of a convicted killer who died following a disturbance at HMP Glenochil at the weekend have issued a statement and photograph through Police Scotland.

Crime
Charlie Mosey, Fife Flyers (Pic: Steve Gunn)

Charlie Mosey: The player at very heart of Fife Flyers’ success

The record books will show that newly-arrived Dan Correale scored the overtime goal that clinched victory for Fife Flyers on Sunday night.

Sport
Fife Flyers celebrate winning the Gardiner Conference title in Dundee. Pic: Steve Gunn

The Fife Flyers way: Conference title secured after dramatic night in Dundee

Dundee Stars 6 Fife Flyers 7 (OT)
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Fife Flyers, Gardiner Conference winners 2017-18  - Ricards Birzins and Dannick Gauthier celebrate (Pic: Steve Gunn)

Fife Flyers set for trophy presentation night

Fife Flyers will be presented with the Gardiner Conference trophy on Saturday.

Sport
Junior Sportshall Festival teams announced

Junior Sportshall Festival teams announced

A young Glenrothes athlete has been selected to represent Fife in the SDS Junior Sportshall Festival.

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Edinburgh Rugby to train with Fife youngsters

Edinburgh Rugby to train with Fife youngsters

Youngsters at Glenrothes Rugby Club will get the fantastic opportunity to train with their heroes.

Sport
Simon & Garfunkel: Through The Years is coming to Crail Community Hall on Saturday, June 23, at 8pm.

Simon & Garfunkel songbook added to 2018 Crail Festival

Crail Festival committee has lined-up a top-class additional pre-festival event.

Whats on
Robert Kilgour, appointed chairman of Kingdom FM, February 2018

Robert is new chairman at Kingdom FM

Care home entrepreneur, Robert Kilgour, is the new chairman of Kingdom FM.

Business
Kirkcaldy murderer killed in jail

Kirkcaldy murderer killed in jail

A convicted murderer from Kirkcaldy has been killed in jail.

Crime
Scottish pupils who have their work included in a new SQA book celebrating the work of pupils studying English.

Talented pupils from Fife become published authors

A number of Fife school pupils have become published authors after the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) launched a brand new collection of creative writing, produced by students from across Scotland.

Education
Curling stones.

Curling: Landmark birthday for local club

As the 23rd Winter Olympics take place in Pyeongchang in South Korea, a local club is celebrating a milestone birthday of its own.

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Fife Fours: Markinch into semi-finals

Fife Fours: Markinch into semi-finals

On Sunday, at East Fife Indoor B.C. the Fife Fours competition had reached the quarter final stage and Markinch faced Kirkcaldy for a place in the semi finals.

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Fifers urged to remember: ‘Seen something? Say something’

Fifers urged to remember: ‘Seen something? Say something’

Fife people are being urged to act on their instinct if they think an adult is being harmed, neglected or taken advantage of, says Fife Adult Support and Protection Committee (ASPC).

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Amateur football: Kennoway stretch lead in title race

The Kingdom of Fife AFA top of the table Division 1 clash between Kennoway Amateurs and Balgonie Scotia at Cotlands Park was decided by a Connor penalty for the hosts two minutes into the second half.

Football

Thornton Hibs 3-4 Camelon: Crazy 12 minutes costs Hibs

Three goals in 12 second-half crazy minutes denied Thornton Hibs victory against Camelon last Saturday.

Football
Jimmy Osmond on stage at Rothes Halls, Glenrothes (Pic: Cath Ruane)

Review: Jimmy Osmond, Moon River And Me

Jimmy Osmond: Moon River & Me, Rothes Halls, Glenrothes

Whats on
KFC in Kirkcaldy still closed after delivery problems

KFC in Kirkcaldy still closed after delivery problems

KFC the fried chicken fast food outlet at Fife Central Retail Park is still closed this morning due to delivery problems.

Business
The Anster Haddies had members racing in parkruns across the globe.

Parkruns are the order of the day for Haddies

Anster Haddies got the weekend off to a good start with many members taking part in parkrun events - not just at home but across the globe.

Sport
What do locals want for Crail?

Locals to discuss future of East Neuk village

A charette is to be held in an East Neuk village to help build a long term vision for its future.

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