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Fifers urged to set sail for a new hobby

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Nostalgia: Adam Smith Halls ‘re-opens’ in 1999

Nostalgia

Nostalgia: KAOS production of Cabaret, 2001

Nostalgia

VIDEO: An aerial view of Kirkcaldy’s newest urban village

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Comic Con set to draw huge crowds to Dunfermline

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An ‘ice’ surprise for Beaver Colony

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72% of Scots admit they would keep lottery win a secret from friends and family

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Music: A celebration of the first ladies of soul

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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

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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 ...

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Nostalgia: Adam Smith Halls ‘re-opens’ in 1999

Nostalgia

Nostalgia: KAOS production of Cabaret, 2001

Nostalgia

Fife nostalgia: Drama students 1983

Nostalgia

Fife nostalgia: Station poem unveiled 1994

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Revealed: Mugshots of Fife’s criminals from the past

Nostalgia

Sudden death of toddler inspired mum to help other bereaved parents

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Scots would rather know their neighbours than grab a bargain when buying property

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Tourism in Fife has continued to blossom throughout 2017, as the Kingdom welcomed more than eight million visitors to the region. PIC IAN RUTHERFORD.

Tourism in Fife continues to grow

Travel
Suzie with one of the youngsters she has been helping in Rwanda.

How teacher Suzie is making a real difference to the people of Rwanda

Travel

Haunted Fife: Where are the most ghost sightings?

Offbeat
Herman Zapp and Candelaria Zapp with their four children, Pampa, 15, Tehue, 12, Paloma, 9 and Wallaby, 8 at Loch Leven in Kinross.  A globe-trotting couple who have voyaged across every continent in the world for the last 17 years have touched down in Scotland for the first time. Herman Zapp, 49 and Candelaria Zapp, 47, have journeyed to more than 100 countries in their 1928 car after giving up their jobs and home in Argentina.  See Centre Press story CPTRAVEL; A globe-trotting couple who have voyaged across every continent in the world for the last 17 years have touched down in Scotland for the first time. Herman Zapp, 49 and Candelaria Zapp, 47, have journeyed to more than 100 countries in their 1928 car after giving up their jobs and home in Argentina. What started as a couple living their dream has now grown into a family of six after having four children along the way - all born in different countries. The couple originally planned to travel between Argentina and Alaska but have not returned home since.

Globetrotting family make a landing in Fife

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Gavin Wood discovered a plot filled with so many characters about the Jacobite Grenadiers that he ultimately had to publish a trilogy!

Gallery of characters results in a blockbuster of a plot ...

Outdoors
Kenny at the end of the trek.

Kenny ends epic 2627 mile walk with a surprise

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Revealed - Britain’s favourite flower

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