Sudden death of toddler inspired mum to help other bereaved parents

A singer-songwriter whose toddler son died in his sleep is hoping her Fife connections will help with a final fundraising push to help other parents.

Lade Braes, St Andrews.

£50k boost to fix up popular St Andrews beauty spot

The neglected Lade Braes area is to be repaired and improved, thanks to a £50,000 funding boost from the St Andrews Common Good Fund.

Kieran Timmons successfully completed a Lands End to John O Groats cycle raising �9000 for Cancer Research UK.

Challenge of a lifetime takes Cupar cyclist from Lands End to John O’Groats

After donating to Cancer Research UK for years, a Cupar cyclist took to his bike to see if he could raise even more by pedalling the length of the country.

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10 reasons why kids think their grandma is cooler than their mum

More than half of British kids prefer their granny to their own mother, according to a new report.

Some of the atendees at the Old Course May Ball event

May Ball sees thousands handed out to local charities

More than £25,000 was handed out to local charities this week – the proceeds of the St Andrews Charity May Ball.

LoveOliver at Disneyland Paris. Jennifer Gill, Andy Gill and sons Rory and Micah, front

Dream family holiday for charity couple

The family behind an inspirational childhood cancer charity has just savoured a dream trip to Disneyland Paris.

Mr Donald 'G' Grewar  and Brynja Duthie enjoy the moment during the now annual fun run on September 4 at Madras.

Community unites in support of popular Madras teacher ‘Mr G’

It may have been billed as a charity run but it was more fun than run for those who turned out to support former teacher Donald ‘Mr G’ Grewar and to raise funds for research into Motor Neurone Disease.

Children join in the fun at Warout Walk fun day organised by Our Place Auchmuty on Sunday, September 4.

Fun, games and a new park design for Warout

Amidst the fun of a bouncy castle and more, community support group Our Place Auchmuty invited people to have a say in the future design of Warout Walk playpark at a fun day on Sunday.

Humanist weddings are becoming increasingly popular in Scotland (Photo courtesy of Humanist Society Scotland)

More couples choosing Humanist weddings

More humanist weddings took place in Scotland last year than those conducted by any single religious denomination for the first time ever, new figures show.

New maternity measures have been announced by the Scottish Government.

Measures set to help new mothers in the workplace

Healthy, flexible and safe workplaces should be prioritised for pregnant workers and new mothers in Scotland to maximise economic growth.

ANNIVERSARY: Isabella and Charles Imrie of University Avenue Pittenweem celebrate 70 yrs of marriage on October 11. Couple are shown with cllr Mike Scott-Hayward (who presented flowers on behalf of Fife Council) and Deputy Lord Lieutenant John Macinness.

East Neuk couple celebrate 70 years together

A COUPLE from the East Neuk has proven that love really does last, with the pair celebrating 70 years of wedded bliss earlier this month.

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