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Week of action to boost Leven rail campaign

The Levenmouth Rail Campaign (LMRC) has organised a week of action, starting on Friday, to highlight the need for political action to bring about the reinstatement of the line.

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The Forth Bridge (Pic: Jane Barlow)

Disused railway tunnel at Forth Bridge filled in

A disused railway tunnel near the Forth Road Bridge has been filled in – without anyone knowing work was being done!

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RBS closed its Leven branch last year.

Fears over RBS mobile service changes

RBS has been urged to reconsider changes to its schedule, after announcing that it would be spending less time in north east Fife communities.

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Macauley's Fruit & Veg in Burntisland

Awards success for Fife retailers

Four Fife businesses were among those celebrating after winning at the Scottish Independent Retail Awards 2018.

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Workers at BiFab marine engineering yards in Fife and Lewis had been facing the threat of redundancy after the company ran into financial difficulties. Picture: TSPL

News of BiFab deal welcomed

News that a deal has been struck with a Canadian company securing the future of BiFab’s yards in Burntisland, Methil and the Western Isles has been widely welcomed.

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Investment secured for BiFab

Investment secured for BiFab

New investment has been secured for BiFab and its yards at Burntisland and Methil.

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Volunteers wanted for community speed watch scheme in north east Fife

Volunteers wanted for community speed watch scheme in north east Fife

Police in north east Fife are urging locals to get involved in a local initiative and help tackle the issue of speeding around the area.

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Mobile Banks like this one are facing changes.

Business chiefs hit out over Fife bank closures

Business chiefs in Fife have hit out at cuts to mobile banking services, which come after five branches were earmarked for closure.

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Richard Falconer from St Andrews Ghost Tours, centre, receives his award from VisitScotland's strategic partnership executive, Neil Christison, and St Andrews iCentre staff, from left, Colin McKilop, Heather Holanek and Nicola Harrison.''Photographer'Fraser Band

Fife ghost tour company receives prestigious tourism rating

St Andrews Ghost Tours has been given the highest quality assurance accolade by VisitScotland.

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St Andrews car park to be upgraded this week

St Andrews car park to be upgraded this week

Fife Council is to invest £10,000 in upgrading a St Andrews car park.

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Fife bakery shortlisted for Scottish Baker of the Year

Fife bakery shortlisted for Scottish Baker of the Year

Fisher & Donaldson of Cupar is in the running for a top prize at the Scottish Baker of the Year Awards 2018.

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Amritsar in Kirkcaldy is one of those businesses in the running

Kingdom’s businesses in running for curry awards

Thirteen Fife businesses have been shortlisted as finalists for the Scottish Curry Awards.

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MACAULEYS FRUIT & VEG burntisland - Fife

Fife businesses shortlisted for Independent Retail Awards

A number of Fife businesses have been shortlisted for this year’s Scottish Independent Retail Awards.

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Steve Scott spent 42 years in the water industry.

North east fife man praised for 42 years of service

A Tayport man has been recognised for working more than four decades in the water industry.

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Stagecoach is changing its 77b bus service.

Trial bus service announced for north east Fife community

A bus operator is to trial a new service in north east Fife following an appeal from local councillors.

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£5 train travel for Fifers from Monday

£5 train travel for Fifers from Monday

Fifers will be able to travel by train between the Kingdom and Edinburgh or Dundee for just £5 from Monday – but it won’t help rush hour commuters.

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High Street, Kirkcaldy, 1964

Discount business rates to help Fife’s town centres

Town centres in Fife could benefit from a new project that is designed to breathe life back into its many empty shops.

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Hevay traffic on the M90 from earlier on today. Picture; Transport Scotland

Drivers face rush hour delays on M90

Drivers heading both into and out of Fife faced delays this morning after three crashes involving 10 vehicles.

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Work is expected to be finished by the end of the year.

Work starts on Glenrothes town centre development

Work has started on the new £10 million development in the centre of Glenrothes.

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The gin will be sold exclusively at the festival.

Unique gin created for Fife food festival

A unique gin which will be sold exclusively at this year’s Crail Food Festival has been produced this week.

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