Barnton Junction re-think could ease Fife commuters’ journeys

Fife commuters who are hit by delays at the Barnton Junction as they head in and out of the capital could see changes coming.

Annie Crow from Kinghorn who has started up a Fife branch of Facebook group Mums in Business.

First meeting of new Mums in Business Fife group

Running your own business is hard work, but looking after young children at the same time can make it a very hard and lonely task.

Revolution Barbershop owner Mark Reynolds with the new wall mural by Spanish artist Murales Lian (Pics by Fife Photo Agency)

Murales’ mural adds style to Kirkcaldy barber shop

A graffiti artist whose work is displayed across the world has left her mark on a Kirkcaldy business.

Todd Fish Tech, based in Dalgety Bay, has patented its 'Lobster Pod' product - the company is run by CEO Errin Todd with her husband Keith Todd, a marine biologist.

New lobster pods can help Fife business double sales to £1m

A Fife family business hopes to double sales to £1m over the next two years as it rolls out a novel shellfish storage system it believes will revolutionise the fishing industry.

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House building site managers scoop quality awards

Four site managers from Barratt and David Wilson Homes East Scotland have won quality awards in the first round of NHBC Pride in the Job Awards 2018.

Stagecoach bus

Appeal to Stagecoach to restore direct Victoria Hospital service

A community councillor has urged Stagecoach to restore its direct bus service between north Glenrothes and Victoria Hospital.

Steve with some of his burgers in Lidl

Kirkcaldy’s Buffalo Farm to supply burgers to Lidl

Kirkcaldy-based business, The Buffalo Farm, has secured a lucrative contract with budget supermarket Lidl, which will see it supply 40,000 buffalo burgers to stores across the UK.

Mr Gethins and locals outside the former RBS branch in Anstruther.

Frustration over response to East Neuk ATM appeal

MP Stephen Gethins has accused RBS of “shifting the goalposts” on its policy of retaining cash machines at branches it has closed.

Edinburgh Airport bosses have been urged to suspend the public consultation until new noise impact data can be provided.

Anger over new Fife flight path proposals

Edinburgh Airport bosses are being urged to rethink controversial flight path changes that could bring misery for thousands of Fife residents.

From left: owners Samena Safdar and Stacey Mullen in their new hair and beauty salon Vi.Vacious. Pic: George McLuskie.

A new one-stop shop for hair and beauty in Kirkcaldy

A new one-stop shop for hair and beauty treatments has opened in Kirkcaldy.

Traders in Pittenweem.

Bid to improve signage in East Neuk village

Retailers in Pittenweem have called on Fife Council to back their bid for better signage to highlight all the village has to offer.

Williamson's Quay

Restrictions being sought for parking at Kirkcaldy housing development

Waiting restrictions could be introduced at a housing scheme at Kirkcaldy harbour to maintain access for emergency and other vehicles.

The Kinghorn Road closure B923 - Cllr Leslie want's people to get in touch about their experiences

Residents affected by Loch Road closure asked to get in touch

A Kirkcaldy councillor is calling on those who were impacted by the 15-week Loch Road closure to get in touch with their views and experiences ahead of the issue being scrutinised by the Economy, Tourism, Strategic Planning & Transportation Committee in September.

The new branch will be on Leven High Street.

New branch of popular coffee shop to open in Leven

A new branch of a popular Fife coffee shop is to be opened in Leven next week, providing a welcome boost for the town’s High Street.

Could Leven still get a rail link?

Leven residents urged to fill out transport survey

Transport Scotland is asking locals how transport in Levenmouth could be improved, as part of a study aimed at identifying if the proposed rail link should be progressed.

Nadia and Lorraine, the owners of Love Restored which is closing at the end of the month. Pic: Walter Neilson

Vintage furniture shop in Kirkcaldy is closing down

A unique vintage furniture shop in the town is shutting its doors after five years of trading on Kirkcaldy High Street.

Poundworld in Kirkcaldy and Glenrothes at risk of closure

Poundworld in Kirkcaldy and Glenrothes at risk of closure

Jobs are at risk at Poundworld in Kirkcaldy after the company announced that it has called in administrators.

Cllr Kennedy claims some residents are struggling to use the coaches.

Bus operator criticised over Fife service

Stagecoach has been criticised by a Cupar councillor over changes it has made to its direct Cupar to Ninewells Hospital service.

Central Cafe in Cupar.

Fife eatery named best fish and chip restaurant in Scotland

A Cupar cafe has been named the best fish and chip restaurant in Scotland for the second year in a row.

An industry expert says there is concerns about recruiting workers.

‘Shadow hanging over’ soft fruit industry in Fife

A lack of clarity over Brexit and a shortage of skilled workers is causing concern for the future of the soft fruit industry in north east Fife, according to an industry expert.

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