Is it time to end the cull of local bank branches?

The impact of bank closures across Fife has been highlighted in a new report for politicians.

Roy Mackie on the road which is now partly closed

Concerns as Kinghorn Loch road closure begins

The closure of a stretch of the B923 Kinghorn Loch road from today will cause traffic congestion on an already busy road and affect businesses and organisations in the area.

New Vets and One-stop shop due tio open in coming weeks.

Opening soon... new vet and One-stop shop for Fife town

The new One Stop convenience store is due to open in Kirkcaldy’s Nicol Street around the middle of next month, while a new veterinary practice is also scheduled to start up around the beginning of the month at Chapel.

Kirkcaldy must not lose out, says the FSB

Kirkcaldy ‘must see benefit from city deal’

Kirkcaldy may not be receiving enough benefit from City Region Deal funding packages aimed at Edinburgh, Dundee, and their surrounding areas, according to the Federation of Small Businesses.


Long list of unfinished jobs on Queensferry Crossing revealed

A list of 23 unfinished jobs on the newly-opened Queensferry Crossing which will take until September to complete was published by today.

Over 400 new memebers  since November and more than 200 still to be processed. (Pic George McLuskie).

Huge interest forces Fife social club to freeze new memberships

The opening of new premises of the town’s foremost social club has proved so popular, it has had to put a temporary halt on new memberships.

Buses on  Wilson Avenue and Adamson Avenue in the town will be re-routed from January 8 until January 26 for resurfacing works.

Buses to be diverted in Kirkcaldy for works

Buses on two roads in Kirkcaldy are set to be diverted this month to allow for resurfacing works.

Scott and Sarah Raeburn

£440,000 investment in Kirkcaldy premises

A Fife civil engineering business is building a new head office in Kirkcaldy.

Examples of some of the labels to looks out for.

Fife food firm hit by haggis and black pudding recall

A Fife food producer has been forced to recall batches of haggis, black pudding, and white pudding amid fears of food poisoning.

Potter About

Water damaged cafe to reopen next week

A popular cafe in Burntisland has been damaged after a coffee machine blew a valve on Saturday.

Work could start as soon as March 2018 said the developer Murray Estates.

Art strategy finally signals start of £500m Fife housing development

The £500m expansion of north east Kirkcaldy is set to finally get under way in early 2018, following the approval of a public art plans.

NEC see significant technological advantages.

Johnston Press digital awarded funding from Google innovation initiative

Johnston Press - the owner of this title - has announced that it has won two separate grants from the Digital News Initiative Innovation Fund, which is backed by Google.

The BHS store before it closed last July

B&M not moving into former BHS shop unit

Rumours that B&M Bargains Store is set to move into the former BHS unit on Kirkcaldy High Street have been quashed.

Stephen Gethins outside Cupar branch of RBS.

MP criticises bank service following closures

MP Stephen Gethins has called on the Royal Bank of Scotland to do more to help people in north east Fife affected by branch closures.

The former BHS store has been sold

Former Kirkcaldy BHS store sold

A huge empty shop unit marring the centre of Kirkcaldy High Street is set to be filled with the sale of the former BhS store.

The B923 Loch Road is due to close for up to four months in January 2018.

‘Four month Fife road closure will be hell for everyone...’

Councillors have slammed the imminent closure of a busy Fife arterial road for up to four months to allow for a new housing development to be built.

Artist's impression of Kirkcaldy's proposed multiplex

Cinema plans lodged with council

A formal planning application has finally been lodged to turn Kirkcaldy’s eyesore old swimming pool into a major leisure and cinema complex.

Queensferry Crossing lane closures to be lifted. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Lane closures on Queensferry Crossing removed early

Lane closures on the Queensferry Crossing have been lifted overnight.

The second of the two Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers to be assembled at Rosyth, HMS of Prince of Wales, was officially named in September. Picture: Lisa Ferguson/TSPL

‘Crushing blow’ as 250 jobs go at Rosyth Dockyard

Hundreds of skilled jobs will be cut at Rosyth Dockyard following the completion of the naval aircraft carriers project, it was announced today.

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