Reporter Colin Hume tries out the flume at the newly-opened Levenmouth Swimming Pool in February 1990.
Workmen in Cupar watch the water rising after heavy rain causes flooding in the spring of 1992.
Who went to Kirkcaldy's One-O-One chippy? Pictured here in 1999 - it is now Dominos pizza.
Leader of the Opposition Tony Blair meets shoppers on Kirkcaldy High Street in 1996 - he was elected prime minister the following year.
Raith Rovers manager Jimmy Nicholl celebrating his team winning the cup.
The Raith Rovers team celebrating winning the Coca-Cola Cup in November 1994 when they beat Celtic in the final.
Fife Flyers with the 1994 Scottish Cup.
Radio 1 roadshow, comes to Kirkcaldy in 1994. The bill included Texas and the Boo Radleys (pictured) at the Beveridge Park
Councillor Karen Carrick, leader of the Labour-run Kirkcaldy District Council was at the centre of a national media scrum in 1992 after she wrongly claimed to have degrees in medicine and law.
Legendary British wrestler Big Daddy appeared at Kirkcaldy Ice Rink in 1991.
Links Market, Kirkcaldy, 1999
Who remembers Caledonia Coffee House? It opened on the west end of Kirkcaldy High Street in1999
Popstar Shakin' Stevens at Woolworths in Kirkcaldy to promote his new album in October 1990
Todd Shackleton, a 29-year-old from Manchester, signed up for the Fife 49ers American Football team in April 1994. The quarterback joined the Beveridge Park outfit from Toronto Argonauts in the Canadian Football League.
Rab C Nesbitt star Elaine C Smith met with drama students from Fife College in 1993.
Prime minister John Major shakes hands with the electorate during a visit to Cupar in Fife, March 1992.
David Rintoul, Jason Flemyng, Annette Crosbie (Janet) and Ian Bannen (Dr Cameron) filming Doctor Finlay, the remake of Dr Finlay's Casebook, in Auchtermuchty in Fife, July 1992.
If you went out for a pint in the 1990s in Kirkcaldy, you'll remember Smithys legends Mike and Senga Gilbert, who ran the Mitchell Street bar
A ferry was launched between Fife and Edinburgh. The Spirit of Fife sails aross the Firth of Forth between Granton and Burntisland in March 1991.
Fife College as it appeared in 1999 before the main complex was demolished and rebuilt.
In May 1997 the former Lister's Bar in Kirkcaldy's Lauder Road went up in smoke. It was famous for being the pub where Jocky Wilson learned to play darts. It is now a Co-op.
Former Liverpool and Scotland star Ian St John hosting his annual soccer camp, staged at Kirkcaldy High Schoopl in summer holidays in the 1990s.