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Woman injured in crash at St Andrews Old Course

A woman has been taken to hospital after a crash involving two cars near the historic Old Course at St Andrews.

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Rae is taking early retirement

Fond farewell to long-serving Kirkcaldy teacher

When Rae Walker, head teacher of Fair Isle Primary in Kirkcaldy, first began teaching 36 years ago she had no intention of taking the lead role.

Education
Former Frances Colliery miner John Mitchell is still waiting to clear his name  thirty four years on.

A Fife miner’s wounds that are yet to heal

“A police officer shouted “take prisoners” then I was one of the first picked out, arrested, fined and and sacked and I’m still seeking a sense of justice all these years later.”

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Barnton Junction re-think could ease Fife commuters’ journeys

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.

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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.

Business
Kingsbarns beach

Concerns over campervans using Fife car park

A Kingsbarns resident has called for action to be taken to curb the increasing number of tourists staying overnight at a local car park.

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Dozens attended the meeting opposing the proposed development.

St Andrews residents group opposes hotel plans

Dozens of St Andrews residents met this week united in their opposition to proposals to build a hotel and student accommodation.

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Five in court after £180k of drugs seized

Five in court after £180k of drugs seized

Five people have appeared in court in connection with the recovery of Class A drugs worth a six-figure sum in Fife.

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Fife looks set for sunshine.

Fife Weather: Is Fife set for bbq weather?

Fife could be set for another scorcher next week as the warmer weather looks set to return.

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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.

Business
Fife College, Kirkcaldy

Student satisfaction ratings rise at Fife College

Over 90 per cent of students at Fife College are satisfied with their college experience – a number that is on the increase thanks to a range of initiatives including promoting student health and wellbeing.

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Clair Baker MSP

Fife MSP calls on council to tackle ‘holiday hunger’

Claire Baker MSP has called for Fife Council to ensure that no kid goes hungry over the school holidays.

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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.

Business
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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.

Business
Callum Mclaren, Roy Mackie and Colin Currie. Pic by George McLuskie

Kinghorn community rallies to raise over £100k for playpark fund

Residents in Kinghorn have been praised for coming together in a big community effort which was far from child’s play.

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Sample Arabic culture at Old Kirk event

Sample Arabic culture at Old Kirk event

A packed programme is in store at Kirkcaldy’s Old Kirk in the coming week.

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Bee Parkinson is directing the upcoming production.

Stage set for new theatre group auditions

A new theatre company launched in Kirkcaldy is to hold auditions for its next production.

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Tree fall blocks road in Kirkcaldy town centre

Tree fall blocks road in Kirkcaldy town centre

Police have closed a road in Kirkcaldy after a large part of a tree collapsed in the town centre.

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Pic: Lisa Ferguson

Scotrail name Inter City train after Gordon Aikman

A ScotRail train is to be named after Gordon Aikman, the Fifer who inspired huge fundraising and improvemed care for people with Motor Neurone Disease.

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Fracking is a controversial issue.

MSP hails court ruling as Fife ‘protected from fracking’

David Torrance MSP has welcomed the court’s rejection of a bid to open up Scotland to fracking.

Environment
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