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Ten days left to use old paper notes

You only have until next week to use your paper £5 and £10 notes.

Business
Michael Mowat

Family’s tribute to Kirkcaldy killer

The family of a convicted killer who died following a disturbance at HMP Glenochil at the weekend have issued a statement and photograph through Police Scotland.

Crime
Robert Kilgour, appointed chairman of Kingdom FM, February 2018

Robert is new chairman at Kingdom FM

Care home entrepreneur, Robert Kilgour, is the new chairman of Kingdom FM.

Business
Kirkcaldy murderer killed in jail

Kirkcaldy murderer killed in jail

A convicted murderer from Kirkcaldy has been killed in jail.

Crime
Scottish pupils who have their work included in a new SQA book celebrating the work of pupils studying English.

Talented pupils from Fife become published authors

A number of Fife school pupils have become published authors after the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) launched a brand new collection of creative writing, produced by students from across Scotland.

Education
Fifers urged to remember: ‘Seen something? Say something’

Fifers urged to remember: ‘Seen something? Say something’

Fife people are being urged to act on their instinct if they think an adult is being harmed, neglected or taken advantage of, says Fife Adult Support and Protection Committee (ASPC).

Health
KFC in Kirkcaldy still closed after delivery problems

KFC in Kirkcaldy still closed after delivery problems

KFC the fried chicken fast food outlet at Fife Central Retail Park is still closed this morning due to delivery problems.

Business
What do locals want for Crail?

Locals to discuss future of East Neuk village

A charette is to be held in an East Neuk village to help build a long term vision for its future.

News
Volunteer Coastguards at St Andrews University have been honoured for their bravery and service by senior figures from Her Majestys Coastguard.

Volunteer coastguards honoured for bravery

Volunteer Coastguards at St Andrews University have been honoured for their bravery and service by senior figures from Her Majesty’s Coastguard.

News
St Andrews bridge works set to start on Monday

St Andrews bridge works set to start on Monday

Work is set to begin on strengthening the bridge across St Nicholas Burn at Woodburn Place next week.

Transport
Restrictions set for Wormit as sewer works begin

Restrictions set for Wormit as sewer works begin

Scottish Water is due to begin essential works to upgrade the sewer network in Wormit.

Transport
The Old Manor Hotel in Lundin Links has reached the final.

Fife finalists in Scottish Wedding Awards

A number of Fife businesses have been awarded with a well-deserved place in the Scottish Wedding Awards 2018 finals.

Business
Is Scotland facing a curry crisis?

Is Scotland facing a curry crisis?

Scotland is facing a curry crisis, according to politicians – and restaurants are in danger of closing.

News
Ian and Kerry with Rose and Jasper

Ian’s legacy will live on in Fife town’s playparks

The legacy of a well-known and respected Kinghorn man who died very suddenly at the age of 45 is set to live on in the town’s playparks.

News
The Town House in Kirkcaldy.

A chance to shape cancer care in the Kingdom

A series of meetings have been called to help shape cancer care in Fife.

Health
Plastic in St Andrews.

Campaign launched to tackle St Andrews’ plastic problem

A campaign has been launched to tackle the problem of single use plastic in St Andrews.

Environment
The Cedar Inn in Aberdour closed at the end of January. Pic: George McLuskie.

Fife pub closes after no agreement on rent

The closure of an Aberdour pub is being blamed on a failure to reach agreement on rent and a promised investment to refurbish the premises falling through.

Business
The current underpass. Pic: Kirsty Nutt

Underpass proposal takes step forward

The plan to build a new underpass at Loch Leven has taken a step forward after Perth and Kinross Council pledged financial support for the project.

Environment
Protest outside Botanic Garden.

Hundreds sign petition calling on St Andrews botanics to re-hire worker

Hundreds of people have signed a petition calling for the reinstatement of a former education officer at St Andrews Botanic Garden.

Environment
Scott Sweaton and his sons Lochlan (12), Reid (7) and Connal (4) with John Bruce, Andy Smith and Gordon McLauchlan from the community council and Ben Barron from the Burntisland Community Devlopment Trust, campaigning for cleaner streets. Pics by George McLuskie.

See it, report it – and help clean up Fife town’s streets

Fed-up Burntisland residents are being urged to report dog owners not picking up after their pets in a bid to clean up the town’s streets.

Environment
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