We have all the reaction to lockdown restrictions easing, allowing people to socialise more freely, and the hospitality trade to take a step closer to operating normally.
But we also reflect on the first COVID cases featuring the new Indian variation which cropped up in Templehall.
The Press also reveals the fantastic fundraising initiative by the mum of Sean Binnie, the young Fife soldier killed a decade ago while serving in Afghanistan.And we have news of a painting done in Dysart in the 1920s which has finally arrived at the family farm in New South Wales in Australia.
in Pictures: These P1 school photos from 1994 will spark many memories
Glenrothes sisters are British Highland dancing champions
St Andrews Lammas Market: Time for all the fun of the fair!
St Andrews café owner provides extra help to support staff with Cost of Living crisis
Two drivers in Fife caught doing more than 100mph as one had kids in car
And the name of the farm? Kirkcaldy Farm …!
It’s as fascinating story with lots of links back to the Lang Toun.
We also bring you the best sports coverage in the Kingdom as well as the latest news on the campaign to save the Polish Club
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