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Pan Ha' , Dysart.

Residents win fight to stop more sewage being pumped through historic area

Campaigners aiming to stop a historic area of Dysart from becoming a “sewage dump” have won their battle, after Scottish Water abandoned plans to run waste from 1100 new homes through the area.

Artists and guests mingle at gallery opening

New exhibition features local artist

A selection of Scottish artists are showcasing their work at Knock Castle in Perthshire with the launch of a new gallery in the exclusive and upmarket hotel.

When are the St Andrews Christmas lights switched on?

When are the St Andrews Christmas lights switched on?

There will ceilidhs, fireworks, switch-ons and much more this weekend in St Andrews, as the town prepares for Christmas and celebrates the saint it is named after.

Santa was a popular visitor at the lights switch-on

In pictures: Cupar Christmas lights switch-on

Cupar was lit up on Saturday night, as the Christmas lights were switched on.

An artist's impression of a fort at East Lomond

Does Fife have a secret history of Roman links?

Looking out from the top of East Lomond, it’s easy to see how this could have been a site chosen by an ancient king; a seat which enjoyed views across much of what would later become Fife, and indeed far beyond.

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Opinion: You can shove those so-called festive TV ‘events’

You’ve got to love the Christmas spirit, it provides you with the perfect excuse to be nice to everyone.

The group's last project was the restoration of a Norwegian break van.

Plans revealed for steam train project

The Fife Heritage Railway group has revealed its latest project, as it prepares to source funding.

The Columbos will bring in Kirkcaldy's New Year

Action-packed festivities in store at Twixmas!

A packed programme of fun for all will take place in Kirkcaldy’s Town Square in the three-day run up to, and including, Hogmanay.

It is hoped that more donations cna help the Burntisland fireworks event.

Fears for future of Burntisland fireworks and bonfire

The organisers of the annual Burntisland bonfire and fireworks event are urging the public to continue to make donations to make sure the event continues in the future.

The Anstruther Harbour Festival.

Fears for future of festival due to lack of fresh blood

The Anstruther Harbour Festival is under threat of closing down if organisers can’t find some new people to take the event forward.

Picture: Fife Photo Agency

5 things you need to know about Kirkcaldy’s Bavarian Beer Festival

There’s a lot more on offer at this year’s Bavarian Beer and Music Festival, some of which you may not know.

Junor Gallery, St Andrews.

New gallery is a dream come true

St Andrews has a new place to go for artlovers with the opening of a new private gallery.

The Bavarian Beer Festival

Kirkcaldy’s Bavarian Beer and Music Festival is back

Kirkcaldy’s popular Bavarian Beer and Music Festival is back.

A large number of trees were cut down.

Tranquility of historic woods is lost as trees felled

Walkers and nature-lovers have been shocked to find that a forest at a historic site on the outskirts of Kirkcaldy has been cut back severely.


Packed line-up as Aberdour festival kicks off

The 34th Aberdour Festival has kicked off, with a packed programme which promises ‘something for everyone’.

Kelpie Maquettes being lowered into position in St Andrews. (Peter Adamson)

Events to mark Kelpies arrival

While they didn’t quite ride into town, the arrival of the Kelpie Maquettes this week has generated a great buzz of interest.

Christina Robertson

Forgotten Fife artist’s brush with Russian royalty

She’s one of Scotland’s most important artists, yet there’s a good chance you may not even heard of her.

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From left Councillor Carol Lindsay, James Wallace of Kirkcaldy and District Pipe Band, Robert Main, George Wallace Kirkcaldy and District Pipe Band.

Kirkcaldy group at Ingolstadt twin town event

A delegation from Fife has been helping to celebrate Kirkcaldy’s links with its Bavarian twin town Ingolstadt, as the Langtoun gets set to host another party in the Town Square later this year.

Fife author Daniel Shand has hit big with his first novel scooping the �10,000 prize.

Novel idea scoops top award for town author

A creative writing student and budding author from Kirkcaldy has scooped one of the UK’s most prestigious literary prizes ... with his first novel.

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