New medical medical centre unveiled to replace outdated facilities at Leuchars military base
Military personnel and their families at Leuchars Station Army Base could see a brand new medical, dental and primary care rehabilitation facility coming to replace their existing outdated facilities.
Appeal for witnesses after cyclist in critical condition following collision in Fife
A cyclist is in a “critical but stable” condition following a collision with a car on a Fife road.
Celebrate the incredible women in our community this International Women’s Day
There are always incredible women we remember on International Women’s Day on Fridaynote-0 who paved the way for us, but we should also celebrate the women who are making a difference today too.
Booming mobile sauna market leads to new plan for St Andrews’ East Sands
The number of mobile sauna units in north-east Fife could be set to grow again with plans unveiled for one in St Andrews.
Dysart Trust’s 60th anniversary appeal for more volunteers to get on board
Dysart Trust is marking the start of its 60th anniversary celebrations with a rallying call to local to get involved.
Fife woman who set up an endometriosis support group raising funds through latest business venture
A Leven woman, who founded a support group for women in Fife suffering from endometriosis, is continuing to raise awareness of the condition through her latest business venture.
Essential repairs for historic Path House in Kirkcaldy get go ahead
Essential conservation works have been approved for Kirkcaldy’s A-listed Path House Medical Practice.
Upgrade work at Pittenweem fishing market is given go ahead
Pittenweem Fish Market is set to get new garage doors and gates in the near future.
Raith Rovers' fan travels from Barcelona to help club celebrate International Women's Day
Raith Rovers will mark International Women’s Day - with one fan travelling all the way from Barcelona to help celebrate the date.
RNLI 200: Anstruther lifeboat crewman pens new verse to hymn to mark charity's bicentenary
A new lifeboat verse to the hymn Eternal Father Strong to Save has been approved by the Archbishop of Canterbury as part of the RNLI’s 200th anniversary.
Solar panels planned for soft play centre in Kirkcaldy
A soft play centre in Kirkcaldy is bidding to add solar panels to its roof.
Cupar chippie unveils plans for improvement works
A chip shop in Cupar could be set for a makeover if councillors approve a planning application.
Scots lifeboat volunteer joined RNLI after they saved his life following jet-ski accident
Firefighter Benny Thomson, 43, from Dundee, has been a volunteer at Broughty Ferry lifeboat station since 2013.
Family life in St Andrews’ busiest ice cream shop: ‘Jannettas is basically like the fourth child’
26-year-old Lewis Hazel looks back at his childhood as part of the Jannettas family business and to the future as the fifth generation.
Police appeal after pedestrian critically injured after being hit by minibus in Kirkcaldy
Police have launched an appeal for witnesses to a crash in Kirkcaldy after a pedestrian was left with critical injuries.
Going Green: Get rewarded for not doing your washing
My friend says she’s earning money from not using her washing machine sometimes - is this true and how do I join in?
Going Green: We can learn from countries reducing pollution
The Northern Europeans are often cited as being ahead of the curve when it comes to green energy.
Kirkcaldy fire: one person confirmed dead after blaze at flat close to Raith Rovers' ground
One person has died after fire gutted a flat in Kirkcaldy, just yards from Raith Rovers’ stadium.
Death of transgender prisoner Tiffany Scott from Fife treated as 'unexplained'
A transgender prisoner from Fife, who was convicted of stalking a 13-year old girl, has died. The death of Tiffany Scott is being treated as “unexplained” by police.
Fife high school pupils encouraged to consider hospitality career
Fife high school pupils have been encouraged to consider the hospitality industry as a valuable career path with global opportunities.