ABBEYVIEW residents have been left to foot the bill after vandals damaged 22 cars in the area.
TWO exhibitions revealing the future of the Blairadam project will be shown in Saline and Kelty this week.
Posted 20 May 2013 13:45
TWO men are expected to appear in court today in connection with smoke cannister offences at Dunfermline's game with Alloa yesterday.
THE public's views on the World Heritage nomination of the Forth Bridge is being sought through a 12-week consultation launched today (Monday).
THE MET Office have issued an amber warning as thunderstorms, flash flooding and heavy rain are expected to hit West Fife today
HIGHLANDS-BASED folk group bring harmony to Dunfermline.
Dunfermline Town Railway Station will be getting free wifi as part of a £250,000 investment from the Scottish Government.
KINCARDINE passengers travelling to Glasgow have made complaints to Stagecoach after being charged the same fare as Dunfermline customers, despite living more than 10 miles closer.
DUNFERMLINE is a visitor destination "punching way below its weight" according to a report by Fife Council.
"EYESORE" scaffolding could be set to remain on Dunfermline City Chambers throughout the summer after significant deterioration was found in the stonework.
IT SOUNDS like a Bargain Hunt that David Dickinson would be proud of - a developer has offered £1 for a site Fife Council wants £174,000 for.
DUNFERMLINE duo Pauline Stewart and Lorraine Uncles are no strangers to the 26-mile Edinburgh Moonwalk.
A WEST Fife solicitor has been jailed for four years after he was caught trying to smuggle mobile phones and drugs into Edinburgh's Saughton Prison.
Posted 17 May 2013 16:00
SOME of Scotland's Commonwealth Games boxing hopefuls stepped up preparations ahead of the European Boxing Championships in Dunfermline recently.
THERE was mixed news for Townhill Primary School after pupils won through to the national finals of a hockey tournament - that they can't attend.
FORRESTER PARK golf club in Cairneyhill played host to an annual match between blind and visually impaired golfers from Scotland and Ireland last week.
DEVASTATED Dunfermline fans stayed to salute their team and congratulate Alloa after Allan Smith's goal failed to prevent relegation to the second division
FOR many golfers a hole-in-one is a rarity but one West Fife player managed to find two aces in the space of three days.
DAVID MOYES continues the Old Trafford Pars connection - as one former Par, Sir Alex Ferguson, steps down after 26 years as Manchester United manager this weekend, another East End old boy, David Moyes is ready to take his place. Exclusive interviews in this week's 12-page Press Sport section.