News Roundup

Police appeal for missing former Woodmill High School pupil

26/05/2015 20:13:29

POLICE are appealing for help in tracing a former Woodmill High School pupil who went missing from his home in Glasgow. 
Duncan Cromb (36) was ast seen by a friend in Thornliebank around 3.30pm on Tuesday 19th May. He drove away in his black Honda Civic car, registration OE56 THV. The last k…

Fife Council calls for hedge complaints cost to get the chop

26/05/2015 16:30:02

FIFE Council is set to write to the Scottish Government about legislation that requires people to pay hundreds of pounds just to make a complaint about nuisance hedges.

Forth Bridge moves step closer to being named World Heritage site

26/05/2015 14:26:27

THE Forth Bridge is a step closer to joining the Great Wall of China, Mount Etna, the Kremlin and the Taj Mahal on the list of World Heritage sites.

A final decision on the iconic structure’s incl…

Fife Council gets the bird!

26/05/2015 12:00:44

COMPLAINTS about seagulls, bin collections, damage to headstones and incorrect meals on wheels were made to Fife Council last year.

Stagecoach insist lost school contracts will not hit West Fife services

26/05/2015 11:59:34

STAGECOACH’S loss of tendered contracts in West Fife will not affect bus services in the region.

College student Nadia sparkles in gem contest

25/05/2015 15:00:04

A JEWELLERY student from Dunfermline scooped a top award for an amazing necklace design in a prestigious national competition.

Andrew Carnegie's story hits movie screens

Fringe poster girl

Honda quad bike stolen from farm in Blairhall

Honda quad bike stolen from farm in Blairhall

Stagecoach insists lost school contracts will not hit services

Talent and fun at Cairneyhill sports day!

North Queensferry's Craig Wood is chef of the year

Forth Bridge moves closer to becoming World Heritage Site

Appeal for information on Kelty car fires

Kai's last chance


Kai's last chance

22/05/2015 09:19:16

THE FAMILY of Rosyth’s own West Fife warrior, Kai Laidlaw, have been told by doctors that there is little more they can do to treat his cancer.

July opening for Rosyth Sainsbury’s

19/05/2015 08:39:16

WEST Fife’s first Sainsbury’s store will create up to 25 new jobs when the supermarket giants open in Rosyth this summer.

Russian honour for Rosyth veteran

18/05/2015 13:52:43

A ROSYTH veteran who braved freezing conditions in the Arctic Convoys has been honoured with a medal from the Russian Government.

MP plans Rosyth Dockyard meeting over migrant workers fears

Rosyth market hailed a success!

Parents provide £3600 King’s Road improvements

Multi-million pound ticket to ride in Rosyth

Rosyth doctor crowned Scotland’s GP of the Year!

There’s still space for a Rosyth bypass

Forward Island of HMS Prince of Wales delivered to Rosyth for assembly

Second aircraft carrier begins journey to Rosyth

Launch day for Rosyth community market

Family affair as Betty turns 95!

Sports Extra

Cash boost for athletics scheme

20/05/2015 12:56:09

A PITREAVIE sports group which inspires young people to reach their goals in athletics has received funding from Ross and Liddell’s community bursary scheme.

The Francis Smith Hurdles and Sprints Squad is a recipient of the company’s 2014 initiative, which gives financial support to community gr…

Kelty a point from historic Super League title

15/05/2015 09:15:17

Thomas Courts’ me…

15/05/2015 09:06:40

The Carnegie Swimming Club duo are two of only six youngsters picked for September’s event in Samoa, which is designed to bridge the gap between youn…

World rally champ set for Knockhill

13/05/2015 09:03:08

‘Flying Finn’ Hannu Mikkola and co-driver Arne Hertz will be among the star names that will take to the track for the special two-day event that will…

Dunfermline go top after dramatic finish

13/05/2015 09:03:08

In East League Three, Dunfermline and Carnegie won in a dramatic finish at McKane Park, while Dalgety Bay made it two wins out of two in Division Sev…

Coutts stays cool to win at Meadowbank

13/05/2015 09:03:08

One of the most impressive performances of the day came from 12-year-old Sarah Coutts (pictured right) in the under-13 800 metres.

She controlled h…

Medals success for Zodiak gymnasts

13/05/2015 09:03:08

Woodmill's footballers score trophy haul!

Inverkeithing potter Liam Dunster pockets European pool title

Woodmill High School's netball sides net national glory!

Dalgety Bay Sailing Club ready to push the boat out!

Carnegie Cyclones' crit success

Badminton aces shine

Dunfermline cyclist Charline Joiner relishes National Road Race series success

Shouting the odds: Form doesn't point to Dunfermline Athletic slowing Forfar Athletic's title charge

More success for Destination Judo Club's Emma Forrest and Angus Marsh

Going out

What's On

13/05/2015 08:52:04



ABERDOUR Players: The performance of 'Three More Sleepless Nights' was awarded the Bob Buchanan Salver…

CORRECTION: Psychic Paula O'Brien's show date

Irish comedian Ed Byrne to return to the Alhambra Theatre

Sinderins play tracks from their new album at PJs on Saturday


The Week at Holyrood with Dunfermline MSP Cara Hilton

18/05/2015 14:33:59

It’s frightening to contemplate the damage five more years of Tory rule will cause. A deepening housing crisis, more fa…

Ross 'Teddy' Craig: Why Ricky Sbragia's wrong - Jack Harper isn't a luxury for Scotland, he's a necessity

On the Money: Retirement income expectations

On the Money: Carry forward of pension contributions


Dunfermline builder goes bust

12/05/2015 15:27:32

CR Smith reports £2.6m profit

Business booming in Fife

That's Asda price! Supermarket boosts care home activities budget


OPINION: This Dunfermline Athletic team is a disgrace

10/04/2015 09:22:54

AND so we have the final humiliation of the Pars’ dismal season. Every player who donned a black and white shirt on Sat…

Horse owners are ruining Dunfermline's cycle path with dung

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