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
A NEW owner is found for the Queensferry Hotel, 40-plus jobs are secured and £3 millon will be invested.
Video and interview. Liverpool's SOUND OF GUNS are in Dunfermline tonight for a one-off Scottish date.
Posted 17 May 2013 15:20
NOISE Action Week starts next week, with information and advice on how to deal with disturbances.
T IN THE PARK have announced the sixteen lucky unsigned acts to play their 20th anniversary festival.
REMEMBER the buses that took you to school? Remember bus conductors and conductresses? If you fancy reliving these days - or maybe introducing younger people to the delights of older buses - the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum's annual Bus Running Day on Sunday could be a great day out for the family.
MORE THAN 10 million West Fifers have hit the gym over the last five years.
INVERKEITHING and Dalgety Bay councillor Dave Dempsey (pictured) is proposing that road signs in Fife be in English-only.
THE age of pay austerity has not yet hit the pockets of the top brass at Fife Council, as is clear from new figures from the Taxpayers Alliance.
WE want to know about all your summer gala day plans here at the Press.
WEST Fifers will have the chance to work out with a fitness industry icon next Friday.
A CHARITY football match will take place at Dunfermline High School on Sunday to raise awareness of blood donation.
"WE have now started providing nappies and toiletries because one guy came in and wanted to swap a tin of soup for a bar of soap."