A DUNFERMLINE gymnastics team showcased their talents at a Scottish Gymnastics event for schools in Perth on last week.
MORE THAN 10,000 are still unemployed in Fife, despite a record rise in employment throughout Scotland.
A DREAM final at the 2014 Ryder Cup venue Gleneagles is up for grabs for amateur Jim Taylor and his Dunfermline PGA professional Christopher Nugent in Europe's biggest pro-am competition - The Lombard Trophy.
CHANGE is on the menu at the National Trust for Scotland's Bessie's Tearoom in the Royal Burgh of Culross.
"THE recession wasn't the making of the people who are suffering the most but its damaging legacy is their cross to bear."
A WEST FIFE woman has set up a new foundation to grant the wishes of sick children.
WEST FIFE families are invited to a special picnic in Dunfermline's Pittencrieff Park on Monday.
DALGETY Bay residents are being given the chance to view plans for the £4million Gateway project today.
HM COASTGUARD have been called to deal with an incident near Limekilns today (Friday).
A PENSIONER who died in a road traffic accident in Dalgety Bay yesterday has been named as 76-year-old Mary McNeill.
FIFE Council's Community Living Service has been given an 'excellent' grading by the Care Inspectorate for its quality of care and support.
TRANSPORT Minister Keith Brown MSP and Fife Provost Jim Leishman will don their cycling gear to start off the Pedal 4 Peace to The Hague this weekend.
DUNFERMLINE Folk Club will hold its annual general meeting next Wednesday.
Police caught 48 drivers speeding on the Kingdom's roads during last weekend's Motorcycle Awareness Initiative.