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TWO men were caught stealing a cherry picker in Newmills after footage of the theft appeared on YouTube.
A WEST Fife man, who served more than 10 years in prison for murder before being cleared, has called for new measures to help miscarriage of justice victims.
CCTV CAMERAS are normally used for crime-fighting - but thanks to a Press story they've helped identify and reward an honest Dunfermline schoolboy.
LOVE could be winging its way to Dunfermline's loneliest bachelor - Clive the peacock.
EMBATTLED MSP Bill Walker says he is in favour of moves to allow the removal of politicians who fall foul of the electorate.
FIFE Council paid for someone to return cricket balls that had been hit for six into flood prevention works.
RISING costs and a Government hike in fuel tax has seen Stagecoach increase fares across Fife by an average of four per cent.
MORE than 3000 drivers have been caught driving too fast by average speed cameras on the M90 in West Fife.
The plans to turn the former Dunfermline fire station into a creative hub are backed by famous names in the arts.
In:Demand is bringing some of the hottest pop acts of the moment to Scotland and you can tickets to be there with the Dunfermline Press.
THE Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has today published the Ministry of Defence's (MoD) final plan for Dalgety Bay.
IT WAS announced today, Friday, 20th April 2012, that the management of Dunfermline Press have acquired the media business of Dunfermline Press. The sale provides a platform from which the business can continue to develop under the experienced existing management team.
Police have appealed for witnesses following the stabbing of a man in inverkeithing.
TRIBUTES have poured in for a much-loved Dunfermline priest who died suddenly on Friday.
THE people of Kelty are launching a petition calling for better public bus links with the Victoria Hospital.
A BIG black rat forced a young Valleyfield mum and her two tots to flee their home in the middle of the night.
"YOU need to grab hold of life and take things as they come. Nobody knows what's going to happen tomorrow."
A DUNFERMLINE family whose baby boy doubled in size as he battled for survival against pneumonia are raising cash for the docs who saved his life.
A DUNFERMLINE chef started a worldwide Twitter trend after he hijacked a politician's bigoted #creepingsharia hashtag.
A SEAL at Deep Sea World is set to become an unlikely Japanese TV star.
DRIVERS are reminded to plan ahead and consider alternative travel arrangements this weekend when a major traffic management scheme will reduce the M90 to just one lane southbound, resulting in potential delays of up to two hours or more.
Under-fire MSP Bill Walker, at the centre of domestic abuse allegations, talks exclusively to the Press and claims an ex-wife once attacked him with a dagger resulting in him slapping her.
Police appeal after a High Valleyfield store was targeted in an "organised" crime.
THE people of Abbeyview have been left "outraged" after callous thieves ransacked the area's new £10,000 youth support project.
A DUNFERMLINE church had an extra special Palm Sunday after celebrating their first service in their new home - after a wait of 10 years!
A COURAGEOUS Rosyth boy battling cancer will be doing his bit to fight the disease by inspiring thousands of Fifers at the Race for Life start-line.
WEST Fife connoisseurs of tasty take-away snacks are joining forces to warn Chancellor George Osborne - hands off our steak bridies!
A TOTAL of 108 tickets were dished out in just THREE weekends to selfish drivers parking in one of Dunfermline's main thoroughfares.
FOOTBALLERS enjoying a weekly kick-about at Pitreavie saw their friendly match turn into a 20-man brawl when they were attacked by a gang of drunken thugs.
IN today's Press: MSP Bill Walker has been speaking exclusively about his expulsion from the SNP and his plans to go on as an independent.
MORE than £60,000 has been spent to keep two Fife police officers on full pay after they were suspended over wrongdoing on the job.
'Chicago' is the latest top musical to be announced as coming to Dunfermline.
Bill Walker plans to continue as an independent MSP after his expulsion from the Scottish National Party.
West Fifers waited three long years for Carnegie Leisure Centre to re-open - then three months later the pools are now closed.
THERE was an angry reaction in Dunfermline as the 'phantom' petrol tanker strike caused chaos at the pumps.
FIFE is the worst hit area of Scotland for school vandalism, new figures have revealed.
LOVE shack wanted: must have water feature, climbing frame and ... cave. Those were the specifications Alan Philip had to 'bear' in mind when creating a dream des res - for Edinburgh Zoo's famous pandas Tian Tian and Yang Guang!
NHS Fife has been forced to apologise to a widow over care failings towards her dying husband at the Queen Margaret Hospital.
VALLEYFIELD residents have turned out in force to help save their much-loved local club - but still need £30,000 to bring the building "up to scratch".
Around 30 wooden fence posts have been stolen from woodland near Blairhall.
A robber got away with hundreds of pounds after threatening staff at a Crossgates shop with a knife.
The Draymin, who released their debut album today, will be playing a gig at the Glen Pavilion on 23rd June.