• Here's how to see the full blood Beaver Moon tonight

    Prepare for an eerie spectacle amongst our skies tonight as the "Full Beaver Moon" comes out to play. The moon will turn blood red before heading into the shadow of the Earth. This full moon is called the Beaver Moon as it happens at the time of

  • 'No excuses': Hamilton on 'really disappointing' cup exit

    CHRIS HAMILTON said there were "no excuses" and admitted he and his Pars pals were "not quite good enough" as they crashed to a dispiriting derby defeat. Ruthless Raith Rovers earned their third successive win over their neighbours at KDM Group

  • Dunfermline date for John Bishop's 'Back At It' tour

    COMEDIAN John Bishop is to stop off in Dunfermline when his Back At It stand-up tour takes to the road next year. After two years spent TV presenting, stage acting, podcast hosting, dog walking and decorating the spare room, John is getting back

  • Volunteers rally to clean up city centre

    OVER 50 bags of rubbish were collected as a group of volunteers braved the cold to help clean up Dunfermline city centre. A total of 41 people took part in the event including representatives from local businesses, Police Scotland Youth volunteers

  • Fife Council receives Standards Mark Approval

    FIFE COUNCIL have been awarded Standards Mark Approval by the Community Learning and Development Standards Council (CLDSC) Scotland. The high quality of the Council’s Communities and Neighbourhoods Service volunteering provision has been recognised

  • Man, 20, taken to hospital after motorbike smash

    A man was taken to hospital after a motorbike crash in Dunfermline. Emergency services raced to the scene near South Larch Road on Saturday afternoon. READ MORE: Violence happening in Fife schools on 'weekly' basis A Police Scotland spokesperson

  • Kelty ace cup tie to progress to fourth round of Scottish Cup

    KELTY boss Michael Tidser hailed his team’s “grit and determination” after two spectacular second half goals was enough to beat Hamilton Accies. The team will now face Ayr United in January as reward for their deserved victory in Lanarkshire.

  • Violence happening in Fife schools on 'weekly' basis

    A Fife union branch says teaching staff in the Kingdom are experiencing violent and aggressive incidents every week. Speaking after a national survey of Scotland’s teachers, carried out by the EIS, laid bare the scale of the growing problem in

  • Your chance to send a message of support to our veterans

    “It’s the most wonderful time of the year”, so sings Andy Williams every year. But for an isolated veteran, this couldn’t be further from reality. For most of us the festive period is a time for friends, family, and jollity. Sounds idyllic, doesn