Police investigate 'sexual' calls to Fife councillors
Police have launched an investigation after a number of Fife councillors received sexual remarks in a series of anonymous phone calls.
Proud parents of boxer Connor Law hope Kelty mural will inspire youngsters
The mum of a boxing champion from Kelty who passed away this year hopes a mural in his memory will inspire youngsters to chase their dreams.
Plans for five giant shipping containers on North Queensferry harbour
There could be a brand-new hub for artists and craftspeople in Fife, if plans for five giant shipping containers in North Queensferry are approved.
Plans to re-open former Thomas Cook store in Kirkcaldy, as Glenrothes shop re-launches
Hays Travel has announced it is planning to re-open the Thomas Cook store in Kirkcaldy, in the same week the Glenrothes branch re-launched with all its former workers.
BREAKING: Police investigate "unexplained" death of man in Dunfermline
The body of a man has been discovered at an address on Golfdrum Street in Dunfermline, police have confirmed.
Plans for new outdoor sports facility in Cardenden revealed
Plans for a new £100,000 sports facility at Wallsgreen Park in Cardenden have been revealed.
Roadworks to start on A92 in northern Fife
Part of the A92 in northern Fife will undergo more than £250,000-worth of resurfacing work.
World Mental Health Day: Neve hopes to help those struggling after personal battle
This World Mental Health Day, Kingdom FM News has spoken to a teenager from Glenrothes who is hoping to transform the lives of others who are struggling across Fife.
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- Police investigate 'sexual' calls to Fife councillors
- Proud parents of boxer Connor Law hope Kelty mural will inspire youngsters
- Plans for five giant shipping containers on North Queensferry harbour
- Plans to re-open former Thomas Cook store in Kirkcaldy, as Glenrothes shop re-launches