Fundraisers launched for fire-hit Fife Zoo
At least two fundraisers have been launched after a fire damaged parts of Fife Zoo, just days after it reopened.
Raith and Dundee Utd to launch fundraiser to cover legal costs of SPFL battle
Raith Rovers and two other Scottish clubs are set to launch a fundraiser - to help cover the legal bill for their battle to maintain their promoted status.
No suspicious circumstances over man's body in Dunfermline park
Police say there appear to be no suspicious circumstances surrounding the discovery of a man's body in a Dunfermline park yesterday.
EXCLUSIVE: Coldplay's Guy Berryman on growing up in Fife, 20 years since Parachutes and the future of live shows
Coldplay bassist Guy Berryman has been recalling his memories of the band's debut album - 20 years after its release.
Firefighters dealing with a major blaze at Fife Zoo
Firefighters are tackling a major blaze at Fife Zoo, which is located near Ladybank.
Man's body found in a Dunfermline park
Police say a man's body has been found in Dunfermline's Pittencrieff Park.
Fife MSP says Hong Kong residents should be made to feel welcome to come to Scotland
A Fife MSP is telling Kingdom FM News that Scotland should welcome Hong Kong residents amid concerns over their diminishing freedoms.
Scottish women's football could return well before the end of 2020
There are hopes Scottish women's football will resume well before the end of this year.
Work to reduce flaring at Mossmorran delayed until 2021
The operator of the ethylene plant at Mossmorran in Fife has confirmed work on a £140 million investment to reduce flaring at the site has been delayed due to the pandemic.
Bottlenose dolphins seen off the Fife coast by St Andrews University researchers
Bottlenose dolphins have been spotted off Fife's coast by a St Andrews University surveying team.
Tourism organisation issues 'visitor charter' for Scotland as restrictions ease
VisitScotland has issued a new visitor charter on how to enjoy Scotland in the coming months - as lockdown restrictions ease.
Raith Rovers boss and assistant agree new deal to stay at Stark's Park
Raith Rovers manager John McGlynn and assistant Paul Smith will be staying at Stark's Park for the next two seasons.
Fresh appeal for information - a week after rape of woman, 83
Police have issued a fresh appeal for information - a week after an 83-year-old woman was raped in Glenrothes.
Installation of ice sensors on Queensferry Crossing 'to be completed shortly'
Drivers using the Queensferry Crossing have been given a boost ahead of this winter.
FM expected to reveal latest on 2m rule and face coverings
The first minister is expected to provide updates on the Scottish Government's stance over face coverings and the 2m social distancing rule later.
Police officers hurt after man 'carrying weapon' arrested at Fife supermarket
Police officers have been injured while arresting a man who was allegedly carrying a weapon at a Fife supermarket.
Fife paramedic reunited with family after three months apart during pandemic
A Newburgh paramedic has described the moment he was reunited with his family - after three months apart during the coronavirus pandemic.
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- Fundraisers launched for fire-hit Fife Zoo
- Raith and Dundee Utd to launch fundraiser to cover legal costs of SPFL battle
- No suspicious circumstances over man's body in Dunfermline park
- EXCLUSIVE: Coldplay's Guy Berryman on growing up in Fife, 20 years since Parachutes and the future of live shows