Local News from Wednesday, July 10th, 2019
Temporary labs for St Andrews uni after devastating fire
Temporary labs are to be installed at St Andrews University, after a fire tore down one of the world's leading research facilities there.
Council could reclaim unused graves to slow growing cemetery capacities in Fife
Fife Council is considering a number of options to help slow-down growing capacities in the Kingdom's graveyards.
Cyclist involved in suspected hit-and-run in the East Neuk dies
A cyclist, who was discovered with serious head injuries on the A91 on Monday evening, has died.
Grant opposed to legalising Northern Ireland abortion, while Chapman abstains from voting
The MP for Glenrothes has voted against moves to legalise abortion in Northern Ireland.
Kelty neighbours win £30,000 each in Postcode Lottery draw
Four neighbours from Kelty had a very welcome visit from the People's Postcode Lottery on Wednesday morning.
Petition launched to secure long-term future of Dunfermline test centre
Fifers are being encouraged to sign a petition calling MP's to secure the future of a driving test centre in Dunfermline.
Millions set to be invested in a Fife fruit facility
The potential investment for the facility have ranged from £13 million to more than £16 million.
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