A heating business in Fife has launched a fundraiser to help people in need during the cost of living crisis.
RGM Heating Limited has started its Community Heating Project, seeking donations from Fifers through its fundraising page on gofundme to allow the firm to provide support to those who need it.
The Courier reports that the Rosyth company helped a man without heating and hot water for more than two years as he couldn't afford to fix his boiler.
It's also being reported that a woman with a terminal illness had no heating for six months, while another woman in the Kingdom was in danger of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Anas Hassan, our Kingdom FM reporter, has been chatting with Graeme Robertson from RGM Heating Limited to find out more about the project: