Politicians from across the political spectrum came together last night in Glenrothes to jointly oppose the closure of the Out of Hours Service at Glenrothes Hospital.
The Principal of the University of St Andrews has given her support to Clara Ponsati, the former Education Minister in Catalonia who is facing extradition under a European Arrest Warrant (EAW) in relation to the Catalan referendum on 1 October.
A 12 year old girl has been knocked down in Kennoway shortly after 7pm this evening (Thursday). She was rushed to the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy. The accident happened on […]
NHS Fife has called for action to be taken over the flaring at Mossmorran petrochemical plant, operated by ExxonMobil Chemicals Limited on the outskirts of Cowdenbeath.
Fife Council has set up a review group in the wake of the tragic Grenfell Tower blaze, which is looking at the fire safety of blocks of flats around the Kingdom of Fife.
The opening of the new Queensferry Crossing has been announced for the 30th of August and as part of the celebrations there is a once in a lifetime opportunity to walk across it. The launch celebrations will take place on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd of September.
A fourteen year old schoolboy from Glenrothes has been found dead just weeks after coming out as gay in a YouTube video.
A single-decker bus collided with a car in Kirkcaldy yesterday, causing minor injuries to three passengers.
The Ministry of Defence announced today that Leuchars Station in Fife is to become the main army base in Scotland. The announcement was made as the Secretary of State for Defence met the MoD defence board in Edinburgh for the first time.
A poll for STV has found that 50% of people in Scotland now back independence. The poll which was conducted…
In the wake of the hard Brexit announced by Theresa May, should Scotland hold a second independence referendum?
After the furore over the opening ceremony outfits, Team Scotland have revealed the kit the athletes will be wearing to compete in the different events.
Team Scotland have revealed the outfits the Scottish athletes will be wearing in the opening parade of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow later this month. Take a look and let […]
Fife Flyers have announced that their Player of the Year Jordan Fulton will be staying with them for the 2014/15 season. There was huge interest in the 6’0 195lbs forward from various teams across the UK and Europe, but Fulton decided to return to the Kirkcaldy based club for a second season, a move which is sure to delight the Flyers fans.
Four police cars and a riot van were called to attend violent clashes between rival fans at an amateur football cup final on Friday evening.
Falkirk 2-1 Dunfermline Athletic – Match Report by Lorna Morton Scottish Communities League Cup 2nd Round – Tuesday 27th August The atmosphere at Westfield Stadium was always going to be somewhat fractious […]
Fife Flyers Ice Hockey Club have welcomed the return of 25 year old Chris Wands, a defenceman and that of fellow defenceman Thomas Muir. Muir, 27, returns to Fife for his […]
Dunfermline claimed the spoils and progression to the next round of the Harry Ramsdens Cup with a gutsy 3-1 victory over hosts Cowdenbeath. Nathan Wedderburn put Cowdenbeath in the lead […]
The Michael Woods Sports & Leisure Centre in Glenrothes is nearing it’s opening day. The new sports complex contains a 25m swimming pool, a 20m training pool, gym, multiple 5-a […]