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The Scarborough Muir Group yesterday announced it had submitted a proposal to Fife Council for its ambitious plans for Rosyth which could create … |


Vital support for Fife families affected by domestic abuse will continue for the next five years thanks to funding from the Big Lottery Fund announced … |


“As the bridge comes under the responsibility of Fife Council I have contacted transportation services to see what, if anything, can be done,” said Cllr … |


In “groundbreaking” study, a team of researchers led by scientists at the Fife institution have managed to magnetise gold in a process which could lead … |


Davie Nelson and the fundraising team has raised funds and bought 10 new televisions for Victoria Hospital. Picture by Steven Brown Photography … |


Independent councillor Bill Brown was elected chair of the Glenrothes area committee amidst extraordinary scenes at Fife House. The group's SNP … |


The shock discovery was made on the Fife construction site of the new … Later Police Scotland, Amey, which operates the Forth Road Bridge, and … |


Police Scotland, Amey, the Forth Road Bridge and Traffic Scotland confirmed that officers will close the M90 and Forth Road Bridge in both directions. |


Procurator Fiscal depute John Adams said McLean had managed to make the journey from Dundee to Fife in just 54 seconds. He said: “He missed the … |


“We know that visitors have ever more choices of wonderful hotels around the UK but by focusing on the needs of our guests, we have a high level of … |


The shock discovery was made on the Fife construction site of the new Queensferry Crossing. … Get in touch with us on |


Working for the Dunfermline Press and Central Fife Times, this is a terrific opportunity for someone to show what they can do and make a significant … |


More than 60 poets will be taking part, along with many musicians, visual artists and film makers, bringing the historic Fife town to life with poetry, … |


The approach to the Forth Road Bridge closed off to all traffic and pedestrians as a precaution to allow a controlled explosion to take place near the … |


The joint venture between Kirkcaldy 4 All and Fife Council is offering cheaper parking until the end of March in a bid to entice shoppers back to the … |


<b>Edinburgh</b>'s world famous Street Party will have an additional stage and screens, entertainment zones and dedicated 'Food and Drink Villages' this … |

FullSizeRender This year's <b>Edinburgh's</b> Hogmanay extravaganza was launched at the Signet Library this morning amid much music, bacon rolls and … |

The full line-up for <b>Edinburgh's</b> Hogmanay has been announced by organisers who said they expect 150,000 visitors to the city for the three-day … |

MITSUBISHI has extended its sponsorship of <b>Edinburgh</b> Rugby for another year. The team will get five vehicles from local dealer Belmont and in return … |

Scottish leaders have hailed the results of a study by BiGGAR Economics which found that the University of <b>Edinburgh</b> adds £2 billion annually to the … |

Police closed the Forth Road Bridge to allow for a controlled explosion after materials were discovered at the site of the new crossing. Officers shut the … |

Up to 150,000 people are expected to attend Hogmanay celebrations in <b>Edinburgh</b> during three days of events to welcome in the new year. |

Researchers at the University of <b>Edinburgh</b> have found substantial potential in a drug which better equips the body's immune system to fight cancer. |

Jonny Petrie, managing director of <b>Edinburgh</b> Rugby and former Scotland captain, said: “We want to be working with brands that fit with us as … |

Eight former Rectors of the University of <b>Edinburgh</b> have criticised the Scottish National Party's (SNP) Higher Education Governance (Scotland) Bill in … |

The Forfar game is interesting as if we were to win it would have us four points clear at the top due to Dunfermline not playing until 5:15pm that day. |



George Ritchie – formerly of Glenrothes, committed the crimes in the Fife town, Burntisland and Dunfermline between 1977 and 1982. Satan's Slaves … |