United Kingdom - The Courier & Advertiser (Fife Edition)
Monday - 19th February, 2018
Cat’s owners in despair as pet is shot and killed
A cat has died after allegedly being shot and poisoned in Dunfermline. It is the second hor...
Saturday - 17th February, 2018
Lapland killer guilty of Rebecca’s murder
A former soldier from the Czech Republic has been convicted of murdering Fife tour guide Rebecca Joh...
Friday - 16th February, 2018
St Andrews set for 1,000 houses in ‘masterplan’
Around 1,000 new homes could be built in St Andrews after a masterplan for the ancient town was subm...
Thursday - 15th February, 2018
Fife puppy is kicked to death
A puppy has been kicked to death in Dunfermline. Heartbroken dog breeder Yvonne Hannah said...
Wednesday - 14th February, 2018
Bifab must secure work or begin redundancies
Fife manufacturing firm BiFab faces a frantic scramble to secure work as redundancy looms for 260 pe...
Tuesday - 13th February, 2018
BiFab yards set to close in Fife
Staff at the BiFab marine engineering yards in Fife will be handed redundancy notices today.&nbs...
Monday - 12th February, 2018
Fife roads now dumping ground for scrap cars
The plummeting price of scrap metal has fuelled fears Fife’s roads are becoming a dumping ground f...
Saturday - 10th February, 2018
Man jailed for killing Fife father
A convicted drug trafficker who killed a Fife dad during a “savage” hammer attack was jailed for...
Friday - 9th February, 2018
Council in Dunfermline ‘super campus’ talks
A pair of Dunfermline secondary schools could merge on a single site with Fife College to form a ‘...
Thursday - 8th February, 2018
Tributes paid to Fife footballer
Tributes have been paid to a talented Fife footballer who was killed in a tragic accident at the wee...
Wednesday - 7th February, 2018
Stalker made former MP fear for his safety
A former Fife MP has described how he feared for his safety while being bombarded with “very threa...
Tuesday - 6th February, 2018
Stagecoach to lose East Coast rail line
Public transport giant Stagecoach admitted to getting its sums wrong yesterday after the UK Governme...
Monday - 5th February, 2018
School costs ‘harm deprived children’
The spiralling cost of the school day is having a negative impact on the education of Fife pupils li...
Saturday - 3rd February, 2018
Pair stole £48k from family
A thieving Fife couple face jail for the incredible £48,000 spending spree that saw them st...
Saturday - 27th January, 2018
Terminally ill left in the dark
Terminally ill Fifers are being left in the dark amid fears a charity befriending system could be ax...
Friday - 26th January, 2018
University to move 400 staff to Guardbridge site
Multi-million-pound plans to relocate around 400 university staff from St Andrews to Guardbridge wil...
Thursday - 25th January, 2018
Fears for more than 100 jobs at Kirkcaldy firm
More than 100 jobs could be lost in Fife if a major employer goes ahead with plans to close its Kirk...
Wednesday - 24th January, 2018
Council offers children mental health support
Scores of children plunged into uncertainty over their future high school are being offered mental h...
Tuesday - 23rd January, 2018
Warning of rent and council tax increase
Council tax and rent will rise in Fife in April, The Courier can reveal. The local authorit...
Monday - 22nd January, 2018
No smoke alarms in 25% of Fife schools Shock figures revealed after Cairneyhill blaze
More than one in four Fife schools have no smoke detectors fitted, The Courier can exclusively revea...
Saturday - 20th January, 2018
Blizzard conditions leave Fife in chaos
Blizzard conditions brought chaos to Fife yesterday, causing a spate of crashes, stranding buses and...
Friday - 19th January, 2018
Thursday - 18th January, 2018
Wednesday - 17th January, 2018
Kirkcaldy’s High Street dealt blow
Kirkcaldy High Street has been dealt a double dose of the January blues as another two stores announ...
Tuesday - 16th January, 2018
Patient lists prompt call for action over GP crisis
Huge patient lists have prompted a call for action to tackle a growing GP crisis. The deman...
Monday - 15th January, 2018
Electrical fault behind Cairneyhill school fire
A fire that engulfed a Fife primary school may have been burning for up to half an hour before it wa...
Saturday - 13th January, 2018
Car ploughs into group of men in Fife town centre
A car ploughed into a group of pedestrians in St Andrews town centre, injuring four of them.&nbs...
Friday - 12th January, 2018
Call for St Monans boatyard revamp Fife harbour could become centre of excellence and tourism
A “historical tragedy” could be created if plans for a major revamp of a Fife harbour happen wit...
Thursday - 11th January, 2018
Health board faces £27m black hole
NHS Fife faces a near-£27 million budget deficit by the end of the next financial year with...
Tuesday - 9th January, 2018
Monday - 8th January, 2018
Saturday - 6th January, 2018
£200 debt led to brutal Fife hammer homicide
A court has heard how a Fife dad was killed in a terrifying hammer attack. Colin Oliphant w...
Friday - 5th January, 2018
Fife ‘predator’ jailed for abuse and grooming
A Fife “predator” who groomed his young victims in the 1980s, gaining the trust of their familie...
Thursday - 4th January, 2018
Brave store staff foil armed robbers
A pair of knife-wielding men were foiled in their attempts to raid two Glenrothes shops, thanks to t...
Wednesday - 3rd January, 2018
Tributes paid to a ‘fabulous friend’
Tributes have been paid to a St Andrews University graduate who died in a plane crash in Australia.&...
Tuesday - 2nd January, 2018
Absent patients cost health boards £4m
Patients who fail to turn up for medical appointments could be costing health boards across Courier ...
Saturday - 30th December, 2017
Energy firm blasts power line vandals
Reckless vandals risked death and destruction when they fired pellets into live overhead power lines...
Thursday - 28th December, 2017
Wednesday - 27th December, 2017
Tuesday - 26th December, 2017
‘Serious questions’ at rise in plant’s flaring
A four-fold increase in flaring at Mossmorran means some “serious questions” have now got to be ...
Saturday - 23rd December, 2017
ScotRail admits it skips Fife stops
Fife train users have slammed ScotRail after the firm admitted trains have been deliberately skippin...
Friday - 22nd December, 2017
Police in Fife investigate an average of 12 cases every day
Police in Fife are dealing with an average of 12 missing people inquiries per day, costing the regio...
Thursday - 21st December, 2017
Fifers help dog rescuer injured in road accident
Shell-shocked Fifers are raising funds for a much-loved Romanian man critically injured after return...
Wednesday - 20th December, 2017
Smokers at hospitals face public shaming
Smokers could be publicly shamed as they light up at Fife’s hospital doors. Kingdom healt...
Monday - 18th December, 2017
Saturday - 16th December, 2017
Christmas rescued for 700 Fife youngsters
Hundreds of disadvantaged children will have presents to open on Christmas morning after Courier rea...
Friday - 15th December, 2017
Fire-hit Fife primary had no smoke alarms
Serious questions have been raised about safety in Fife’s schools following the fire which ravaged...
Thursday - 14th December, 2017
Scale of country’s battle against the bulge laid bare
Children as young as 14 in Tayside and Fife are being handed drugs in a bid to bring their obesity u...
Wednesday - 13th December, 2017
Fife children falling behind in key skills
Worrying new figures have revealed the percentage of Fife school pupils achieving the expected level...
Tuesday - 12th December, 2017
Outrage as council removes grit bins
Communities hoping to help themselves this winter have been left furious by the removal of grit bins...
Monday - 11th December, 2017
Pet owners without bags could be charged
Dog walkers in Fife who do not have a bag to clean up their pets’ mess could be hit with fines.&am...
Saturday - 9th December, 2017
Pupils led safely from school fire
Hundreds of pupils were led to safety as fire ripped through a Fife primary school. Cairney...
Thursday - 7th December, 2017
Wednesday - 6th December, 2017
Tuesday - 5th December, 2017
Monday - 4th December, 2017
Saturday - 2nd December, 2017
Fife petrol bomber jailed for 16 years
A Fife man has been jailed for 16 years for petrol bombing two houses in an act of vengeance.&nb...
Friday - 1st December, 2017
Families face bleak Christmas this year
Fife organisations say families face Christmas in poverty with just days to go before the roll out o...
Thursday - 30th November, 2017
‘Secret’ wardens to tackle dog fouling
Undercover wardens are the latest weapon in Fife Council’s crackdown on dog fouling. Plai...
Wednesday - 29th November, 2017
401 jobs slashed on black day for Fife
There will be little Christmas cheer for 250 Rosyth dockyard workers whose jobs were yesterday consi...
Tuesday - 28th November, 2017
Outrage at fresh work on Forth crossing
Commuters face more motoring misery as the new Queensferry Crossing partially closes for five days t...
Monday - 27th November, 2017
Shock at 650 Fifers awaiting psychiatry
Fifers with mental health issues are being failed “to a degree that is difficult to comprehend” ...
Saturday - 25th November, 2017
Bid to keep dogs on a leash at playparks
Bylaws to create designated “dogs on leads” zones could be created in Fife’s playparks amid fe...
Friday - 24th November, 2017
Memorial to mining disaster vandalised
“Sick animals” have vandalised a memorial to nine men killed in a horrific mining disaster.&...
Wednesday - 22nd November, 2017
Tuesday - 21st November, 2017
Monday - 20th November, 2017
Proposed cost cuts ‘Dickensian’ – union
Proposals to impose swingeing cuts to Fife’s education service have been dubbed “truly Dickensia...
Saturday - 18th November, 2017
Missing man’s dad hits at troll’s jail sentence
The father of missing Allan Bryant Jr has lambasted the “pathetic” jail sentence handed to a not...
Friday - 17th November, 2017
Sturgeon returns to fight for BiFab jobs
Scotland’s First Minister flew home early yesterday to try to rescue BiFab. On the day th...
Thursday - 16th November, 2017
Rowley suspended following bully claim
Fife MSP Alex Rowley was suspended from Scottish Labour’s parliamentary group last night after a f...
Wednesday - 15th November, 2017
Fife wrote off £2m in council tax last year
Council chiefs in Fife wrote off more £2 million in unpaid council tax last year. ...
Tuesday - 14th November, 2017
BiFab staff agree to work without pay
Hundreds of BiFab workers have agreed to work without guarantee of pay in a desperate bid to stave o...
Monday - 13th November, 2017
BiFab jobs under threat
Efforts will continue today to safeguard the future of hundreds of Fife workers following shock week...
Saturday - 11th November, 2017
Rising anger in Fife over ‘cruel’ Universal Credit
Anger is mounting across Fife over major welfare reform that could plunge thousands of people into p...
Thursday - 9th November, 2017
Wednesday - 8th November, 2017
Police ‘could have prevented murder’
A Fife grandmother’s murder could have been prevented had police responded properly to her 999 cal...
Tuesday - 7th November, 2017
Missing Fife man may be living in London
A Fife man missing for almost 25 years may still be alive and living on the streets in England, poli...
Monday - 6th November, 2017
Thieves ransack home of crash death victim
The grieving family of a woman killed in a car accident have suffered fresh anguish after thieves ra...
Saturday - 4th November, 2017
Urgent headstone repairs cost £400k
Urgent action is needed to repair dangerous headstones in graveyards across Fife. Up to a t...
Friday - 3rd November, 2017
Man saved from car after huge explosion
Houses shook as a car dramatically exploded into flames in Kirkcaldy yesterday. Brave local...
Wednesday - 1st November, 2017
Tuesday - 31st October, 2017
Monday - 30th October, 2017
Angry residents hit out at Mossmorran flaring
Mossmorran’s operators have been accused of treating communities with “contempt” after a compl...
Saturday - 28th October, 2017
Flytipping to rise as rules tightened
Fifers should brace themselves for more flytipping incidents after measures to crack down on the com...
Friday - 27th October, 2017
Convicts given late starts due to methadone dose
Criminals on community payback orders are clocking on later to allow drug addicts to get their dose ...
Thursday - 26th October, 2017
Law Killer guilty of second brutal attack
Prison bosses are to review how convicted murderer Robbie McIntosh was allowed back on to the street...
Wednesday - 25th October, 2017
Recycling staff may wear body cameras
Recycling centre staff across Fife may be given body cameras to protect against skip-rage offenders....
Tuesday - 24th October, 2017
Westfield green light creates jobs bonanza
Fife can prepare for a jobs bonanza after initial plans to create an energy powerhouse and light ind...
Monday - 23rd October, 2017
Fife streets are littered with discarded needles
Increasing numbers of needles are being dumped in streets and parks across Fife. Hundreds o...
Saturday - 21st October, 2017
Curb deer or face Lyme disease, warns mother
A Kirkcaldy mum believes stringent measures should be put in place to stop the spread of deer in urb...
Friday - 20th October, 2017
Hotel closes doors blaming rates hike
A crippling increase in business rates has forced owners to call time on a popular East Neuk hotel.&...
Thursday - 19th October, 2017
Energy complex could create 2,500 Fife jobs
One of Europe’s largest brownfield sites could be transformed into an energy-producing powerhouse ...
Wednesday - 18th October, 2017
First responders’ anger at defibrillator thieves
Lives are being put at risk by ignorant Fife thieves stealing community defibrillators. Eas...
Tuesday - 17th October, 2017
Mum fears children’s lives at risk in school
A worried Fife mother claims the council is endangering the lives of her children. Vicky Ma...
Monday - 16th October, 2017
Struck-off teacher blasts SNP...over staff shortages
A Tory councillor who was struck off from teaching has criticised the SNP for shortages in the profe...
Saturday - 14th October, 2017
Homeless and facing cold winter
A former businessman who needs a heart transplant has been left homeless in St Andrews and faces a c...
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