Plans for a new privately-owned crematorium that could serve a large swathe of north east Fife have resurfaced.
St Andrews University has appointed Jessica Richards and Kally Lloyd-Jones as directors of the Byre Theatre.
North East Fife’s MSP has accused health secretary Jeane Freeman of talking “gobbledygook” about cuts to health and social care in the region.
Friends of a popular Limekilns teacher who died in March have pledged to support his family in their wish to set up a foundation in his honour.
As a young lad, I remember going out the front door of my home in Kirkcaldy, looking westwards and seeing the sky pulsating with a reddy orangey tinge to it.
A family whose daughter received treatment for a brain tumour at the age of two have been applauded for their commitment to help other families.
A detailed plan to create a vision for Kirkcaldy and “showcase the town’s potential for inward investment” is being drawn up.
Dunfermline Cycling Club has revealed its annual sportive will be held in memory of a club member who recently lost his battle with cancer.
Vandals have desecrated a Glenrothes garden which was planted to provide succour to those affected by terminal illness.
A Dunfermline woman who is performing in an Andrew Carnegie musical in the town this month will be raising money for the cancer charity created in memory of her late sister.