Navigating 131 miles from Loch Tay to the sea on a paddle board is audacious challenge enough but it will be even more so for Steve Balfour who has fought back from a painful injury for the quest.
‘Passion, Vision and Spirit’ of 92-year-old artist Norman Gilbert returns to Tatha Gallery with new exhibition
A 92-year-old Glasgow-based artist, who still paints every day, is returning to exhibit at the Tatha Gallery in Newport following an uplifting and successful show there last year.
Councillors have raised concerns about the potential costs associated with two new roads to be built in Dunfermline.
There is nothing unusual in a sea kayaker fundraising for the RNLI.
Patting pooches is helping stressed students cope with exam anxiety.
An old sea wall on the edge of a Fife conservation area is to be repaired more than two years after it was badly damaged by erosion.
Teachers are suffering from historically unmanageable workloads and bad pupil behaviour according to the Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association president.
A voluntary worker in court for benefit fraud was given extra time for her unpaid work to ensure she could continue her service to the elderly.
Motorists have been warned to be vigilant about deer on the roads following a rise in collisions, particularly in Tayside and Fife.
A shocking rise in physical incidents of violence, aggression and threats in Fife schools has led to a spike in staff absences, it has been claimed.