When someone who is constantly labelled a reality TV or Instagram star - or even worse still a “social media influencer” - says something, it’s fair to say it can be taken with a pinch of salt more often than not.
Had a chuckle recently at a post on social media last week which read: “FFS, I wish those kids would stop setting off fireworks a week early... the dog’s hiding underneath the Christmas tree.”
The common misconception that parking attendants have booking targets to meet was once again challenged this week when it emerged that the number of valid tickets being handed out has actually fallen in Fife in the past year.
"You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain."
I might be closer to 50 now than 25, but I'm not at the point of considering myself over the hill.
With town centres across Fife seemingly struggling like never before, I think it is fair to say that everyone is keen to see how Kirkcaldy’s place making and car parking options review pans out.
Having followed BiFab’s struggles in recent months, and seen the passion of all those involved in the Ready for Renewal campaign calling for the delivery of good quality renewables jobs in Fife, the fact that French company EDF is apparently sending most of the work for constructing the jackets for the £2bn Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) windfarm overseas becomes all the more nonsensical.
Our story about the prospect of fuel shortages affecting Fife and beyond in the event of a no-deal Brexit certainly got people talking over the weekend, and it certainly wasn’t just the politicians.
It was around 11-and-a-half years ago that the Fife Sports and Leisure Trust was established as a non-profit distributing organisation, limited by guarantee, to operate and manage sports and leisure facilities on behalf of Fife Council.
Major events like last weekend’s devastating fire at Woodmill High School in Dunfermline merely serve to magnify how ridiculous human nature is.