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July was busiest month ever for Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh Airport has welcomed figures showing that July 2016 was the busiest ever month at a…

Two men jailed over Fife school abuse

Two men responsible for the physical and sexual abuse of young boys during the 1970s and…

Police probe after man found dead in Glenrothes house

Police are investigating after a man was found dead at a house in Glenrothes. Police and…

Fife murder inquiry leads to drug raids

  Police in Fife have carried out a series of drugs raids as part of their…

Historic treasures unearthed by Fife man set for museum

A Fife man says he has made a potentially Bronze Age discovery in Cowdenbeath. Members of…

40 year-old man charged over Rosyth robbery

A 40-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with a robbery in Rosyth last…

Police appeal over missing Lucas Thomson, 14, from Kirkcaldy

Police in Fife are appealing for information to help trace a missing teenager from Kirkcaldy.Lucas Thomson…

Apology issued over latest Mossmorran plant ‘flaring’

Apology issued over latest Mossmorran plant ‘flaring’ ExxonMobil in Cowdenbeath has again apologised to local communities spanning from Dalgety Bay to Burntisland and the areas surrounding Cowdenbeath and Crossgates over the latest ‘flaring’ incident. The petrochemical plant on the outskirts of Crossgates experienced another visible…

Queensferry Crossing north deck now connected to Fife

Queensferry Crossing north deck now connected to Fife The new Queensferry Crossing’s north deck has now been connected to Fife as the bridge moves closer to completion. The £1.35bn project is due to be complete by May 2017. Economy Secretary Keith Brown said: “This…

Police set for school patrols as new term begins

Police set for school patrols as new term begins The local police will be out on patrol around the schools in the area at the start of the new school term.From Wednesday 17th  August, officers will have a visible presence at the start and end of the day to ensure…

Bay dancers chosen to dance for the Queen’s 90th birthday

A local dance school is to participate in an historic event to celebrate the Queen’s official 90th birthday. Four young Dalgety Bay members of The Dance Academy Scotland will join fellow dance members to dance in…

Bay resident awarded prestigious medal honour by institute

A Dalgety Bay man has been awarded a prestigious honour by a science institution. The Institute of Biomedical Science has awarded its highly regarded Sims Woodhead medal to Derek Bishop.Mr Bishop is a past president of the IBMS who…

Bay beer festival is now underway at the sailing club

Local beer lovers are being urged to support a community beer festival being held in the Bay. The Rotary Club of Inverkeithing and Dalgety Bay has resurrected the Dalgety Bay Beer Festival for 2016. The event…

Historic treasures unearthed by Fife man set for museum

A Fife man says he has made a potentially Bronze Age discovery in Cowdenbeath. Members of DetectingScotland.com website carried out a dig on May 31 and unearthed what is believed to be an axe head which could…

Calls to freeze rail prices for Fife commuters

Fife Council is calling for a freeze on rail prices after research and high level meetings have confirmed that Fifers are paying over the odds for their daily commute. Dalgety Bay councillor, Lesley Laird, Depute Leader…

Police set for school patrols as new term begins

Police set for school patrols as new term begins The local police will be out on patrol around the schools in the area at the start of the new school term.From Wednesday 17th  August, officers will have a visible presence at the start and end of the day to ensure…

Bay dancers chosen to dance for the Queen’s 90th birthday

A local dance school is to participate in an historic event to celebrate the Queen’s official 90th birthday. Four young Dalgety Bay members of The Dance Academy Scotland will join fellow dance members to dance in…

Bay resident awarded prestigious medal honour by institute

A Dalgety Bay man has been awarded a prestigious honour by a science institution. The Institute of Biomedical Science has awarded its highly regarded Sims Woodhead medal to Derek Bishop.Mr Bishop is a past president of the IBMS who…

Bay beer festival is now underway at the sailing club

Local beer lovers are being urged to support a community beer festival being held in the Bay. The Rotary Club of Inverkeithing and Dalgety Bay has resurrected the Dalgety Bay Beer Festival for 2016. The event…

Kind-hearted stairlift donation for Bay man, 75

A 75-year-old Fife man who featured in an emotional internet video struggling up the stairs in his home has had his “life changed” by a stairlift donation. Gerry Welsh, who lives in constant pain from osteoarthritis…

Bay gala prepares for a Rio theme and hot weather

Dalgety Bay and Hillend residents are gearing up for Saturday’s gala which, according to the Met Office, looks set to be bright, sunny and dry weatherwise. As this year’s event is in keeping with the forthcoming Rio…

Battle of Jutland 100 year anniversary in Rosyth

Commemoration events marking the Battle of Jutland which took place 100 years have taken place across the UK, but predominantly in Rosyth and North Queensferry. Hundreds lined the streets of Rosyth on Saturday, 28 May 2016 to…

Police appeal after chapel hit by vandalism

Police are appealing for witnesses after a church building in Dalgety Bay was vandalised. The incident happened sometime between 4 p.m. on Saturday 30th April and 10 a.m. on Tuesday 3rd May at the Donibristle Chapel.…

Apology issued over latest Mossmorran plant ‘flaring’

Apology issued over latest Mossmorran plant ‘flaring’ ExxonMobil in Cowdenbeath has again apologised to local communities spanning from Dalgety Bay to Burntisland and the areas surrounding Cowdenbeath and Crossgates over the latest ‘flaring’ incident. The petrochemical plant on the outskirts of Crossgates experienced another visible…

July was busiest month ever for Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh Airport has welcomed figures showing that July 2016 was the busiest ever month at a Scottish airport. Last month 1,332,282 passengers flew through the airport which represents a 9.6 % per cent increase on the…

Queensferry Crossing north deck now connected to Fife

Queensferry Crossing north deck now connected to Fife The new Queensferry Crossing’s north deck has now been connected to Fife as the bridge moves closer to completion. The £1.35bn project is due to be complete by May 2017. Economy Secretary Keith Brown said: “This…

Calls to freeze rail prices for Fife commuters

Fife Council is calling for a freeze on rail prices after research and high level meetings have confirmed that Fifers are paying over the odds for their daily commute. Dalgety Bay councillor, Lesley Laird, Depute Leader…

Share windfall for Peter Vardy Group employeers

Twenty colleagues in the Dalgety Bay, Fife, showroom of Peter Vardy Group, the fast-growing automotive retailing business which celebrates its 10th birthday this year, are to share in the transfer of over £5 million of its…

Bay councillor raises poor mobile network in parts of Fife

A Dalgety Bay councillor has voiced concerns over the mobile network coverage in Fife. Councillor Lesley Laird, the council’s deputy leader, is worried about the impact of poor connectivity on the region’s businesses. Ofcom data recently…

Demolition of Bay industrial estate’s eyesore buildings

The demolition of old and derelict buildings in Dalgety Bay will boost the local economy, says Fife Council. The former Maxwell Buildings, situated at the Industrial Estate’s entrance, were derelict for many years. Lengthy discussions between…

‘Largest council housing development in 20 years’ for Kirkcaldy

A total of 161 new “affordable” homes will be built at Overton in Kirkcaldy by Robertson Partnership Homes on behalf of Fife Council. The move is part of a long-term plan to see thousands of affordable…

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