Red Arrows over the Forth as Queen opens new bridge

Red Arrows over the Forth as Queen opens new bridge

The celebrations over the official opening of the new Queensferry Crossing continued with a flypast by the Red Arrows as the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh attended the opening. Thousands of local school children are also taking part in events including getting the chance to walk the bridge.  50,000 members of the public who applied for […]

Man robbed and zapped with ‘cattle prod’ by thief duo in Cowdenbeath

Man robbed and zapped with ‘cattle prod’ by thief duo in Cowdenbeath

Police in Fife are investigating following a robbery in Cullaloe View, Cowdenbeath. The incident happened around 7.30pm on Monday, April 24, near a garage site in Cullaloe View. A 48-year-old man was approached by two unknown men, who presented him with a conductive energy device, described as looking like a cattle prod.  The 48-year-old handed […]

Fife man guilty of causing dog suffering

Fife man guilty of causing dog suffering

A Fife man who caused unnecessary suffering and failed to provide adequate care and treatment for his dog has been given a five year ban from owning animals, 12 months of supervision and a community payback order of 180 hours following a Scottish SPCA investigation. Gordon Davey, 29, of Islay Road, Dunfermline was sentenced at […]

Mystery of street’s stolen ‘public puffin’ sparks police probe

Police in Fife are appealing for witnesses following the theft of a hand carved wooden statue of a puffin from public ground in James Street, Cellardyke. The incident happened between 6pm on Sunday 16th April and 8am on Monday 17th April. Community Sergeant Neil Johnston from St Andrew’s Police Station said: “This is an attractive […]

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