Tragic death of 20 year-old after night out

Tragic death of 20 year-old after night out

People in the area have been left shocked and saddened after the tragic death of a 20 year-old after a night out. Demi Clarke, 20, from Ballingry, tragically lost her fight for life after three days in hospital. She became ill after a night out with friends. A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “Police in Fife […]

Police appeal for missing 12 year-old Shane Davey

Police appeal for missing 12 year-old Shane Davey

Local police have appealed for the public’s assistance as part of ongoing efforts to trace a 12-year-old boy who has been reported missing. Shane Davey, who lives in Kelty, was last seen on Bute Crescent in the Abbeyview area of Dunfermline around 3pm on Friday. Officers have been conducting enquiries since this time and are asking […]

5-kilo haul of pure cocaine found on Rosyth-Zeebrugge ferry

5-kilo haul of pure cocaine found on Rosyth-Zeebrugge ferry

A National Crime Agency investigation is underway following the seizure of around five kilos of high-purity cocaine, found on a trailer carrying metal that had come into Scotland on a Fife-bound ferry from Belgium. The drugs were detained by Border Force officers in late March, but details can only now be released. They were in […]

Dog walker assault reported in Duloch park

Dog walker assault reported in Duloch park

Police in Dunfermline are appealing for witnesses after a 30-year-old man was assaulted in Duloch Park, Dunfermline on Sunday 23rd April. The man was walking his dog on the public footpath to the north of the park around 10.15 am when a stranger approached him and assaulted him. The suspect is described as being a […]

Police warning over bogus workmen in the area

Police warning over bogus workmen in the area

Police in West Fife are appealing for witnesses and urging residents to be vigilant following two reports of bogus workmen targeting residents in Rosyth over the last week. Two incidents were reported to the police – one in Walter Hay Court around 1pm on Wednesday 19th April and one at around midday in Harley Street […]

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 […]

Council candidate warns over ‘noisier’ Edinburgh Airport flight path under plans

Council candidate warns over ‘noisier’ Edinburgh Airport flight path under plans

A council election candidate has highlighted what he describes as “the double whammy” facing South Fife from Edinburgh Airport’s preferred options for new flight paths. Dave Dempsey, who is seeking re-election for the Inverkeithing and Dalgety Bay ward, said the 160-page consultation document on the flight path plans showed a “threat” to South Fife. Mr Dempsey […]

Police warning over fake £50 notes circulating in Fife

Police warning over fake £50 notes circulating in Fife

Police in Fife are advising all businesses to be extra vigilant and to watch out for bogus Bank of England £50 notes. This is following two incidents of counterfeit notes being passed to retail outlets in St Andrews and Cupar on Thursday, 6th April.  The first incident occurred at Tesco in Market Street, St Andrews […]

Schools apps workshops gives pupils DigitalXtra skills boost

Schools apps workshops gives pupils DigitalXtra skills boost

Primary school pupils in Fife are benefiting from a new after school computing club set up by Fife College to inspire Scotland’s next generation of digital users. The College, in partnership with Commercial Primary School staff in Dunfermline, have launched an after school workshop for 20 primary seven pupils which focuses on delivering a course […]

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