Neil Henderson, The Courier

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Past articles by Neil:

Eighth ace gives Dundee golfer amazing record spanning six decades

Iain McMurray has scored a hole in one every decade since the 70s. → Read More

Police probe after armed robbery at Dundee newsagent

Police are investigating after a female shop worker was threatened in an armed robbery at a Dundee newsagents on Saturday. A man entered Forbes newsagents → Read More

Police probe after thieves steal safe in Blairgowrie break in

Police are hunting for thieves who made off with a safe from a property in Blairgowrie. The theft, from premises in Brucefield Road,, is thought to have → Read More

Carnoustie man scoops £10,000 jackpot on ITV’s Tipping Point

A Carnoustie man has scooped the £10,000 jackpot on ITV's hit quiz show Tipping Point. Grant Wilson used his general knowledge skills as well as relying → Read More

Glenrothes man, 27, injured after falling into sink hole

A Glenrothes man was injured after falling in to a two-foot deep sink hole that opened up underneath him. Calum Canning was walking along the pavement on → Read More

Body of man found on East Neuk beach sparks identity probe

The body of a man was found on a beach in the East Neuk of Fife on Boxing Day. Police are trying to establish the identity of the man, who was found on → Read More

Fife councillor injured in crash after car breaks down on A92

Fife councillor Mary Lockhart has told of the moment she was involved in a crash on the A92 after her car broke down. → Read More

Tributes paid to Glenrothes activist and councillor Bob Taylor

Tributes have been paid to former Glenrothes councillor and activist Robert 'Bob' Taylor following his death on November 10. → Read More

Vandals attack Kirkcaldy LGBT+ community hub twice in same night

Vandals have attacked a newly opened LGBT+ cafe and community hub in Kirkcaldy twice in the same evening. CCTV images captured youths throwing eggs at → Read More

Watch as ‘high velocity’ fireworks shot at children’s park in St Andrews

Teenagers have been caught on camera launching fireworks at a children's play park in St Andrews. The youths used a makeshift launchpad to fire what one → Read More

Emergency water mains repairs force two-day closure of Anstruther road

Emergency water mains repairs have forced the closure of a busy Fife coastal road. The A917 in Anstruther has been closed to all traffic while Scottish → Read More

Edinburgh firefighters called upon to tackle blaze at Inverkeithing storage yard

Firefighters from Edinburgh were drafted in to tackle a blaze at a storage firm in Inverkeithing on Sunday. Fire broke out at two lock up containers at → Read More

Appeal to trace driver after collision with cyclist at Aldi car park in Dundee

Police are appealing for help in tracing the driver who left the scene after colliding with a cyclist in a Dundee supermarket car park. → Read More

Cowdenbeath fire: ‘Strong smell’ reported months before cannabis farm found

Locals claim they reported a "strong smell" of cannabis several months before a cultivation was found in the aftermath of a fire in Cowdenbeath. Police → Read More

New cost of living support schemes launched in Fife – here’s how you can benefit

Fifers impacted by the cost of living crisis are being urged not to miss out on extra support this winter. Fife Council leaders have pledged a further → Read More

Look inside historic Fife church before transformation into luxury two-bed home

A disused church in Fife is to be given a new lease of life as a family home. The former United Reform Church in Coaltown of Balgonie will be restored → Read More

Arbroath cliffs dog rescue to feature in BBC TV series

The rescue of a dog after it fell from cliffs at Arbroath is to feature in a BBC TV series. The latest episode of Saving Lives at Sea - which showcases → Read More

Queen Elizabeth II dies as ‘special’ links to Tayside and Fife remembered

Queen Elizabeth II has died at her Scottish home in Balmoral at the age of 96, Buckingham Palace has announced. → Read More

Fire crews tackle blaze at disused church in Kirkcaldy

Fire crews have been called to tackle a blaze at a disused church in Kirkcaldy on Saturday. The alarm was raised after smoke was seen coming from the rear → Read More

Fears millions of pounds’ worth of crops could be lost as Fife farmers hit with water ban

A Scottish food industry chief has warned millions of pounds' worth of crops could be lost after dozens of Fife farmers were hit with a water ban. From → Read More