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Leeza Clark

The Courier

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Past articles by Leeza:

Portrait of tragic East Neuk surgeon restored

Alone and in complete darkness, Thomas Black died a terrible death on the Fife shoreline, trapped in mud, with the tide slowly creeping in. → Read More

Funding for feasibility study to regenerate former Inverkeithing Primary site

Plans to breathe new life into the fire-hit Inverkeithing Primary School have taken a huge leap forward with funding for a feasibility study. → Read More

Pay-what-you-want Fife cafe celebrates funding boost

A Fife café which lets customers pay what they can afford is celebrating a funding boost. → Read More

New institute to help diagnose disease early opens at St Andrews University

A new centre which aims to boost diagnosis of cancer, cardiovascular disease, mental health and infection has been created at St Andrews University. → Read More

MSP's shock as volunteers' discovery on Fife beach clean sparks bomb scare and evacuation

Bomb disposal experts were called to a Fife beauty spot after volunteers conducting a beach clean found, what they thought to be, an explosive device. → Read More

A Rainbow of Hope appears in Kirkcaldy

A “rainbow of hope” has emerged in Kirkcaldy, celebrating love after grief. → Read More

Major new exhibition by world-famous Fife artist Jack Vettriano to be showcased in Kirkcaldy

Early paintings by world famous Fife artist Jack Vettriano, including work painted under his birth name Jack Hoggan, will be shown together in public for the first time in a major new exhibition in Kirkcaldy. → Read More

Naval flagship heads under the Forth bridges to start sea trials

HMS Prince of Wales has sailed under the three Forth bridges as she leaves Rosyth. → Read More

Man due in court following late night firearm incident in Glenrothes

A man is expected to appear in court on Monday in connection with a firearms incident in Glenrothes over the weekend. → Read More

Police search for missing man last seen in Elie area of Fife

Police are appealing for help in tracing a man last seen in the Elie area of Fife. → Read More

Forth Bridge: Plans submitted to allow visitors to walk on 'national treasure'

Network Rail has submitted plans for Sydney Harbour Bridge-style walking tours of the Forth Bridge. → Read More

Rosyth dockyard could be in line for investment boost to meet MoD contract

Rosyth dockyard could be in line for a multi-million-pound investment in the wake of a contract to build new Royal Naval frigates. → Read More

Rosyth dockyard: Billion-pound boost for Fife workers as Babcock wins race for warship work

Rosyth dockyard is celebrating a massive jobs boost after Babcock won the race to build a new generation of Royal Navy frigates. → Read More

Event will celebrate contribution of EU citizens living in Fife

Fife politicians are joining forces to celebrate the contribution of EU citizens. → Read More

Box office records smashed at Dunfermline’s Outwith arts festival

The team behind Dunfermline’s Outwith Festival say the event has broken box office records, despite the loss of the organisation which formerly organised it. → Read More

Fife holiday lunch scheme serving up extra benefits by tackling isolation

As the school bell tolls for thousands of Fife youngsters returning to class, a Fife holiday pilot to combat poverty has had an extra benefit – curbing social isolation. → Read More

All aboard: Scottish Vintage Bus Museum looks ahead to 25th anniversary year in Fife

Volunteers at the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum are gearing up for its silver anniversary in Fife. → Read More

Huge turnout for inaugural breakfast club for armed forces in Dunfermline

A new club that provides veterans readjusting to life on civvy street with a sense of "family" was opened by Fife Provost Jim Leishman in Dunfermline on Saturday. → Read More

Three car accident in Cowdenbeath

Nine people were caught up in a three-car accident in Cowdenbeath on Saturday evening. → Read More

Fife woman found safe and well

A missing Fife woman has been found safe and well. → Read More