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Past articles by Jonathan:

Glenrothes fights back following recent job losses

The opening of new businesses in Glenrothes prove the town is fighting back in the battle for jobs, it has been claimed. → Read More

Community leader's anger as vandals target Kirkcaldy carving

A Kirkcaldy community activist has described her heartache after vandals targeted a monument in a local park. → Read More

No injuries following North East Fife rush hour crash

No injuries were reported following a two-car crash in North East Fife on Thursday. → Read More

Anger as graffiti artists and dog foulers tarnish Kirkcaldy prom

Disrespectful dog owners and garish graffiti are tarnishing one of Kirkcaldy’s key attractions, it has been claimed. → Read More

No criminality following claim of Kirkcaldy indecent exposure

Police have confirmed that no further action will be taken following a reported indecent exposure in Kirkcaldy. → Read More

Renewables policy needs reviewed following BiFab job losses, says Lib Dem leader

A dramatic shift in government policy is required if Scotland’s renewables sector is to have any future, it is claimed. → Read More

Allan Bryant Jr’s family face ‘waiting game’ following demand for new police force

The father of a missing Glenrothes man says he is playing a waiting game after appealing for a new police force to investigate his son’s disappearance. → Read More

Dunnes Stores has moral obligation not to quit Glenrothes, says MSP

One of Glenrothes’ biggest stores has a moral obligation not to abandon the town, it has been claimed. → Read More

Councillors call for clarity from police over St Andrews murder

Police have been slated for rejecting a request to talk to councillors about their handling of a St Andrews murder case. → Read More

Councillors advised to pass controversial St Andrews taxi rank plan

Controversial plans to create a night-time taxi rank in St Andrews should be pushed through, councillors have been told. → Read More

Man appears in court following Kirkcaldy petrol station raid

A man has appeared in court charged with the robbery of a Kirkcaldy petrol station. → Read More

Anger as thousands of cars reported abandoned on Fife's roads

Thousands of cars have been abandoned in Fife fuelling fears the region’s roads are becoming a junkyard. → Read More

Man documenting 70 years of Glenrothes life hopes to build community spirit

The man tasked with charting 70 years of Glenrothes history says he hopes his work will help build community spirit. → Read More

Fife MSP's call to halt plastic incinerators

Construction of large-scale incinerators that threaten the environment must be halted, a local politician has demanded. → Read More

Police appeal following M90 accident

Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious road traffic collision on the M90 on Saturday night. → Read More

Sudden death at Fife hotel prompts police response

Police descended on a Dunfermline hotel on Saturday evening following the sudden death of a person. → Read More

Union’s joy after U-turn saves Kirkcaldy laundry firm jobs

Dozens of Kirkcaldy jobs have been saved following a dramatic u-turn by a commercial laundry firm. → Read More

Police seal off Kirkcaldy petrol station following incident

Mystery surrounds a major police presence at a Kirkcaldy petrol station. → Read More

Appeal for witnesses following Dunfermline supermarket incident

Police are appealing for witnesses after receiving reports of suspicious behaviour within the toilets of a Dunfermline supermarket. → Read More

Jobs blow for Glenrothes as department store announces closure

Glenrothes town centre has been dealt a hammer blow with the news that one of its biggest stores is set to close. → Read More