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      IT'S OFFICIAL! KINGHORN IS THE BUSIEST INSHORE LIFEBOAT IN SCOTLAND (22/02/2006) more...
        Figures just released by the RNLI confirm that Kinghorn is in fact the busiest Inshore lifeboat in Scotland.


      RNLI JOINT RESCUE MISSION (05/02/2006) more...
        Both Kinghorn and Anstruther RNLI lifeboats were called to rescue a stricken fishing vessel, near Lower Largo, in Largo Bay tonight. (05/02/06)


      NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS (30/01/2006) more...
        Despite having 5 callouts in December and another 3 in January, (which is one of our highest callout rates for the winter months)none of the shouts have been serious or newsworthy.


      SPOOKY WALK 2 -THE SEQUEL (24/10/2005) more...
        This weekend sees the return of the tremendously successful Spooky Walks starting off from the RNLI boathouse at Kinghorn.


      NO DAY OF REST FOR LIFEBOAT CREW (11/09/2005) more...
        The RNLI lifeboat at Kinghorn had yet another busy weekend of calls.


      THE REAL FORTH EMERGENCY SERVICE! (31/08/2005) more...
        Kinghorn's RNLI lifeboat was in action again today, three days after their last launch.


      NESSIE LOSES OUT! (28/08/2005) more...
        Andrea and her team have completed a triple crossing of Loch Ness in horrendous conditions, to enter the record books and without a scratch from Nessie!


      LIVE UPDATE ON ANDREA (28/08/2005) more...
        Attached jpg is a photo taken on a mobile phone of the attempt at 12.25pm (28/08/05)


      ANDREA'S RECORD ATTEMPT TURNS INTO BATTLE AGAINST THE ELEMENTS. (28/08/2005) more...
        Andrea Gellan the 48 year old, mother of three from Dunfermline, who as part of a team, is trying to complete three crossings of Loch ness have now managed to be the first persons ever to swim across the Loch and back and are now into their final leg.


      SIX PEOPLE INCLUDING A 7 YEAR OLD WITH CEREBRAL PALSY RESCUED BY KINGHORN LIFEBOAT (19/08/2005) more...
        Six people, including a 13 year old and a 7 year old boy with Cerebral Palsy, were rescued in the Forth by the RNLI lifeboat at Kinghorn this evening. (19/08/2005)


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