Fife College says it will aim to provide a “one stop shop” for a Spanish train manufacturer and its supply chain before a proposed move to Longannet.
Members of the all-weather lifeboat crew from Anstruther were called to deal with a fishing vessel which had got into difficulty on Monday evening.
Reckless vandals who have been tearing up a Fife football pitch by using it as a race track are placing young lives at risk and could force a local club to relocate altogether.
While one could be forgiven for being caught up in the Brexit omnishambles, the hard working man on the street can be forgotten.
Police in Fife are appealing for information after an elderly man was assaulted in Crossgates.
Thousands of students could be forced to give up their studies due to the devastating effects of Universal Credit, it has been claimed.
The number of parking tickets slapped on Fife vehicles has soared over the past five years, The Courier can reveal.
A pilot project which will look at town centre car parking, transport links, future travel methods and the quality of the environment is to be trialled in Kirkcaldy.
A call for change has been issued after new figures suggested schools source less than a fifth of their food from Scotland.
A series of events to mark 100 years since the death of Fife-born business magnate and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie is to begin later this month.