A hotel and restaurant in the heart of Fife at the centre of a dispute over wages has been ordered to pay a number of staff what they are entitled to.
An ambitious plan for a new train factory on the site of Scotland’s last coal-fired power station is expected to take a major step forward in the coming weeks.
Days before school pupils and others took to the streets to take part in a global day of action against climate change, someone, somewhere thought it wise to take a decision which will inevitably be counter-productive.
A Inverkeithing man has been jailed after turning a house into a cannabis farm.
A £90 million “super campus” serving Dunfermline and west Fife could revolutionise the way secondary, higher and further education is provided.
Fed up community councils across north east Fife have demanded the retention of the full out-of-hours service at St Andrews Community Hospital.
The UK Government has been accused of treating Scottish dockyard workers with contempt after rumours resurfaced that a multi-billion pound aircraft carrier being built at Rosyth will be sold or mothballed.
Action, not talk, is needed to tackle the growing problem of plastic pollution on beaches.
Two people have appeared at the High Court in Glasgow charged with the murder of a woman in a west Fife village last year.
A train guard was assaulted on board a train at Inverkeithing after a group of passengers threw a container of alcohol at him.