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 drunken thug carried out vicious separate attacks on his elderly aunt and mother because they would not give him more money for alcohol.
A Limekilns woman has been found guilty of driving a car when she was almost five times over the limit.
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.
A new tenant has been secured for a prominent site in St Andrews’ Market Street.
Teenage tearways have been allowed to run riot in a normally quiet Fife village and locals say they have had enough.
A Fife MSP has expressed fears it could take “a generation” before all rail stations on the Fife Circle are fully accessible.