A Fife stalwart of the North Sea oil and gas industry who championed offshore safety around the world will be remembered for his “love of life, his quick laughter and his mean swing on the golf course”.
Carrie Lindsay has been appointed Fife Council’s executive director of education.
Two men have admitted the theft of goods with a total value of over £10,000 from Amazon’s giant warehouse in Dunfermline.
A Dunfermline man has appeared at the town’s sheriff court accused of drug dealing.
Fundraising is under way to help provide a new patient transfer service for people receiving kidney dialysis in Fife.
A north-east Fife road with 94 recorded accidents in four years is to be upgraded to the tune of £49,000.
Wind turbines are blowing cash towards local communities.
A woman who bit a fellow T in the Park reveller on the finger, leading to permanent disfigurement, will have to pay her victim £960 in compensation.
A crime gang have been jailed for a total of 47 years after planning to rob a jewellers at the Old Course using scooters for a getaway.
A flasher who spoiled a family’s night out in Dunfermline with his drunken antics has been hit with a £1500 penalty.