Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has voiced her fear that a cash shortage will impact on Fife’s health and social care.
A study to determine support for pedestrianisation in St Andrews town centre found a majority were against the idea.
Emergency services dealt with an incident in Kirkcaldy on Monday evening.
Fife health bosses were challenged over the level of information exchanged with the public during a performance review.
Police are continuing their hunt for a rapist who attacked a woman at knifepoint in Methil after releasing a previous suspect.
Concerns are growing over a major housing development in a historic Fife village.
A German grandmother who taught generations of Fifers said a demand that she register to remain in the UK after Brexit reminded her of the Nazis listing Jews in her homeland before the Second World War.
Legal action has been taken after a swan was killed by a dog during a prolonged attack on a frozen St Andrews pond.
Tornado jets will be seen in the skies over Fife for the last time during their military service.
Toilet noise legal action hears of neighbour’s “unhealthy interest” in Fife Airbnb comings and goings
A legal dispute over the noise of a flushing toilet in an Airbnb flat heard its housekeeper claim she felt stalked by the downstairs neighbour.