Students from across the globe converged on St Andrews University for the second day of this summer’s graduation ceremonies. Around 1,900 graduates from 80 countries are receiving academic rewards in the university’s historic Younger Hall this week.
Plans for a new 80-bed care home at a former office block in Perth have been recommended for approval by council officers.
Funding to support one of Fife’s fastest growing rugby clubs will allow the outfit to kick on for generations to come, according to management.
Doctors in Rome have warned of possible health hazards caused by overflowing rubbish bins in city streets as the Italian capital struggles with a renewed waste emergency aggravated by the summer heat.
Shares in troubled womenswear retailer Bonmarche have plunged after it said it is backing a cut-price £5.7 million bid by billionaire Philip Day following further trading woes.
Mazda’s 3 is a mid-size hatchback that’s always managed to hold its own in a crowded field.
Temperatures are expected to climb as high as 31C (88F) this weekend as a heatwave spreading over parts of Europe makes itself felt in Britain.
North Korean and US officials are holding behind-the-scenes talks to set up a third summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un on the fate of the North’s expanding nuclear arsenal, according to South Korea’s president.
A friend of murdered Elie grandmother Valerie Richardson has spoken of the “rumours” that continue to circulate around the close-knit Fife community, a week on from the discovery of two bodies in a flat in the village.
Inverkeithing is celebrating a second massive heritage windfall.