Cash-strapped councils in Courier Country have racked up a £1.1m road crash bill over the past two years.
Local councils have refused to rule out further school bans on a toy craze gripping children across the country.
The snap general election may be dominating the headlines, but Scotland goes to the polls this week in another important vote.
Two clocks which were unearthed as part of a televised hunt for relatives of a Fife man who died without a will are to go under the hammer.
The dangerous driving of van driver who was under the influence of drugs resulted in numerous calls to the police.
A Fife pensioner is to stand trial accused of sexually assaulting girls as young as six.
More than 30 Tayside and Fife council workers earned more than £100,000 last year, according to a “rich list” of top local authority earners.
Road bridges across Perth and Kinross and Fife have been branded “substandard” with concerns raised over how long they can remain in use without major investment.
Theresa May has dropped as huge hint her government will sign off the Tay Cities deal, securing millions of pounds to transform the local area.
Plans to merge part of Fife with Perthshire and strip the Kingdom of an MP have been branded senseless by local voters.