A jury will today consider its verdict in the trial of a Fife man accused of murdering his own sister.
St Andrews murder trial: Accused told policeman to “give up” trying to save sister’s life, court told
A court has heard a Fife man accused of raping and murdering his sister told a police officer trying to save her life: “She’s already dead, you might as well give up.”
A Fife man has been found guilty of murdering his sister in her own home.
Glenrothes business owners are setting their phasers to “stun” in anticipating of a bumper weekend of trading.
I like a moan with the best of them but I have had more cause to chuckle at the stuff people have decided to get on their soapbox about over the last week in relation to the opening of the Queensferry Crossing.
A trial which could eventually see plastic bags ditched in favour of compostable carriers has been launched in a Fife village.
A unique archive of instruments, awards and personal artefacts belonging to one of Fife’s most famous sons is expected to attract worldwide interest when it goes under the hammer this week.
An independent probe into the police’s initial response prior to the brutal murder of a St Andrews woman could yet bring about further action from the Crown Office, The Courier understands.
An innovative new project in Fife is putting previously seized counterfeit clothing and footwear to good use.
Police in Tayside and Fife have reopened five cold cases spanning almost five decades in a new bid to shed new light on the identities of victims.