There was more than a smidgeon of irony last week when the BBC confirmed its decision to axe free TV licences for the over 75s – just a matter of days after its programming lauded the older generation for their efforts during the Second World War.
Visitors to a national nature reserve in Fife will be able to take in the region’s spectacular wildlife in comfort and style thanks to the opening of a new education and visitor pavilion.
A Fife man who vowed to petrol bomb his ex-partner’s car and threatened maternity ward staff just hours after the birth of his son has been jailed for almost a year.
More than 43,000 previously-exempt pensioners in Tayside and Fife will have to pay for a TV licence next year, according to new figures.
A young Fife woman’s flair for making coffee has seen her set her sights on becoming World Barista of the Year.
Noise complaints will force the closure of an important Fife community resource for around six months, it has emerged.
A Fife man was attacked and robbed in his own home at knifepoint by a drug user.
A two-vehicle collision in Dunfermline has caused some significant traffic disruption in and around the area.
An appeal for a lost Fife school mascot which went viral on social media has attracted two new furry friends to the classroom.
Every school in Fife is to be “poverty proofed” in a bid to ease pressure on hard-pressed children and families.