Lawyers acting for a man accused of murdering a woman in a west Fife village last year have lodged a special defence of diminished responsibility.
Around 30,000 households in parts of east Fife are to see their bins day change for the first time in years.
A much-loved piece of town art has been returned to its prominent place on a roundabout – almost three months after the damaged dinosaur was almost declared extinct.
Changes to bin collection routes in north east Fife have caused chaos and confusion, it has been claimed.
A Fife shopkeeper has told how a draughty front door may have helped save his life during a terrifying armed robbery.
Noise complaints will force the closure of an important Fife community resource for around six months, it has emerged.
Like a phoenix from the flames, a beloved Fife dinosaur statue which was thought to be beyond repair following a post-Christmas car crash is set to rise from the "dead" once more.
Volunteers at foodbanks across north east Fife say demand on their services is reaching crisis point following a hectic festive season.
Scotland’s newest water top-up tap has been unveiled by the band whose music is the soundtrack to the campaign to encourage people to stay hydrated on the move.
A man accused of murdering a woman in a west Fife village is to return to prison after he was assessed at the state psychiatric hospital.