Toxic chemicals linked to cancer and banned in the 1980s are still having an impact on marine life according to a St Andrews University-led study.
An exotic game bird, extinct in the wild in the UK, has gone on the run in Fife.
‘Very few people will have done so much to help so many’ – Tributes to former Fife councillor Willie Clarke
Tributes have been paid to former Fife councillor Willie Clarke who has died at the age of 84.
Fife councillors will eat school dinners as part of efforts to improve the standard of meals served to pupils.
A man who admitted carrying a seven-inch bread knife in a Kirkcaldy street has been jailed.
Fife to bring in £3.9m electronic prescribing regime after study says 99% of written slips have errors
A £3.9 million electronic prescribing system is to be introduced at Fife hospitals after a study suggested 99% of written prescription slips contained errors.
A man who went on a dangerous driving rampage through the streets of Kirkcaldy has been jailed.
Hopes were raised that the Scottish Government had changed its position on an independent inquiry into the impact of flaring at Mossmorran chemical plant in Fife.
A Dunfermline man who sent naked photos of himself to young girls has been ordered to carry out unpaid work.
Darts fans are in for an exciting start to the year as Kirkcaldy celebrates sporting legend Jocky Wilson.