A Fife school teacher has sent hundreds of tiny boats all over the world – all in order to teach her pupils about kindness.
A woman was left badly shaken after being the victim of a handbag snatch in a Kirkcaldy street on Sunday morning, police have revealed.
Fife Council collected more than 100,000 tonnes of recycling last year - more than any other Scottish local authority.
A jury will today consider its verdict in the trial of a Fife man accused of murdering his own sister.
Fife householders are to receive fewer food waste bags throughout the year to help cut costs, it has emerged.
Fifers have been urged to recycle responsibly amid suggestions almost £2 million of taxpayers money was “thrown away” last year due to misuse of bins.
While the weather put paid to the Highland Games planned in Cupar and on Kirkcaldy beach over the weekend, there were still plenty of events to keep Fifers occupied.
A trial which could eventually see plastic bags ditched in favour of compostable carriers has been launched in a Fife village.
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.”
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.