First Minister Nicola Sturgeon flew home from Germany to continue the battle for BiFab.
Politicians have been urged to stop the “relentless negative narrative” around education amid claims it is putting people off entering the teaching profession.
A St Andrews serviceman killed during the Cyprus Emergency in the 1950s has been remembered with honour by Scottish troops.
Councillors claim they are being kept in the dark about sex offenders housed in their communities.
A Fife man is ploughing his energy into raising vital funds for motor neurone disease research after his wife died of the illness.
Buses have been forced to re-route due to selfish parking in a Fife housing estate.
A rare horse from a Perthshire stables has made a Japanese jockey's dreams come true.
The centenary of one of the First World War’s most horrific battles was marked at a poignant ceremony in Dundee on Saturday.
Callous thieves have targeted the home of a woman killed in a Fife road accident.
Basic sanitary products could soon be provided free of charge in community centres as part of Fife efforts to tackle period poverty.