The man who created Mossmorran’s wildlife pond more than 30 years ago has expressed dismay at controversy over school visits.
A charity which brings children affected by Chernobyl to Fife hopes the impact of the recent hit television series will boost support for its work.
A thief high on diazepam stole a charity collection tin and stock worth £3,500 from a Kirkcaldy High Street store.
A young Polish woman arrested when pepper spray was found in her handbag claimed she was unaware it is illegal in Scotland.
A man rubbed broken eggs into the face of his insulin-dependent girlfriend when she said she needed to eat after taking her medication.
Fife’s top police officer said the force has held up its hands and admitted it got wrong its initial implementation of stop and search.
A former Royal Marine who turned to drugs when his life took a turn for the worse attacked a fellow drug user with a metal pole.
A neuroscientist from Fife who knows she will eventually develop Huntington’s disease has been made an MBE for helping others affected.
Industrial action could be taken by pharmacy support workers at NHS Tayside.
Two men were captured on camera in a Kirkcaldy shopping arcade tearing down Pride flags that were later found burned.