A Dunfermline support worker has been struck off after convictions for indecent child image offences came to light.
Fife sheriff says it might be wise to change insurers after firm’s speeding-ticket bid to avoid liability
A Fife sheriff said yesterday people might consider changing their insurance company – after hearing a leading UK firm was seeking to avoid liability following a three-car crash because its client had failed to declare a single speeding ticket.
A Fife village has united in memory of the 35 men who lost their lives in one of Scotland’s worst ever mining disasters.
FEATURE: Getting under the skin of Fife actor Michael Moreland’s latest monstrous role as Frankenstein
Michael Alexander speaks to Fife-raised Frankenstein actor Michael Moreland about his monstrous role now touring the UK.
A Fife man has been banned from attending any football match in Scotland for a year.
Campaigners alarmed at plans to push ahead with controversial changes to St Andrews out-of-hours GP services have called for an external review of the proposal.
Applications are now being taken for Strictly Come Prancing Fife at Dunfermline’s Glen Pavilion on March 27.
A murder suspect who has admitted battering a woman to death with a claw hammer and leaving her lying in a pool of her own blood said: “I’m no monster like folk make out”.
Visitors to Dunfermline over the coming months have been promised two new car parking initiatives that will save them cash – just in time for Christmas.
A former police officer is behind bars after bombarding his former partner with threatening messages.