A disabled 72-year-old Fife man has been jailed for a £66,000 benefits fraud in which he failed to declare his RAF pension.
A young man’s hopes of starting a new life in Scotland came to a violent end at his 22nd birthday party, Dunfermline Sheriff Court heard.
Shortcomings in new rules which aim to make school transport safer have sparked fears over the safety of thousands of pupils in Fife.
Staff and pupils at Waid Academy in Anstruther threw their weight behind The Courier’s ‘Can It’ campaign earlier this year and pledged on Wednesday to keep backing the initiative in the weeks ahead.
A rescue mission to save a whale which washed up on a beach near Monifieth has turned into a recovery operation after the animal was found dead.
Activists in Fife fighting the controversial 'bedroom tax' are claiming victory after Fife Council confirmed it will no longer pursue tenants with a “static balance” of arrears.
A trial which could eventually see plastic bags ditched in favour of compostable carriers has been launched in a Fife village.
An innovative new project in Fife is putting previously seized counterfeit clothing and footwear to good use.
Fife councillors have rubber-stamped budget proposals which will see council tax rise by 3% from April.
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.”