A Dunfermline man who humiliated a female by pulling up her dress on a dance floor has been ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work.
The fight for votes in the UK’s most marginal seat appears to have turned ugly after a police complaint was made about SNP activists handing out mince pies in North East Fife.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has called for the operators of a Fife chemical plant to rule out flaring for the duration of the Christmas and New Year period.
As the decade draws to a close, Fifers will once again be asked to make the trip to their nearest polling station in four days time to cast their votes in the general election.
Fife man who assaulted woman has paid ‘not a penny piece’ of fine from almost two years ago, court hears
A man who assaulted a woman and was fined and ordered to pay compensation almost two years ago has paid “not a penny piece”, a court has heard.
A former Fife cabbie who was denied a new taxi licence after being convicted of running down a two-year-old girl is appealing the decision through the courts.
A Lochore man became involved in a disturbance after an egg was thrown at him as he walked along Dunfermline High Street.
A Fife charity which supports those most in need through its annual Christmas appeal fears more people than ever are struggling to make ends meet this festive season.
Slovakian student, 19, may have to drop out of ‘dream’ St Andrews course after university’s £6k accommodation bill
A St Andrews University student who came to Fife from Slovakia to follow her dreams fears she will have to drop out because the costs of accommodation are too high.
A Fife hotel which has featured in the hit US drama series Outlander has been sold for an undisclosed sum.