Fears over Brexit are not solely to blame for a seasonal worker shortage which threatens to cause farms throughout Tayside and Fife no end of problems, it has been claimed.
Thousands of pounds worth of research grants have been awarded to academics at St Andrews University by a major national funding body.
Four of Scotland’s busiest roads – the A9, A92, A95 and A96 - are set to benefit from a programme of improvement works which start on Friday July 27.
A woman was punched and knocked to the road by another female in a disturbance outside a pub in Dunfermline.
Police say they have found a stash of imitation firearms which were stolen from a property in North East Fife earlier this year.
Police are probing fresh allegations that a man who repeatedly trolled the family of missing Fifer Allan Bryant Jnr has targeted his victims yet again – just a matter of days after being freed from jail on appeal.
Safety at a Fife army base could be compromised and jobs put at risk by the UK Government privatising military fire and rescue services, it has been claimed.
Excuses such as "my dog ate it" never quite cut the mustard when it came to homework.
A struggle over a mobile phone resulted in a Fife woman being assaulted by her husband and falling down the stairs.
Plans to extend Kirkcaldy police station will pave the way for the closure of the town’s sheriff court and the creation of a new justice centre.