St Andrews University Students' Association has refused to officially recognise an appreciation society for Tennent's lager, regardless of a "petition" from students to reinstate the drink at its union bar.
After the sell-out success of its 2016 debut, Dunfermline Comic Con is set to return this March, promising "more guests, more vendors, more artists and more attractions."
Cellardyke resident and Domino records folk maverick James Yorkston has announced the next season of his ongoing Tae Sup Wi' A Fifer gig series.
The Courier caught up with the rising Scottish director to talk about his new sci-fi thriller, influencing Peaky Blinders and how he’ll recreate Superman’s home world.
In what has now become an annual tradition, The Brothers Fife have resurfaced with their latest video for 'Christmas (I'm a Fan)'.
Resurgent indie rock pioneers The Wedding Present have announced plans to play an intimate set in a Leslie pub this May.
Film, TV and sports stars flocked to The Home of Golf in an effort to squeeze in a practice game ahead of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship this week.
The Scottish SPCA wish to find a young girl who mailed a care package for one of the dogs currently in their care to its Dunfermline headquarters.
Fife Flyers forward and noted canine fanatic Chase Schaber dropped in to Thornton's long-running dog kennels, Second Chance, to spread some festive cheer.
The first edition of what is hoped will become an annual fixture on the festival calendar is set to take place at Fife Airport, situated on the outskirts of Glenrothes on Sunday April 30.