When Gavin McColl was studying medicine at St Andrews University, he never imagined his first years of practice would include teaching his patients the pain they were suffering hadn't been caused by witchcraft.
A charity worker plans to run between two of Scotland’s most iconic landmarks on the feast day of St Margaret to help rebuild lives in war-torn Iraq.
Drinks giant Diageo has hinted jobs at its Fife packaging plant are safe for the foreseeable future amid fears about the impact new US tariffs will have on the industry.
Ice monitors are to be installed on the Queensferry Crossing's cables in a bid to prevent build-up which can fall on vehicles travelling below.
Fife is on the cusp of becoming a world leader of a green energy revolution, The Courier understands.
Rail campaigners believe the proposed train factory at Longannet should fast-track the electrification of the Fife rail network.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker David Mackenzie has revealed how his Highland Perthshire roots proved key to his portrayal of Robert the Bruce in the historical epic Outlaw King.
A housing proposal could derail community-led plans to breathe new life into the fire-ravaged former Inverkeithing Primary School.
Hopes have been raised hundreds of jobs could be created in Fife after the Ministry of Defence (MoD) suspended its £1 billion international tender for three new Royal Navy support ships.
A state-of-the-art fully electric gritter will be trialled by the Forth Bridges Unit, carrying out winter patrols on the two crossings this winter.