A former worker at a Dunfermline electronics store has appeared in court for a fraud in which he took more than £2,000 worth of gift cards and spent them.
Members of a Fife-based family-friendly Facebook group dedicated to the art of rock painting were shocked to see a would-be drug dealer infiltrate the popular page.
Dunfermline’s Outwith Festival was a boon for the economy this year, attracting more than 9,000 attendees and an overall spend double that of the previous year.
"You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain."
Students at St Andrews University have been warned not to take the traditional Raisin Weekend celebrations too far or risk facing serious consequences.
Two former police stations in Fife look set to be sold off over the coming months as part of Police Scotland’s new estates strategy.
A National Crime Agency chief fears more criminals could try to have ready-made weapons posted to them from overseas after a Kirkcaldy case came to light this week.
A Fife social worker placed around a dozen people – at least three of them children – at risk of significant harm by failing to carry out home visits on convicted criminals over a two-year period.
A fire has swept through a caravan at Pettycur Bay Holiday Park near Kinghorn.
A window cleaner was targeted for racial abuse and then challenged to fight as he worked in Buckhaven, a court has heard.