A Fife councillor who was suspended for making inappropriate remarks to a taxi driver seeking to renew his licence has had an appeal against his sanction rejected.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for a “green industrial revolution” during a cross-party rally demanding the delivery of high quality jobs in Fife’s renewables sector.
A Leven hairdresser who hit headlines last year by offering free haircuts to children whose families are in poverty is doing the same again this year.
A group of police officers who saved the life of a heavily-pregnant woman after she was stabbed in the neck by her violent partner have won bravery awards.
Lawyers acting for a man accused of murdering a woman in a west Fife village last year have lodged a special defence of diminished responsibility.
A Fife man who vowed to petrol bomb his ex-partner’s car and threatened maternity ward staff just hours after the birth of his son has been jailed for almost a year.
A Glenrothes man researching his family tree has produced a new radio documentary after discovering one of relatives was a cold-blooded killer.
Noise complaints will force the closure of an important Fife community resource for around six months, it has emerged.
The brother of a Fife terror suspect has failed to appear in court for threatening a man whose attack on a woman months later led to the deaths of her unborn twins.
Around 30,000 households in parts of east Fife are to see their bins day change for the first time in years.