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Jobs at shipyards including Rosyth could be lost if a £1 billion Royal Navy contract goes overseas, union leaders have warned.
A mini-heatwave might mean Scotland is hotter than Australia on Thursday.
St Andrews academics behind a revolutionary diagnostic tool which could save the sight of millions are to give a TED-style talk.
A former Dutch police worker has been convicted after fraudulently claiming £16,000 in benefits.
If you are looking to move up the corporate ladder – or even make a career change – a professional development qualification is a great way to learn new business skills.
The Firth of Forth became holy water as a lifeboat volunteer had her children christened on board the boat.
Vandals have smashed up a garden belonging to a Rosyth nursery following a spate of anti-social behaviour.
The R&A and St Andrews Links Trust have defended a controversial decision to rename the world's oldest golf shop.
Fife Council has refuted claims no new council homes are in the pipeline for Cowdenbeath.
A housing developer has infuriated residents and businesses by failing to re-open a main route between Burntisland and Kinghorn.