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A year's worth of rubbish from a Fife beach will come into focus in a photography exhibition exposing the scourge of plastic pollution.
Scores of Fife play parks are set to disappear over the next decade as part of a proposed new strategy, it has emerged.
A mother grieving for her twin babies was horrified to find their grave trashed by council staff.
A St Andrews charity’s “meeting of minds” will bring world leading cancer researchers to Scotland on Thursday.
Fife colleagues of a cancer stricken groom braved the shave so he could jet off on the honeymoon of his dreams.
The second Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carrier to be constructed at Rosyth is on track for delivery as planned in around a year’s time - although question marks have been raised over whether it will come in on budget.
The HMS Prince of Wales project has been described as "absolutely pivotal" to the future of Rosyth as it seeks to secure further work beyond the current Royal Navy aircraft carriers contract.
The mother of missing Scots gunner Corrie McKeague believes her son was spotted on CCTV leaving the area of the town where he vanished.
Parents in Fife who suffer the tragedy of losing a child no longer face the added burden of burial or cremation fees.
A Leven man has been jailed for 10 years after sexually abusing young children over a 33 year period.
The Scottish SPCA have welcomed a 10-year ban given to a former Methil woman who badly neglected three dogs in her care.
True grit shown by Fife’s communities has forced the council to reinstate missing grit bins.
The Scottish SPCA have welcomed the lifetime ban given to a Fife man who was convicted of “appalling” animal neglect.
Fife Council faces a row over the felling of trees at the site of its new children’s home in Kirkcaldy.
Fife libraries are owed a whopping £160,764 in fines, including one penalty for a book taken out more than 24 years ago.
St Andrews University is spearheading plans for Scotland’s £15.8 million artificial intelligence health research centre, which promises to innovate and transform healthcare.
An investigation has been launched after two girls were injured by a stray firework at an organised display in Glenrothes.
Fireworks lit up the sky above Tayside and Fife as the region celebrated bonfire night on Monday. Thousands of locals flocked to displays in Dundee, Perth and Burntisland. Photos by Steven Brown, Gareth Jennings, Paul Reid and Kenny Smith. For more, click here.
Fireworks and flames lit up the night sky above Tayside and Fife as the region celebrated Guy Fawkes Night.