A Fife man who carried out a series of domestic abuse offences against women and stalked his victims has been jailed for 32 months.
Courier country parks are in the running to be named the UK’s favourite.
Police in Leven are appealing for information following the theft of a defibrillator.
Residents in a Kirkcaldy housing estate had a lucky escape in the early hours of Tuesday morning after a tree crashed on to the main road.
A Fife man who continues to climb mountains two years after doctors predicted he would die from cancer is to raise money on his wedding day to help others fighting the disease.
A sexual predator who drunkenly molested seven women in a campaign of domestic abuse spanning nearly 30 years faces spending most of the rest of his life in prison.
Campaigners fighting for former rail links throughout Fife to be restored have backed transport minister Humza Yousaf’s calls for “fair funding” for Scotland’s railways.
One of Scotland's most disadvantaged areas will be given a new "civic identity" when work to rebuild its shopping area is complete.
Thousands of homes across Fife and Tayside could soon be powered by the sun as a solar revolution in Scotland gathers pace.
A Ballingry mum is calling on Fife Council to change the way it supports youngsters with Type 1 diabetes amid fears young lives are in danger.
Rail services through Fife were plunged into chaos this morning after a train hit a tree on the line near Markinch.
Two people have been reported to the procurator fiscal in connection with public urination at Burntisland War Memorial last month. Police confirmed that a 47-year-old man and 38-year-old woman have been reported following an incident at the cenotaph at the bottom of Cromwell Road on Tuesday September 29.
Signs from a former railway station in Levenmouth that were long thought lost have been discovered in a garage in Wiltshire.
ScottishPower must fund the development of Kincardine waterfront, it has been claimed.
Fife is to undergo a £250,000 deep clean over the next six months.
An exhibition capturing the work and renewed optimism at shipyards on the Forth and Clyde has opened.
Big-hearted Courier readers have raised hundreds of pounds to help homeless man John Hunter and the furry “bairns” he simply won’t be parted from.
Lochgelly tot Ava Stark is looking forward to her first bubble bath as she reaches another milestone after her bone marrow transplant.
A former businessman who needs a heart transplant has been left homeless in St Andrews and faces a cold winter on the streets.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has been defeated in his bid to become the new rector of St Andrews University.