MP Douglas Chapman has ramped up his campaign for better parking in the heart of Dunfermline.
Two firefighters who served the Fife community for three decades each have gone off duty for the last time.
Fife College staff have been introduced to the project team working on its new Dunfermline campus.
Backers of a proposal to lure Fife College into Dunfermline town centre have made an eleventh hour plea.
Fife Council is looking at its own practices in the wake of the Glasgow bin lorry tragedy.
Fife Council has renewed calls for the Scottish Government to pay £9 million to fund the economy recovery plan created by the Longannet task force.
For 44 years Christian Aid Scotland supporters have raised thousands of pounds through their annual sponsored walk across the Forth Road Bridge. They will gather this Saturday from 2 to 5pm to carry out the walk where they will be joined by the new head of Christian Aid Scotland, Sally Foster-Fulton.
More than 200 jobs could be in the pipeline for Fifers.
A Fife student who died when her car plunged into a Highland river had taken the vehicle to have its brakes checked just that morning, it has emerged.