Dunfermline's fireworks display has been cancelled due to high winds.
A veteran has brought three medals home to Fife from the Invictus Games in Sydney.
Courses are to be offered at Cupar’s secondary school by Fife College following its withdrawal from the town two years ago.
Residents battling against plans for a £23 million hotel and student accommodation in St Andrews are considering legal action.
Residents who are struggling to park near their homes around a Fife railway station are fighting for parking permits as tempers fray over a shortage of spaces.
Hopes are growing that bodies may soon be recovered from the New Zealand mine where two Scots were killed eight years ago.
A businessman who arranged the petrol bombing of two Glenrothes houses as children slept inside has had an appeal thrown out.
The permanent loss of the GP out-of-hours service at St Andrews Hospital will inevitably result in significant harm or deaths of patients, councillors were told yesterday.
Scrapping respite care regarded as a lifeline were considered as further cuts loom in Fife’s cash-strapped health and social care service.
‘We are doing nothing wrong’: Dancers stage counter-protest at demonstration against Fife strip club
Dancers staged a counter-protest during a demonstration against a strip club opening in Fife.