A man accused of murdering a woman in a west Fife village is to return to prison after he was assessed at the state psychiatric hospital.
A Leven man has been convicted of injuring a 14-year-old boy by deliberately pushing him through a shop window.
Ambitious plans for a joint learning campus on the outskirts of Dunfermline have taken a step forward after councillors backed the move.
A new online resource celebrating an acclaimed Fife who TS Eliot called the best Scottish poet since Robert Burns, has been launched by the St Andrews University, thanks to an enthusiastic young Frenchman.
Assurances have been given that Fife is better prepared for any repeat of last year's severe weather amid concerns arrangements for snow clearance could see communities cut off.
Seal behaviour in the Antarctic will be studied by academics from the University of St Andrews to find out how fast a massive glacier is melting.
Fife Council is teaming up with the Scouts to help residents be prepared for changes to recycling collections.
A group of youths who hurled abuse at emergency services called to deal with a deliberate fire at a Fife primary school over the weekend have been widely condemned.
Futuristic robotic "exosuits" will be worn by workers on the Forth bridges to lessen the likelihood of injuries.
Ambitious plans to create a Tay Estuary cycle loop could become a reality as part of the Tay Cities Deal.