A Methil man accused of beating his pet dog to death broke down as he told how he found the animal’s lifeless body at the side of the road.
MSPs from all Holyrood’s parties rallied together to demand Fife health chiefs ditch plans to cut access to out-of-hour GPs.
The Foreign Office is investigating claims a Fife charity backed with UK Government cash used social media to attack Jeremy Corbyn.
Empty homes at a Courier Country army base should be made available to the wider public to help meet high demand, according to the area’s MSP.
The public will be given the chance to share their recollections of the policing of the miners’ strike.
“Less simply cannot provide more” – Union warns against catastrophic effect of education cuts in Fife
Proposed cuts to Fife’s education budget could have catastrophic consequences for schools, parents, pupils and teachers, it has been claimed.
Like a phoenix from the flames, a beloved Fife dinosaur statue which was thought to be beyond repair following a post-Christmas car crash is set to rise from the "dead" once more.
Fife Council has insisted there is no cause for alarm after wooden panels fell from a wall as pupils sat an exam at Madras College.
A Fife woman is facing jail after being caught behind the wheel while more than six times over the drink drive limit on two occasions.
The heartbroken friends of a young Fife woman are helping the hospital unit where she lost her fight for life.