A sprawling derelict colliery site in west Fife is one step closer to being restored after planning permission was approved for a recycling facility.
A nursery worker was sacked by Fife Council for raising child welfare concerns, a tribunal has ruled.
A teenage schoolboy from Fife, who dreams of becoming a chef despite being badly burned in an exploding kettle accident, has been getting a helping hand from a professional.
A Fife running group which encourages all ages and abilities to don their trainers has gleaned a top award.
A leading international human rights expert from St Andrews University and a former rector have received their OBE awards from Prince William at an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown turned his ire on the Tories and SNP at a rally in Fife on Saturday morning – suggesting their “divisive nationalisms” would do the country no good whatsoever.
A generous community has raised £15,000 in just three months after a devastating blaze ripped through Woodmill High School in Dunfermline.
Repairs have been carried out overnight on a sinkhole which appeared underneath a Fife railway track.
More cash is to be set aside to help council tenants in Fife to downsize and free up larger properties for those in need.
Edinburgh's iconic Jenners department store could leave its Princes Street home after more than 180 years.