A popular Fife park’s loch is back in business after it was declared off limits following a contamination scare a fortnight ago.
A section of the Fife Coastal Path has been closed after recent heavy rainfall caused the ground to be unstable.
Lawyers acting for a man accused of murdering a woman in a west Fife village last year have lodged a special defence of diminished responsibility.
Having followed BiFab’s struggles in recent months, and seen the passion of all those involved in the Ready for Renewal campaign calling for the delivery of good quality renewables jobs in Fife, the fact that French company EDF is apparently sending most of the work for constructing the jackets for the £2bn Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) windfarm overseas becomes all the more nonsensical.
Kirkcaldy’s famous son Adam Smith would look at plans to improve the town centre with “contempt”, according to Conservative councillors.
Scotland’s newest water top-up tap has been unveiled by the band whose music is the soundtrack to the campaign to encourage people to stay hydrated on the move.
A Glenrothes man researching his family tree has produced a new radio documentary after discovering one of relatives was a cold-blooded killer.
When someone who is constantly labelled a reality TV or Instagram star - or even worse still a “social media influencer” - says something, it’s fair to say it can be taken with a pinch of salt more often than not.
The brother of a Fife terror suspect has failed to appear in court for threatening a man whose attack on a woman months later led to the deaths of her unborn twins.
Noise complaints will force the closure of an important Fife community resource for around six months, it has emerged.