An appeal has been issued by police following an apparent spate of thefts from homes, businesses and vehicles in St Andrews.
The hastily-arranged nature of the 2017 general election appears to have caused some disruption at one Fife polling station.
Campaigners fighting for former rail links throughout Fife to be restored have backed transport minister Humza Yousaf’s calls for “fair funding” for Scotland’s railways.
A jury will today consider its verdict in the trial of a Fife man accused of murdering his own sister.
A simple plea for a “couple of swings” in a St Andrews park led to the opening of a brand new play area and sensory garden on Thursday.
A new purpose-built ambulance station has been officially opened in Dunfermline.
More should be done by councils to ensure school uniforms are affordable for all, it has been claimed, amid suggestions most local authority grants fall well short of what is needed.
Signs from a former railway station in Levenmouth that were long thought lost have been discovered in a garage in Wiltshire.
Activists fighting for the restoration of a rail link to St Andrews have accused Fife Council of double standards following the project’s omission from a key planning document.
A Fife pensioner who threatened to kill Prime Minister Theresa May and caused a number of bomb scares at high profile points across the country has been sentenced to 45 months behind bars.