A fire which resulted in 1,500 pupils being evacuated from a Fife school is believed to have been started deliberately.
Angus Council is preparing for flooding along the county's coastline.
Iran crisis: Donald Trump trying to be a ‘tough guy’ ahead of US elections, claims St Andrews University expert
The decision of US President Donald Trump to authorise the assassination of Iranian Major General Soleimani in Baghdad last week was likely motivated by a determination to “unravel” former US President Barack Obama’s legacy and to appear like a “tough guy” ahead of this year’s American presidential elections, a Fife-based expert has claimed.
Retail in Fife has been dealt another blow with the confirmation clothing store H&M will close its Dunfermline store next week.
A fertility doll made from elephant dung and decorated with toxic abrus seeds will benefit from significant funding for Scotland's museums this year.
Members of a Fife family hoping to learn the truth about how their loved one died have been back in court to hear new dates fixed for a fatal accident inquiry.
As the sun filters through the trees, dappling the ground the woods in Eastern Poland are silent.
A man has been taken to hospital "as a precaution" after being rescued from water near St Andrews.
It is business as usual for Glenrothes town centre, despite the imminent demolition of a prominent office block in the town, Fife Council has insisted.
People have been warned to avoid the far end of West Sands beach while works are conducted.