Futuristic robotic "exosuits" will be worn by workers on the Forth bridges to lessen the likelihood of injuries.
Ambitious plans to create a Tay Estuary cycle loop could become a reality as part of the Tay Cities Deal.
Beaches in Fife which have been blighted by an oil spill in recent days will remain closed over the weekend as work to identify the source continued.
Campaigners are calling for better bus services between communities at the Tay Bridgehead and St Andrews.
Fife Council is proposing a new licensing fee structure for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs).
Fife bus users are being hit by the impact of budget cuts, it has been claimed.
A father and son have been found guilty of a violent disturbance outside a pub in Cardenden.
A £90 million “super campus” serving Dunfermline and west Fife could revolutionise the way secondary, higher and further education is provided.
Staff at a closure-threatened Fife training organisation which has spent almost four decades providing vital services for unemployed people have made an impassioned plea to keep it open.
Two Fife beaches are likely to remain closed to the public for the foreseeable future as investigations into an oil spill in the Forth continue.