Fife teenagers will pay tribute to a victim of the Manchester bombing as they embark on a challenge to walk and camp on seven islands in four days.
Walkers have been urged to avoid a toxic weed which can cause severe burns and is thriving around Fife.
Rail services have been thrown into chaos after a person was hit by a train in Edinburgh.
Long-awaited work to upgrade Madras College is to be carried out in the summer, including alterations to toilets regarded a security risk and replacement of open plan showers.
Animal lovers have been urged to play their part in building what has been dubbed the best little zoo in Scotland.
The SNP’s Douglas Chapman held on to his Dunfermline and West Fife seat, but with a far closer battle than anticipated.
Part of Kirkcaldy’s new coastal defence is to be rebuilt — just three years after the £9 million project was completed.
A scene from the classic Chariots of Fire film was recreated when more than 600 runners took part in a St Andrews charity run at the weekend.
The sun shone as Fife’s first Highland games of 2017 brought the skirl of pipes and the beating of drums.
Cygnets it was feared would perish after their father was trapped in fishing line have been photographed swimming with their mother.