The UK Government’s controversial “bedroom tax” policy could be thrown into disarray following a decision by a top QC.
Fife is being used as a guinea pig for controversial plans to ignite subsea coal seams as a way to keep Britain’s lights on.
The regiment which will occupy the Leuchars airbase has returned “home” in triumphant fashion.
Fife Council will not contest landmark rulings exempting tenants from the controversial “bedroom tax”.
Students relying on their thumbs and the gift of the gab to travel more than 1000 miles across Europe have arrived at their destination in record time.
A 26-year-old man left a gaping six-inch hole in his girlfriend’s arm by cutting out a contraceptive implant with a knife.
A drink-driver who crashed into the back of a car with an 11-week-old baby inside was told the incident “could have been a funeral” instead of a court case.
A Dunfermline shopkeeper who bravely fought off a machete wielding robber now locks his door at night as he deals with the mental scars.
The skirl of the pipes heralded the opening of this year’s Cupar Highland Games on Saturday.
Five branches of the Bank of Scotland in Tayside and Fife are being axed as the banking group continues to pare down its network north of the border.