Work on compulsory purchase orders which will pave the way for two major Fife infrastructure projects is expected to begin within days, The Courier can reveal.
A Fife farmer has been accused of "environmental destruction" after he removed around six miles of drystone dykes from his fields.
The relationship between Scotland and Japan has been strengthened “at an auspicious time" with the presentation of an award to the Consul General of Japan.
A Fife woman has proved strength of mind is just as important as physical power as she flexed her way to becoming Scotland’s Strongest Woman for the second time.
BBC documentary: Jocky Wilson liked a drink but was ‘no alcoholic’, says former darts colleague Bobby George
The bittersweet rise and fall of cult the late-Scottish darts hero Jocky Wilson, from Kirkcaldy, is told in a BBC Scotland documentary Jocky Wilson Said. Michael Alexander reports.
A historic Fife abbey that dates back many centuries is about to be brought firmly into the 21st century, it has emerged.
Love it or hate it, there's no arguing that social media is here to stay.
Local residents say a 20-year project to restore a former Fife colliery will take too long.
Plans for a new hotel and student accommodation in the heart of St Andrews have been slammed as a “design development based on avarice”, according to a new study.
Fears have been raised that Dunfermline’s driving test centre will close for good this summer – leaving learner drivers in the lurch and driving schools out of pocket.