Tourism bosses are holding auditions for The Voice of Dunfermline on Thursday.
A bill to speed up the dismantling of redundant nuclear submarines, including vessels at Rosyth, is being introduced through parliament.
New medical advances by an international team of scientists led by St Andrews University, could revolutionise the ability to treat undetected tuberculosis.
An ancient church has been given a share of £429,211 from the National Churches Trust.
Taxpayers are paying £30 million a year to keep Britain’s fleet of ageing nuclear submarines in storage.
Scotland’s first hub for modern entrepreneurs has opened in the cultural centre bearing steel magnate Andrew Carnegie’s name.
Fife Housing Group is helping ensure every young Fifer has a cosy coat to keep out the chills this winter.
Fife College creative students have taken part in a unique competition to raise awareness of climate change in the Levenmouth area and the river Leven, in particular.
A St Andrews charity’s “meeting of minds” will bring world leading cancer researchers to Scotland on Thursday.
Police are appealing for witnesses following an "unexplained" fire at Inverkeithing's former primary school.