A Rosyth man, who twice bit his former partner during months of domestic abuse, has been sentenced.
VIDEO: Family ‘totally betrayed’ as no police officers face prosecution in relation to Sheku Bayoh’s death
No police officers will face prosecution in relation to the death of Fife man Sheku Bayoh.
The owner of a public house has been banned from playing amplified music until further notice after noise complaints from local residents.
Fife rail passengers have been assured station toilets remain open despite reports of shortages of supplies, including loo roll.
The family of Sheku Bayoh will on Monday learn whether police involved in his death will face prosecution.
Fife teachers are facing three incidents of violent or threatening behaviour in schools every day, new figures have revealed.
Fifers are being urged not to use social media to "out" suspected sex offenders amid concerns the practice is heaping strain on resources.
A £10m boost to help maximise economic regeneration in Fife as part of the re-opening of the Levenmouth Rail Link has been given the green light.
Youngsters from a Fife town have made a mercy mission to help homeless people living on the streets of Edinburgh.
The Liberal Democrat leader claimed a second independence vote would add to the chaos of Brexit as she brought her party’s campaign to Fife.