A Kelty man made false statements about his tax and received almost £3,000 as a result.
A Fife woman has been recognised for leading a Sunday school for more than half a century.
The stark reality that Britain had entered the Second World War was played out in dramatic fashion across the skies of Fife, 80 years ago today.
A world-leading St Andrews University academic has been awarded a £100,000 research prize.
Battle of the River Forth 80th anniversary: How The Courier reported first Luftwaffe bombing raid of Second World War
Michael Alexander delves into The Courier archives to see how the first air raid of the Second World War over the Firth of Forth 80 years ago on October 16, 1939, was reported.
A museum which celebrates the birthplace of one of Fife's most famous sons has scooped a national award.
Police are investigating after a number of female Fife councillors were targeted by an anonymous caller who made sexual remarks.
Developers behind plans for new housing which would significantly increase the population of a Fife village have promised to listen to local residents at a drop-in session this afternoon.
A disabled Fife man with a life-limiting condition is fighting for the right to an independent life before it is too late.
The legacy of a Fife fire officer who died following a battle with blood cancer will live on with a new award bestowed in his name.