A Dunfermline campaigner has called on Scotland to follow Norway’s lead by insisting judges register membership of the Freemasons.
Willie Rennie MSP, leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats, has called on the Scottish Government to introduce a new code of practice to govern the use of CCTV after new figures revealed the number of cameras in use across Scotland has trebled in the last decade.
Scotland’s Lord Advocate will be quizzed by MSPs over a proposal to hold inquests into every suspicious death and suicide after intervention by a Fife family.
A top banker has been chosen as the new chief executive of the R&A.
Serious concerns have been raised about the cleanliness of Fife’s major A&E department.
Councillors have asked for assurances Fife College will continue to have a presence at Elmwood campus.
NHS Fife has apologised to a woman for failing to spot an abnormality in her leg.
Fife’s A&E is being besieged by hundreds of people turning up for routine check-ups or with minor ailments every month.
A Fife man started to read what he thought were his own medical notes only to discover they actually belonged to a patient in a neighbouring hospital bed.
One of the largest collections of Scottish furniture, arms and armour to come to sale in recent years will be put up for auction on Wednesday.