A Fife miner arrested and sacked during the 1984-85 strike hopes an independent review will finally help him clear his name.
A couple who claim their lives are being ruined by the noise of a toilet flushing in an Airbnb sent the flat’s new owner a long list of complaints, a court has heard.
The value of the taxpayers' stake in Fife's BiFab yards has plummeted by more than two thirds, it has emerged.
Two police officers linked to the death in custody of Kirkcaldy man Sheku Bayoh are being allowed to retire early.
Fifers have handed over hundreds of pounds worth of toiletries to help people living in poverty.
Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess will headline the music line-up for this year's Outwith Festival.
An "unusually high" level of bin lorry breakdowns has hit around 1,500 rural homes and businesses across Fife.
A fertility doll made from elephant dung and decorated with toxic abrus seeds will benefit from significant funding for Scotland's museums this year.
NHS Fife chairwoman Tricia Marwick has said she was "miffed" to see overspending health boards being bailed out by the Scottish Government last year.
One of Fife's newest high schools is celebrating after winning its first national football trophy.