Bomb disposal experts have been called to St Andrews to deal with an unexploded bomb.
Fife's first ever Pride event to celebrate diversity in the region is being planned for next year.
NHS Fife chiefs have admitted they are not confident of meeting this year's financial challenge, despite outlining a range of cuts and service changes.
Fife Council and Scottish Enterprise remain in daily contact with BiFab as the company prepares to enter 2018 with its long-term fate still far from certain.
Legal action is being taken against landowners responsible for a sickening stench over large swathes of west Fife at the weekend.
Children's lives could be in danger from a Fife sinkhole left abandoned for more than 10 years, it has been claimed.
More than 200 Fife-based soldiers have been presented with campaign medals to mark their successful contribution to UN peacekeeping efforts in Cyprus.
Fife Council has rejected calls for an independent review of the Madras College saga, insisting it would be a waste of time and effort.
Cafe owners are threatening legal action against Fife Council amid claims they were forced out of business by a £1 million regeneration scheme.
Police in Fife carried out 231 missing persons investigations in just seven weeks, half of them involving children.