Education secretary John Swinney said the Scottish Government will implement the recommendations of two reports on child protection systems as quickly as possible.
Musician Simon Chadwick played the second of his summer series of harp concerts in St Andrews. The concerts, which run until September, will all showcase different aspects of the historical and traditional harp music of Scotland and Ireland, performed on the stunning replica of the famous medieval Scottish Queen Mary harp.
The person in charge of tragic Liam Fee's welfare had no legal right of access to his home, it has emerged.
Students furious at a decision to axe their course have staged a mass rally outside a college.
A mother and her partner have been found guilty of murdering two-year-old Liam Fee in a house in Fife.
The jury in the Liam Fee murder trial has been sent home after a second day of deliberations.
A Fife congregation is opening their church this weekend to offer support to anyone who is struggling with grief, anger or pain over Liam Fee’s death.
Kirkcaldy High School pupil Rachel Deas is the first recipient of an annual grant awarded by world-famous crime writer Val McDermid.
Locals have been invited to help Levenmouth clean up its act.
Six ordinary women will reveal what it is like to live in one of Fife’s worst streets in a unique theatre production to be staged before key policy-makers.