HOUSE PRICES have fallen 1.5% in a year, despite sales increasing, according to new figures.
Fife Council has brought in a French IT firm in a four-year deal aimed at saving £26m.
ONE OF Scotland’s top museums has landed in a bunker with its bid to create a rooftop cafe.
The iconic Hall’s sausage will still be produced in Scotland after the brand was bought over from Dutch owners Vion.
FOUR CARE homes, one of which has been closed for almost four years and another which shut down last July, have been bought by two Dundee businesswomen.
A FILM bringing a rich seam of Fife history alive will receive its official UK premiere at Glasgow Film Festival.
Patients with heart conditions are being denied approved drugs which could reduce their risk of stroke and any future need for long-term institutional care, a cardiology expert has warned.
New Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara revealed one of the first people to wish him good luck in his new job was Rangers boss Ally McCoist.
A Fife family’s campaign for a review of their son’s murder trial is gaining momentum.
Campaigners say they are “bitterly disappointed” that the competition watchdog has ruled out a full investigation into the fuel market after concluding high prices are the fault of taxes and the cost of crude oil.