Dunfermline might have its own answer to legendary graffiti artist Banksy.
A series of events to mark 100 years since the death of Fife-born business magnate and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie is to begin later this month.
Two Dunfermline students are bound for The Hague to follow in the footsteps of the town's greatest benefactor, Andrew Carnegie.
Montrose Library has reopened following a £1 million refurbishment by ANGUSalive to turn it into a “flexible community space”.
For sale signs are going up on unused Angus Council sites including Forfar’s historic swimming pool.
“No man can become rich without enriching others.”
Vandals have attacked the historic Andrew Carnegie statue in Dunfermline’s Glen.
Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, who invested so much into learning, would surely be impressed by a high-tech game being rolled out across Scottish schools.
An historic guestbook signed by a former prime minister and a renowned philanthropist will be given pride of place at the centre of a £2 million hotel rebirth.
The stars have come out in force to help celebrate the 80th birthday of one of Fife’s most famous venues.