The threat of redundancy is still looming over hundreds of BiFab workers, despite a buyout by a Canadian company.
A housing developer has infuriated residents and businesses by failing to re-open a main route between Burntisland and Kinghorn.
Troubled engineering firm BiFab has been bought over by a Canadian company in a move which could save hundreds of Fife jobs.
Closure-threatened Fife fabricator BiFab has been saved after a takeover by Canadian industrial services group DF Barnes.
A 26-year-old man is due to appear in court on Tuesday in connection with a disturbance in Burntisland on Friday March 30.
A Fife neighbourhood was locked down by police, amid reports a resident had threatened to set fire to a house.
A commitment to award a contract for two turbines in the Firth of Forth to troubled firm BiFab has been hailed as great news for Fife workers.
A nationally significant church ruin and its graveyard has reopened to the public for the first time in decades.
Fife MSPs have signed a letter calling for Kincardine Offshore Windfarm work to be awarded to troubled Fife manufacturing firm BiFab.
Union leaders are locked in behind closed doors talks with the Scottish Government and others as the battle for BiFab continues.