Fife firm Scott Timber saw its sales increase by more than £20 million last year as demand for wooden pallets remained strong.
A car crashed into a block of flats in a Fife town on Monday. A police spokeswoman said officers were alerted at 1.20pm to reports of a vehicle crashing into a block of residential flats in High Street, Burntisland. Officers attended the scene and it was confirmed that no one was injured in the incident.
A campaign fighting to bring badly-needed renewables jobs to Fife will continue with a march and rally in Kirkcaldy on Saturday.
The hunt is on for vandals who caused hundreds of pounds worth of damage to property in Burntisland.
The value of the taxpayers' stake in Fife's BiFab yards has plummeted by more than two thirds, it has emerged.
A notorious Fife road has again been branded the worst in Scotland.
A campaign to save Fife's mothballed BiFab yards is to be taken straight to the door of French energy giant EDF Renewables.
A police operation targeting adults who buy alcohol for children will be launched today, ahead of the school summer holidays.
Residents are being been urged to rally behind a campaign to save Fife's mothballed BiFab yards.
A Fife shopkeeper has told how a draughty front door may have helped save his life during a terrifying armed robbery.