Santa will arrive in Fife, accompanied by his reindeer, this weekend as the countdown to Christmas gets under way in Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline.
Fife Council plans to spend £2 million on upgrading its three gypsy traveller sites.
The way has been cleared for a remarkable octogenarian cyclist to take part in next year’s Etape Caledonia.
A solicitor has been jailed for swindling more than £269,000 from his own aunt after being put in charge of her finances.
Couples getting married in St Andrews can no longer register their nuptials in the town.
One of Scotland’s oldest children’s charities has opened up its first home since closing its residential service six years ago.
A Fife farm is looking to process goat for the first time as people in Scotland are increasingly interested in trying the meat.
Dundee residents have until the close of play today to have their say on plans to move the city centre post office from Meadowside to Whitehall Street.
A Cupar schoolgirl has celebrated five years of being cancer-free with the friends and neighbours who rallied round her family during her battle with illness.
A Fife foodbank is facing such demand it fears it will struggle to provide for families at Christmas in the way it did last year.