Tenders have been submitted for the project to clear up radiation pollution at Dalgety Bay.
Fears have been raised Fife’s beaches are being targeted by criminal gangs looking to capitalise on the illicit and highly-lucrative trade in shellfish.
A Fife cancer survivor, who lost her husband to the same form of the illness, has received a national award for her determination to help others.
A warning was issued to cyclists after a wire was spotted strung between trees by a Fife woodland trail.
Dalgety Bay may not offer the shimmering silver sands of its near neighbour Aberdour, but it does boast quite a diverse stretch of coastline complete with quiet sandy coves, high cliffs, wee harbours and an ancient kirk.
A Fife company which produces innovative shellfish transportation systems is forecasting to double its sales this year and pass the £1 million revenue mark for the first time.
A Fife firm which provides content for in-house television systems worldwide grew its sales by more than £3 million last year.
The future of an iconic lighthouse which was dismantled to make way for the Queensferry Crossing may be brighter thanks to ambitious new plans.
A long-anticipated and much-delayed clean up of radiation strewn Dalgety Bay beach will finally begin next year.
Five teenagers charged with attempted murder as two men seriously injured in “horrendous” Dalgety Bay disturbance
Five teenagers will appear in court after the attempted murder of two men during a "horrendous" outbreak of violence in Dalgety Bay.