The threat of redundancy is still looming over hundreds of BiFab workers, despite a buyout by a Canadian company.
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 community beekeeping project is hoping to create enough of a buzz to secure almost £50,000 of lottery funding.
Fire crews have extinguished a blaze at a top floor flat in Dysart.
Fife Council is aiming to bridge the generation gap with a groundbreaking plan for a care home and nursery on the same site.
A Methil man who left his ex-partner permanently disfigured after smashing a glass door panel into her face has avoided being jailed.
The owner of an American Akita accused of viciously mauling a Fife schoolgirl is to stand trial next month.
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 couple have appeared in court accused of posting an offensive video mocking the killing of Fife woman Sonya Todd on the 10th anniversary of her death.