The family of a former Ministry of Defence worker are investigating whether his job at Rosyth dockyard may have contributed to his death.
Hopes have been raised hundreds of jobs could be created in Fife after the Ministry of Defence (MoD) suspended its £1 billion international tender for three new Royal Navy support ships.
HMS Prince of Wales has sailed under the three Forth bridges as she leaves Rosyth.
One of the UK's two biggest warships has edged through a 130ft wide lock to enter the Firth of Forth on its maiden voyage.
Britain’s newest aircraft carrier is expected to emerge from Rosyth Dockyard for the first time in the next few days.
Rosyth dockyard is celebrating a massive jobs boost after Babcock won the race to build a new generation of Royal Navy frigates.
Jobs and skills are being put at risk as the Westminster Government dithers over decommissioning Rosyth’s nuclear submarines and delaying shipbuilding work, according to unions chiefs.
HMS Queen Elizabeth has sailed under the Forth bridges once more, as she returns to her birthplace in Rosyth for planned maintenance.
The Ministry of Defence has been condemned for a "dismal" failure to dispose of obsolete nuclear-powered submarines, including seven languishing at Rosyth.
Fire crews were called to Rosyth dockyard on Sunday morning after a report of an incident on the Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carrier currently under construction.