A man who was told by doctors last week he had months to live has lost his battle with pancreatic cancer.
A man jailed for brutally attacking a man in a hostel has failed in a bid to have his sentence reduced.
Education chiefs have been urged to act over a “deeply troubling” rise in the number of pupils being assigned to individual teachers in schools.
Police Scotland have announced today that armed police are to be used in routine incidents in a matter of weeks.
Police are investigating after woman was subject to a 'hugely upsetting' attack.
A fresh weather warning has been issued for Dundee, Tayside and Fife today.
Communities hoping to help themselves fight the big freeze have been left furious by the removal of grit bins across Fife as winter begins to bite, it has emerged.
Young people from Glenrothes are less likely to be accepted to university than those from anywhere else in the UK, new figures have suggested.
A thug who waved a knife at his neighbour and threatened to stab him after accusing him of failing to clean up after his dog was today behind bars.
St Andrews Links is seeking a shop supervisor.
A man has been taken to the Dundee cells overnight after being found to be over the legal drink-drive limit.
Jonny Brown, 29, from Coaltown of Wemyss, has become a well-known face at Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre in Glenrothes — but he had no idea a Facebook post by gym staff showing his progress would lead to even wider recognition.
Hayley Batchelor, 32, of Lumsden Road, Glenrothes, admitted assaulting a woman in Dundee.
A station master who won an MBE for his work in the local community has been stripped of the honour after he was jailed for battering and sexually abusing young kids in his care at a children's home.
A primary school has been evacuated after a huge fire engulfed the building in flames.
Two local firms have been named and shamed for not paying workers the minimum wage.
Winds of more than 60mph battered Dundee today as Storm Caroline continued its onslaught across Scotland.
Motorists are being urged to plan ahead as Storm Caroline batters Dundee and Tayside.
Dozens of sex offenders in Tayside and Fife previously subject to “indefinite notification” have been wiped from the register.
A horse rider was airlifted to Ninewells Hospital after taking a tumble in Fife.