Fife Council tenants are being given a say on how much more they pay in rent next year.
Thieves who stole more than £800 from a Christmas fundraiser for families in need have been branded “the lowest of the low”.
A local chip shop is offering a battered Christmas meal for £8.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning covering Dundee and the entire local area as Scotland prepares to be battered by winds of up to 80mph.
Revised plans for a new retail park on a prominent site in Cupar have been approved – despite concerns that it will mean the death knell for the town centre.
Tay Road Bridge was closed yesterday after reports of a person in distress.
A memorial football match is to be played in honour of two teenagers killed in a car crash near Kirkcaldy.
St Andrews University’s iconic red gown is at the centre of a legal battle.
A business partnership has opened up Scotland’s first shop dedicated to an underwater art form.
A job advert posted by NHS Fife for out-of-hours doctors has received no responses.
Vandalism and antisocial behaviour is falling in Fife according to the latest statistics released by Police Scotland – but internet extortion and shoplifting is on the rise.
Police have been forced to close off the main route between Dundee and Edinburgh due to an incident.
A local council has insisted there is no cause for alarm after wooden panels fell from a wall as pupils sat an exam at Madras College.
Brave Agatha King of Cupar is now a real poster girl.
An animal rescue charity has rehomed almost 1,000 dogs in the last 10 years.
An online pervert snared by a vigilante group was today jailed - after being identified to police by his partner because she recognised his genitals in photos he sent to decoys posing as under age girls.
A brutal thug who fired a makeshift flamethrower at his partner's head during an horrific campaign of stalking and assaults on four different women over a decade was today jailed for four years.
Two kids last seen on CCTV at Dundee station on Saturday have been found in the city.
The Met Office have issued a series of weather warnings for Dundee, Tayside and Fife as the region prepares to be hit by Storm Diana.
Concern is growing for the welfare of two kids last seen on CCTV at Dundee station on Saturday.