Every school in Dunfermline has received a ‘Malala desk’ thanks to the Rotary Club of Dunfermline and the Alhambra Theatre.
A veteran has received a Russian medal of honour 70 years after helping their countrymen during the Second World War.
On Remembrance Sunday, undreds of thousands of people across the UK will pay tribute to British soldiers lost in conflicts around the world.
Carnoustie and District Youth Brass Band is to take part in this year’s St Andrews Brass Festival, the only annual event of its kind in Scotland.
Polish-speaking workers at a supermarket have been told to stop using their native language or face the sack.
Work is being carried out on the pipework at a St Andrews landmark.
A retired nurse is suing a Dundee man for around 5,000 after suffering serious injuries in a car crash.
Cupar could be in line for 49 new and much-needed affordable houses on the edge of the town, if a proposed planning application is approved.
Police are investigating reports of a sex attack on a teenage girl.
Drivers in Tayside faced difficult commutes to work as over 12 hours of rain left some roads flooded.
A 13% fall in the number of homelessness applications in Fife has been welcomed.
Drunkenness, crime and what to do about the problems will be on the agenda at the first Alcohol World Cafe event next week.
Springfield and Kingskettle have been awarded cash by Fife Council to enhance facilities for young people.
As the directors of a corporate team-building and entertainment company, Dunfermline-based Gerard Crowley and Stephen Hazley are no shrinking violets.
A man has died suddenly at a flat in Newport.
Works to construct a new St Andrews bowling club have been stopped, as the developer has yet to formally secure planning permission and comply with conditions.
The new rector of St Andrews University went back to her academic roots as she joined students for the ancient pier walk tradition at the harbour.
Cash-strapped Fife Council is struggling to cope with the rising number of children in care with placement costs for this year estimated at 26 million.
A man died suddenly in Newport-on-Tay on Sunday morning. Emergency services were called to Maryton where the 48-year-old was found to have died. It’s understood that the death was drugs-related. We’ll have more on this story in tonight’s Evening Telegraph.
The membership of Kirkcaldy’s SNP branch has jumped by more than 600% since the referendum was held in September, it has been claimed.