Courses are to be offered at Cupar’s secondary school by Fife College following its withdrawal from the town.
A move to stop people from walking into Fife’s household waste recycling centres has prompted a call for a more “measured” approach.
An antiques dealer sold a customer an early Jack Vettriano painting for £17,000 - despite it's actual value only being a fraction of that, a court heard today.
The British Transport Police (BTP) are appealing for witnesses after a group of youths vandalised a train on its way to Dundee.
A joiner who was “dignified to the end” of his fight against liver cancer has died at the age of 53.
‘You show no remorse’: local driving instructor sentenced for sexually abusing 14 young female students
A pervert driving instructor who sexually abused 14 of his young female students while they were behind the wheel of his car was today jailed for four years.
A new bus service catering for parts of the Tay Bridgehead is likely to continue for the foreseeable future after a trial proved popular.
A teenage girl who was reported missing in the local area has been traced safe and well.
Local driving instructor facing 15 sex charges on teen girls claims ‘the touching was of a friendly nature’
A driving instructor accused of sexually assaulting 15 of his students told police he was only giving the teenage girls he's accused of attacking a "reassuring pat" when he touched their thighs.
Four high-flying accountancy staff have smashed their fundraising target after jumping out of a plane for charity.
A casualty was taken to Ninewells Hospital after a three-vehicle crash closed a local road.
A company boss was today jailed after he admitted amassing a huge cache of child abuse images and “trading” them online with other perverts.
A Cupar man who spat at his sister had sentence deferred for reports.
A former antiques dealer has gone on trial accused of 46 charges, including scamming two customers out of more than £20,000 and stealing valuable items from 44 different people over more than a decade.
A member of staff at a posh local boarding school has been spared jail after downloading child abuse images on to a school laptop.
A former antiques dealer has been charged with stealing valuable objects from dozens of customers – and scamming two clients out of more than £20,000.
A care home worker has been struck off after she left an elderly resident soaked in urine.
Locals have stepped in to help the organisers of the Cupar Highland Games after thieves stole a trailer.
Very few young men go into the ministry these days.
A man who allegedly sent a high school staff member a string of messages claiming he had a stash of guns, was watching her through a gun's scope and was going to turn up at her school was today ordered to stand trial.