More than £35,000 of jewellery has been stolen in a night-time raid on a shop in Glenrothes.
Kelty woman ‘out of sight, out of mind’ far from home as Fife Health and Social Care Partnership seeks suitable care
A Fife community stalwart with multiple sclerosis (MS) has been left stranded miles from home because no care at home has been arranged for her.
A hotel and restaurant in the heart of Fife at the centre of a dispute over wages has been ordered to pay a number of staff what they are entitled to.
An ambitious plan for a new train factory on the site of Scotland’s last coal-fired power station is expected to take a major step forward in the coming weeks.
Introduction of a controversial new benefit system in the kingdom has racked up rent arrears of £1.53 million, Fife Council has revealed.
Staff in Fife have escaped the controversial workplace car parking levy for at least the next two years.
Partnership work needed to ensure Fife’s Health and Social Care Partnership budget shortfall is addressed
An MSP has called on Fife Council, NHS Fife and the Scottish Government to join forces and find a solution to the shortfall in Fife’s Health and Social Care Partnership budget.
Days before school pupils and others took to the streets to take part in a global day of action against climate change, someone, somewhere thought it wise to take a decision which will inevitably be counter-productive.
Worried residents have been given assurances work is being carried out to tackle the gull menace at the Diageo bottling plant in Leven.
A Fife father who lost his son in a crash on the notorious Standing Stane Road has issued his heartfelt thanks to the community for their unwavering support.