Just when you thought panto season was locked away in the attic with the tinsel and the tree for another year, Fife Council’s very own brand of over-the-top theatre was back with a bang last week.
A row over the state of Fife’s schools looks set to rumble on after the region’s SNP/Labour administration was accused of kicking the prospect of new secondaries “into the long grass”.
An elderly woman has been taken to hospital after emergency services were called to a residential property in Tayport on Friday night.
Beaches in Fife which have been blighted by an oil spill in recent days will remain closed over the weekend as work to identify the source continued.
Cuts to education outlined as part of Fife Council’s budget for 2019 have come in for strong criticism from some quarters.
Fife’s joint SNP/Labour administration has pushed through plans to bridge a £9.1 million budget gap for the coming year by increasing council tax by 3% and making £4.8 million of savings.
Fife’s joint SNP/Labour administration has passed plans to bridge a £9.1 million budget gap for the coming year by increasing council tax by 3% and making £4.8 million of savings.
Activists gathered outside Fife Council’s headquarters in Glenrothes on Thursday morning ahead of the annual budget setting meeting to voice their disgust at further cuts to services.
A Kirkcaldy laundry and workwear factory is to close its doors with the loss of 86 jobs within a matter of weeks.
Two Fife beaches are likely to remain closed to the public for the foreseeable future as investigations into an oil spill in the Forth continue.