A Fife councillor who was suspended for making inappropriate remarks to a taxi driver seeking to renew his licence has had an appeal against his sanction rejected.
VIDEO UPDATE: Daylight reveals damage to Dunfermline school as firefighters continue salvage job after blaze
More than 80 firefighters have been battling through the night to save what they can of Woodmill High School in Dunfermline, which has been ravaged by fire.
Two preferred options for the proposed multi-million pound replacement of Inverkeithing High School are to be taken forward for further scrutiny.
A Fife man who vowed to petrol bomb his ex-partner’s car and threatened maternity ward staff just hours after the birth of his son has been jailed for almost a year.
A Leven hairdresser who hit headlines last year by offering free haircuts to children whose families are in poverty is doing the same again this year.
Transport Minister Michael Matheson has insisted much-needed safety improvements on the A92 north of Glenrothes should be in place by the end of the year.
“If we’re not made aware, we can’t begin to help.”
Police in Fife say their efforts to tackle serious crime in the region are paying dividends, despite the number of reported incidents rising during the first quarter of 2019.
Questions remain over how Dunfermline’s planned £180 million super campus will be funded, as it emerged Fife Council will have to borrow cash upfront for the project.
Environmental experts are still investigating the cause of a pollution incident at a popular Fife park.