An independent Fife charity that provides free expert advice and assistance fielded more than 1,200 enquiries during the first 12 weeks of Universal Credit, it has emerged.
“Extremely disconcerting” — Cameron Trustees “regret” Fife Council’s decision to reject steam locomotive visitor centre
The group behind ambitious plans for a new dual purpose visitor centre to showcase two of the country’s most famous steam locomotives have taken aim at council planners after they turned their blueprint down.
The imminent opening of a strip club in Kirkcaldy has led to the launch of a new women’s group in the town.
Businesses in St Andrews are bracing themselves for the introduction of a strict new policy which aims to take unsightly commercial waste bins off the streets.
Students at St Andrews University have been given a stern warning to enjoy the traditional Raisin Weekend celebrations responsibly or face serious consequences.
Fife is still counting the cost of last winter’s storms after it emerged that one of the region’s flagship developments suffered significant damage and requires urgent repairs.
Stress-led staff absence in Fife schools has almost doubled over the past three years, according to new figures.
Scores of local businesses will benefit from a proposed cycle path between Crail and St Andrews, according to a new study.
A horse who was rescued at just 10-months-old from a freezing field with his emaciated mother and a group of other horses is now taking the competition world by storm thanks to his Fife rehomer.
A mixed response has been elicited following news Fife’s only lap dancing club is to open its doors early next month.