Had a chuckle recently at a post on social media last week which read: “FFS, I wish those kids would stop setting off fireworks a week early... the dog’s hiding underneath the Christmas tree.”
A major investigation into human trafficking is ongoing in central Fife, The Courier has learned.
A Fife veteran is at the forefront of a charity campaign to support a campaign for improvements in the way armed forces veterans are medically discharged into civilian life.
Children in Fife are facing a delay in receiving their flu vaccination due to a national shortage.
A close-knit community has been left stunned after fire ripped through a house in Aberdour.
Scottish Water is working to restore normal service to customers in the Crossgates area who have been affected by a loss of normal water supply, low water pressure or discoloured water.
A house in Aberdour has been gutted after fire ripped through the property.
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.
A pair of obstacle course races in Fife, which attract hundreds of competitors, have been given funding boosts.
A Kirkcaldy woman has narrowly avoided a jail sentence after embezzling more than £24,000 from a Fife garage where she worked.