Education bosses have set out plans to get pupils back to Woodmill High by August 2020 – a year after the fire which devastated the Dunfermline school.
Dog owners visiting Dunfermline’s Pittencrieff Park have been urged to keep their pets on leads amid fears the town’s beloved peacocks could be killed.
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.
Two preferred options for the proposed multi-million pound replacement of Inverkeithing High School are to be taken forward for further scrutiny.
A pair of Courier Country volunteers have been praised for racking up more than a century of service to St Andrew's First Aid.
A pedestrian's make-up was left smeared across the windscreen of a car which knocked her over as she crossed a road in Glenrothes.
Fife man who assaulted woman has paid ‘not a penny piece’ of fine from almost two years ago, court hears
A man who assaulted a woman and was fined and ordered to pay compensation almost two years ago has paid “not a penny piece”, a court has heard.
A major investigation into human trafficking is ongoing in central Fife, The Courier has learned.
Ambitious plans for a joint learning campus on the outskirts of Dunfermline have taken a step forward after councillors backed the move.
A Fife woman has warned lives could be at risk if confusion over out-of-hours care is not resolved.