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.
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 pedestrian's make-up was left smeared across the windscreen of a car which knocked her over as she crossed a road in Glenrothes.
A major investigation into human trafficking is ongoing in central Fife, The Courier has learned.
An unprecedented shortage of GPs across Fife is putting lives at risk, as securing an appointment has become “like a mad scramble at the Boxing Day sales”, it has been claimed.
Fife’s dependence on antidepressants has been thrown into sharp focus after new figures showed a huge rise in prescriptions.
A Fife village has united in memory of the 35 men who lost their lives in one of Scotland’s worst ever mining disasters.
A crippling shortage of local community paediatricians in north east Fife means hundreds of children are missing out on potentially vital support, The Courier can reveal.
A window cleaner was targeted for racial abuse and then challenged to fight as he worked in Buckhaven, a court has heard.