A leading Fife author is spearheading an event in aid of a cancer charity after seeing one of his friends succumb to the disease.
Those who need to spend a penny in Fife Council-maintained public toilets run a greater risk than ever of finding them in a sorry state because of budget cuts, councillors have been told.
A Fife MC has set his sights on stardom despite narrowly missing out on a place in the grand final of a new TV talent contest.
A simple plea for a “couple of swings” in a St Andrews park led to the opening of a brand new play area and sensory garden on Thursday.
The new £50 million replacement for Madras College in St Andrews is on course for a 2020/21 opening after the preferred site at Langlands received overwhelming public backing.
Tighter controls should be imposed on how Fife headteachers spend millions of pounds amid claims some are not trained to cope with massive new budgets.
A controversial review of high school catchment areas affecting thousands of children in Dunfermline and west Fife remains up in the air after councillors decided the plans should not go out to public consultation in their current form.
Few projects embody the ethos of The Courier’s Community Kindness Campaign than a community-food sharing scheme in north Fife that is set to spread across the region.
A jury will today consider its verdict in the trial of a Fife man accused of murdering his own sister.
The fate of fruit and vegetable farms across Tayside and Fife is being threatened as a result of Brexit, it has been claimed.