Families across west Fife have been plunged into fresh uncertainty with news that a decision on school catchment areas is likely to be delayed by a year.
Fife Council may develop a network of trained mental health first aiders to help cut its £16 million sickness bill.
A first-time mum is seeking an apology from health chiefs after her baby's birth was ruined by a criminal midwife.
Politicians have been urged to stop the “relentless negative narrative” around education amid claims it is putting people off entering the teaching profession.
People from Tayside and Fife were among the first of more than 50,000 people to begin walking across the new Queensferry Crossing this weekend.
Plain clothes wardens are going undercover to snare irresponsible dog owners and clean up Fife’s streets.
Fife’s teaching crisis has been laid bare as soaring vacancy numbers combine with an increase in staff sickness.
Labour and the SNP have been accused of behaving like the Chuckle Brothers as they pass the buck on plans for a Levenmouth rail link.
Fifers have lost more than £63 million on gambling machines in less than a decade, shock figures have revealed.
Basic sanitary products could soon be provided free of charge in community centres as part of Fife efforts to tackle period poverty.