A man who went on a dangerous driving rampage through the streets of Kirkcaldy has been jailed.
Fife councillors have opposed plans to include money and property given to relatives beyond a seven-year time limit in financial assessments for long term care.
Council insists “no odour” at Dunfermline burn despite SEPA investigation into residents’ complaints
Fife Council has told Pitcorthie residents there is “no odour” at a local burn despite complaints being investigated by Scottish Water and an environmental regulator.
Residents in rural Fife say potholes in private roads are preventing access for emergency vehicles.
A Leven man who pushed a 14-year-old boy through a shop window has been ordered to pay his victim £1,000 in compensation.
Dundee City Council has banned Fifers from using its recycling centres in a move to save cash.
Talks will take place this week in a bid to save jobs at Tayport textiles firm Scott and Fyfe.
Plans for Kirkcaldy to host a major airshow this year have been grounded.
A Buckhaven paedophile who made up a story about being attacked and robbed after throwing his laptop in a bin has been jailed for 20 weeks.
Fife's Labour co-leader has warned that rising charges for community alarms could leave the most vulnerable at risk.