Universal Credit and other welfare cuts contributed to a significant rise in Fife’s rent arrears, according to new statistics.
A mum from St Andrews who has written a hit children’s book in honour of her son has teamed up with Amazon in Dunfermline to help ship her book to parents and young readers around the world.
People have been urged to avoid contact with the water at a popular Fife visitor attraction after scores of fish died.
Calls for answers in the wake of two recent oil spills along the inner Forth coastline have been stepped up after it emerged more than £700,000 of taxpayers’ money had to be spent on the clear-up.
Dunfermline's fireworks display has been shelved following the demise of the organising group.
“If we’re not made aware, we can’t begin to help.”
Fife’s dependence on antidepressants has been thrown into sharp focus after new figures showed a huge rise in prescriptions.
A Fife actor and comedian who claimed the main prize at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards three years ago has secured further success at the Fringe.
ScotRail chief faces public: Fife woman forced to stand with 5 others in train’s disabled toilet during weekend chaos
ScotRail chief executive Alex Hynes last night insisted adding more seats on services between Fife and Edinburgh was his “absolute priority” after facing the fury of local passengers fed up with overcrowding, delays and cancellations.
Dozens of phone boxes across Fife are to be removed unless they are adopted by local communities for alternative use.