New figures have cast doubt over food safety in Fife after more than half of the kingdom’s food premises were found to be overdue visits by hygiene inspectors last year.
A hoax call to the coastguard could have had far more serious consequences during a busy Easter weekend for the Kinghorn RNLI lifeboat station, the organisation has warned.
An English pub believed to be the place where Robinson Crusoe author Daniel Defoe first met his Fife-born inspiration has called last orders.
Councillors in Kirkcaldy will meet tomorrow to discuss whether or not much-needed repairs to electrical supplies on Burntisland Links should be part-funded from the Burntisland Common Good Fund.
Waste collectors and bin lorry drivers in Fife are regularly being subjected to physical and verbal abuse on their rounds, it has emerged.
A Kelty man assaulted his wife and her son during an early morning incident at their home, a court has been told.
Power problems could lead to one of Fife’s biggest tourist attractions being axed this summer, it has emerged.
Almost perfect conditions are anticipated for the eagerly-awaited Fife Point-to-Point race meeting at Balcormo Mains on Saturday.
Concern has been raised after figures revealed north east Fife residents are waiting far longer than the average when they call an ambulance.
Bank bosses have been urged to consider the needs of communities already hit hard by the high street closures after it emerged a further two TSB branches are to slash opening hours.