A full investigation is to be carried out into the felling of a historic Fife tree, which caused outrage in the local community.
More must be done to lift the barriers preventing disabled people from getting into work, delegates at a major event in Fife have been told.
A new path connecting communities in Fife and Perth and Kinross over Benarty Hill has been given its official opening.
Revellers have been urged not to rely on the last train home from Edinburgh during the Festival following chaotic scenes over the weekend.
Repairs are being carried out at two Fife schools built by the same firm involved in the Edinburgh schools scandal – although Fife Council says it is purely a “coincidence”.
Fife Council’s administration has come under pressure from the SNP on its track record on delivering social care to older people.
Any aspirations for a commercial airport at Leuchars remain grounded, although low-cost operators have still not ruled out the former RAF base as a future site.
Fife Council leader David Ross has bemoaned the outcome of the EU referendum as “bad for Fife” – but said it would take time to assess the true impact on the region.
A Fife community has come together to create a lasting tribute to a loving husband and father who was killed in a road accident in January.
Health chiefs in Fife say they have managed to trim this year’s projected budget shortfall by around two thirds – although they still need to find £9.4 million from somewhere to plug the gap.