“If we’re not made aware, we can’t begin to help.”
Police in Fife say their efforts to tackle serious crime in the region are paying dividends, despite the number of reported incidents rising during the first quarter of 2019.
Questions remain over how Dunfermline’s planned £180 million super campus will be funded, as it emerged Fife Council will have to borrow cash upfront for the project.
Scotland’s newest water top-up tap has been unveiled by the band whose music is the soundtrack to the campaign to encourage people to stay hydrated on the move.
Environmental experts are still investigating the cause of a pollution incident at a popular Fife park.
Hundreds of suspected criminals in Fife were at large last month as police strive to pin down those who have evaded arrest.
A popular Fife park’s loch is back in business after it was declared off limits following a contamination scare a fortnight ago.
‘I feel really disappointed and let down by the council. Where are they?’: Flood-hit Fifers counting cost of damage
Flood hit residents in Rosyth have been left counting the cost of Wednesday’s devastating deluge.
Lawyers acting for a man accused of murdering a woman in a west Fife village last year have lodged a special defence of diminished responsibility.
A Glenrothes man researching his family tree has produced a new radio documentary after discovering one of relatives was a cold-blooded killer.