The fight for votes in the UK’s most marginal seat appears to have turned ugly after a police complaint was made about SNP activists handing out mince pies in North East Fife.
The life of Jennie Lee, the miner’s daughter from Fife who helped to establish the Open University (OU), is being celebrated in a new exhibition in the town.
Residents in the Tay Bridgehead have aired concerns about their ability to access GP services after a local practice revealed plans to drastically cut opening hours.
Communities in north east Fife have gathered to step up their campaign for the creation of an 11-mile shared path stretching from Crail to St Andrews.
Fife is on the cusp of becoming a world leader of a green energy revolution, The Courier understands.
Pressure has been put on Fife’s leading provider of sports and leisure facilities to perform a u-turn over plans to cut opening hours at centres in north east Fife.
A Fife woman has been recognised for leading a Sunday school for more than half a century.
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.
A young Polish woman found with pepper spray in her handbag during security checks at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court has returned to the building to be sentenced.
A woman from Thornton will face her greatest fear when she freefalls 165 feet off the Forth Bridge to raise money for Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland.