Calls have been made for tougher regulations and transition plans for decommissioning Fife's Mossmorran petrochemical plant as the latest bout of flaring has come to an end.
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Operations at Fife's controversial Mossmorran plant have been shut down to allow for repairs to two broken boilers.
Calls have increased for progress on plans for a park and ride facility at the Tay Road Bridge.
Flaring at Fife's controversial Mossmorran chemical plant will start to reduce on Wednesday, bosses have said.
Drivers have been urged to hold their horses outside a Fife riding school.
Residents in Fife's flood-risk areas are being given access to flood pods as part of a range of support from the council.
Calls to reopen the Levenmouth rail link began almost the day after it closed to passenger trains in October 1969.
Levenmouth will have a railway within five years, it has been confirmed.
The financial losses incurred by doomed furniture firm Havelock International were unsustainable and had no prospect of improvement, its owner has claimed.
A child could be killed by speeding drivers using Levenmouth roads as a racetrack, angry residents have warned.