The snap general election may be dominating the headlines, but Scotland goes to the polls this week in another important vote.
The SNP leader in Fife has laid into Scotland’s public spending watchdog for wasting time on reporting the “blinding obvious” challenges facing councils.
The Scottish Conservatives say tweets about Nicola Sturgeon and her supporters by a Fife teacher bidding to be a Tory councillor are "clearly unacceptable".
Tayside and Fife councils are having £23m cut from their day-to-day budgets under the funding deal tabled by ministers.
MSPs from all Holyrood’s parties rallied together to demand Fife health chiefs ditch plans to cut access to out-of-hour GPs.
The flooding of Fife’s streets with crack shows how the Scottish Government’s drugs masterplan is failing, says an MSP.
Fire service cuts are slowing down the response to life-and-death incidents by up to 10 minutes, a Fife firefighter has warned.
A Fife MP with two jobs is facing calls to resign as a councillor over her attendance record.
The drama in Fife lasted until well after 6am in the 2017 election as the tightest constituency battle in Britain was settled. The Courier's Fife chief reporter examines how the 2019 campaign has shaped up.
An upsurge in attacks on Fife teachers has been branded “incredibly concerning”.