Cuts to education outlined as part of Fife Council’s budget for 2019 have come in for strong criticism from some quarters.
Given the current state of affairs, any sort of funding from the Scottish Government would normally be welcomed with open arms.
The launch of a new walking route in Fife has been hailed as a huge step for tourism in the region.
Parents have been urged to be on their guard after what appears to be a number of potentially deadly diazepam tablets were found in a popular Fife park.
Just when you thought panto season was locked away in the attic with the tinsel and the tree for another year, Fife Council’s very own brand of over-the-top theatre was back with a bang last week.
High-end designer handbags have been stolen during a break-in at a house in Fife.
New premises have been secured to ensure Dunfermline will still have a driving test centre, it has emerged.
A scheme aimed at catching Fifers who continue to flout environmental laws has paid dividends.
BiFab trade unions GMB and Unite have said a "level playing field" is needed if Scotland is to secure the large-scale manufacturing contracts from its own offshore renewables sector – and they are asking the First Minister and the Scottish Parliament to intervene.
An international event being held in St Andrews this summer will truly cement the town’s reputation as a global destination, organisers have said.