Councillors have set aside an objection to press ahead with a residents’ parking scheme in a congested area around its own Dunfermline headquarters.
A rising number of housing association tenants are taking it upon themselves to disconnect their own heating and power supplies because of fuel poverty, a new survey has found.
Health bosses are being urged to abandon plans to close St Andrews' GP out-of-hours service following the revelation a health centre in Dundee “often can’t cope” with north east Fife referrals.
Planning permission has been secured for the first project in Fife’s flagship City Region Deal programme.
Five Fife bridges are in line for strengthening works in a £7 million programme.
Inspectors have found key strengths in the way Fife supports children and young people who need care and protection.
Work has started on an £8.5 million retail development bringing 110 new jobs to Cowdenbeath.
A Fife group is warning hundreds of youngsters may not get a Christmas gift this year unless the public steps in to help.
The source of an oil spill on Fife beaches remains a mystery as it emerges the clean up operation has cost Fife Council around £600,000.
It’s been a busy old week again in the Fife office of The Courier.