Fife’s GP crisis shows little sign of relenting after it emerged almost half of the region’s practices are now operating closed lists.
“It simply isn’t good enough” – Fife’s fury over response to call for Mossmorran independent inquiry
Fife councillors say they refuse to take no for an answer after the Scottish Government knocked back its request for an immediate independent inquiry into the impact of flaring at Mossmorran.
Fife residents will be given huge sway over how £22 million of public transport funding should be spent in the region, it has been agreed.
Health secretary Jeanne Freeman is to be asked for practical help to address the unprecedented challenges facing services for Fife’s most vulnerable people.
Fixed penalty notices for motorists who leave engines idling have been ruled out in Fife.
Fife Council has launched a business charter designed to improve the economic performance of the region and reduce inequalities.
A row over the state of Fife’s schools looks set to rumble on after the region’s SNP/Labour administration was accused of kicking the prospect of new secondaries “into the long grass”.
A Fife charity has warned the council is “sleep-walking into a nightmare” if it does not find funding to help hundreds of families in need.
A Fife charity is facing a race against time to secure new funding or face cutting its vital support services for hundreds of families in need.
Plans to review the secondary school week in Fife and potentially reduce the time pupils spend in the classroom will hit every single family hard, a union has warned.