Fixed penalty notices for motorists who leave engines idling have been ruled out in Fife.
A call for Sunday car parking charges to be scrapped in Dunfermline centre is to be stepped up next month, The Courier has learned.
Progress is being made on installing CCTV at a powderkeg Fife recycling point.
Increasing numbers of Fife pupils are being marked absent from school during the last week of term, The Courier can reveal.
A bid to suspend the Scottish Government’s controversial primary one assessments in Fife has been thwarted by one vote.
Fife’s head of education has warned Brexit will make addressing the region’s teacher shortage more difficult.
There will be no imminent review of Fife Council’s formula for allocating secondary school funding despite claims it is unfair.
Fife Council has voted to oppose controversial assessments for primary one pupils after the issue split the SNP and Labour power sharing administration.
Several green areas in Fife could be left unkempt or overgrown if plans to challenge historic maintenance agreements are pursued, it has been claimed.
“Please do not bring this idea back again” — councillors reject idea to change school bus distance entitlement
Education officials in Fife have been told to forget any notion of changing the distance from school that entitles pupils to free bus passes as part of a wider review of school transport.