A dozen Fife organisations have joined MP Lesley Laird in inviting Amber Rudd to visit Fife to hear about the impact of Universal Credit on local people.
Lesley Laird MP
The “nightmare” impact of Universal Credit in Fife has been laid bare by frontline organisations.
More than 200 women have rallied in Fife to fight against state pension injustice.
Fife's politicians have been urged to join forces to help get "scunnered" rail commuters a fair deal.
Fife rail passengers endured further misery the day after First Minister Nicola Sturgeon warned ScotRail it was in the "last chance saloon".
Work to replace Inverkeithing High School is progressing according to Fife Council despite an accusation it was dragging its heels.
Scottish Transport Minister Michael Matheson has been urged to use his powers to cut rail prices for fed-up commuters packed into carriages "like cattle".
A long-anticipated and much-delayed clean up of radiation strewn Dalgety Bay beach will finally begin next year.
Children in Fife’s most deprived areas are suffering most from the impact of welfare reform, according to the most recent figures.
A Fife MP has warned the region's foodbanks could be flooded by hungry families if grocery bills soar under a no-deal Brexit.