Sir, – Last week Lesley Laird, Scottish Labour deputy leader, condemned Nicola Sturgeon for forgetting the cost of establishing an independent Scotland.
Deliberate fire-raising across Levenmouth has risen to its highest rate, shocking new figures have revealed.
A lifeline charity which has helped clothe hundreds of children has won a prestigious national award.
Police in Fife are appealing for help to trace missing man Ryan Landels.
Police were called to a Fife high school after an annual leavers' celebration ended in chaos.
Eighteen 150ft trees which have engulfed a Fife housing estate are finally to be removed after a three-year row over who is responsible for them.
Sir, – The Courier has done good work recently, highlighting the Scottish food industry, and the high quality of Scottish food and produce.
Further concerns about taxi drivers throughout Fife becoming the victims of assault or fraud have been raised following suggestions it happens on a weekly basis in some areas.
Two people have been arrested following alleged bogus workmen offences in Levenmouth.
Fife Council is to improve drainage in a bid to avoid a repeat of the serious flooding seen in parts of the region after recent storms.