Authorities have been urged to “come clean” over what impact a no-deal Brexit will have on fuel supplies across Scotland, amid fears disruption in and around the Firth of Forth could see a return to panic buying.
Fife Sports and Leisure Trust bosses have been challenged to face the public over controversial plans to slash opening hours at centres in Cupar and St Andrews.
Fife politicians are joining forces to celebrate the contribution of EU citizens.
Pressure has been put on Fife’s leading provider of sports and leisure facilities to perform a u-turn over plans to cut opening hours at centres in north east Fife.
A petition which calls for urgent improvements to be made to cut speeding in Cupar’s busy Burnside has been backed by the area’s MP, Stephen Gethins.
Dozens of phone boxes across Fife are to be removed unless they are adopted by local communities for alternative use.
Exclusive – Campaign group established by late leading Liberal Democrat swaps support to SNP in Fife
A campaign group set-up by late Liberal Democrat leader Lord Paddy Ashdown has dropped its support for his party in the country's narrowest marginal seat.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will make his first official visit to Scotland on Monday.
A row over the Prime Minister’s use of a Fife manufactured ice-pillow to wrongfully pillory food transportation standards reached the House of Commons yesterday, after the issue was raised by a Fife MP.
A Ukrainian widow faces deportation after helping raise her granddaughters in Fife for almost a decade.