Residents in Newport-on-Tay are urging power company bosses to explain why they were left in the dark for almost two months.
There will be no imminent review of Fife Council’s formula for allocating secondary school funding despite claims it is unfair.
A decision to shelve a scheme which would have seen residents look after streets and parks in their own areas has been branded an opportunity missed.
Fears over Brexit are not solely to blame for a seasonal worker shortage which threatens to cause farms throughout Tayside and Fife no end of problems, it has been claimed.
Shortcomings in new rules which aim to make school transport safer have sparked fears over the safety of thousands of pupils in Fife.
A staggering £50 million has been spent on severance payments for former Fife Council staff over the past seven years, it has emerged.
Dismay has been expressed by two Fife councillors after it emerged damaged street signs in north Fife have still not been fixed or replaced – more than eight months after being reported.
Concerns have been raised about the growing cost of using agency workers to plug gaps in NHS staffing across Fife in recent years.
A handful of Fife school children feared to be at risk of radicalism have been reported to authorities, it has emerged.
Long-awaited work to upgrade Madras College is to be carried out in the summer, including alterations to toilets regarded a security risk and replacement of open plan showers.