Sunday car parking charges in Fife look set to remain for the foreseeable future after the council raked in about £200,000 in their first year.
Plain-clothed wardens are going undercover to catch irresponsible dog owners and clean up Fife’s streets.
Councillors in Fife claim they are being kept in the dark about sex offenders in their communities.
Those who need to use Fife Council-maintained public toilets run a greater risk than ever of finding them in a sorry state because of budget cuts, councillors have been told.
A blind pensioner and his guide dog ended up walking through hot tar after roadwork crews blocked a pavement in Glenrothes.
More details have emerged of the proposed £50 million secondary school for St Andrews.
It will be “business as usual” in St Andrews when the Lammas Market returns, according to Fife Council.
A former social worker involved in the case of murdered two-year-old Liam Fee said she feels as if the blame for his death has been placed on her.
Taxpayers have been forced to hand out more than £47 million to clean up after litter louts in the last four years, the Tele can reveal.
Councils in Dundee, Angus and Fife have been asked for their opinions on an offshore windfarm development plan.
Cash-strapped councils have racked up a £1.1m road crash bill over the past two years.
A local authority has launched an investigation after a child wandered out of a council nursery.
The most vulnerable people in Fife will be hit by efforts to plug a £23.2 million health and social care black hole, it has been claimed.
Visitors to Dundee are a step closer to being able to use the city’s first park and ride service.
Illegal “no cycling” signs at a St Andrews public footpath are to be taken down by Fife Council.
Dog owners will be under the watchful eye of CCTV in a bid to cut fouling in Fife.
Cash-strapped Fife Council is to urge its staff to get moving in a bid to cut a whopping £14.4 million sick bill.
A housing firm has confirmed it is in talks over a potential major new housing development in Wormit.
Labour has won a council by-election prompted by the resignation of Willie Clarke, known as the last elected communist councillor in the UK.
A RAT in a hat is Newport’s newest resident, as an urban art project to combat a graffiti issue in the town nears completion.