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  • Community Testing roll out in Fife

    NHS Fife and Fife Council will begin the phased roll out of a new Covid-19 asymptomatic community testing programme aimed at identifying positive cases and breaking chains of transmission.The programme

    Published on 15 Jan 2021


  • Photograph of Cllr. Altany Craik

    Roadworks A91 Gateside

    Over the next month, Fife Council will invest £230,000 improving the road network in North East Fife.The council will be carrying out carriageway resurfacing on A91Gateside from Monday 25 January

    Published on 14 Jan 2021


  • Primary one enrolment: Children with their hands up

    Enrolling your child for Primary 1 2021/22

    Parents and carers enrolling their child(ren) for Primary one for the 2021/22 session will now be able to do this quickly and easily online at www.fife.gov.uk/schooladmissionsTo get started, parents and

    Published on 12 Jan 2021


  • Red circle with a white bus front

    New parking relaxations in response to temporary Covid-19 lockdown

    All Fife Council parking charges at on-street locations and in public car parks will be suspended from Monday 11 January 2021.The decision was taken by councillors at Thursday's (7 January)

    Published on 08 Jan 2021


  • Lockdown - stay at home

    Lockdown - stay at home

    Fife Council Co-Leaders urge everyone to stay safe and stick with it following today's (Monday 4th January 2021) Scottish Government announcement that stricter lock down restrictions will be enforced until

    Published on 04 Jan 2021


  • Love heart, flowers, glasses, gift bags

    Kirkcaldy Gift Card secures thousands of initial sales

    Just 14 days after launching, the Kirkcaldy Gift Card is already proving its worth with thousands of pounds in initial sales as people and businesses choose to Gift Kirkcaldy as

    Published on 17 Dec 2020


  • Winter closure 2020

    Christmas and New Year closures 2020/21

    During the holidays most of Fife Council will be closed 23, 24 & 25 December and 30, 31 Dec & 1 January.Out of hours support is still available when we’re

    Published on 17 Dec 2020


  • Tay Cities Region Deal Signing

    A £700m PROGRAMME that will boost economic prosperity across Tayside and north-east Fife was confirmed today (December 17) with the formal signing of the Tay Cities Region Deal.The Deal is

    Published on 17 Dec 2020


  • Help keep everyone safe over the Christmas break

    Education’s new Sub- Committee Convener and Executive Director have called on pupils, parents and staff to follow guidance and do their best to keep everyone safe over the Christmas break.

    Published on 16 Dec 2020


  • Early Christmas present for Woodmill High School

    After what has been an extremely difficult year for staff and pupils at Woodmill High School, Christmas has come early thanks to a £50,000 donation from local employer, SKY, based

    Published on 16 Dec 2020


  • Toys - pirate ship, doll, soft toy octupus

    Toy safety warnings issued

    It’s the time of year where people are taking to the shops, whether in person or virtually, in order to make sure that just the right things are waiting under

    Published on 14 Dec 2020


  • Cllr. Judy Hamilton in the area where the new woodland will be created

    New woodland being created

    Work has begun on a new Woodland between Lochgelly and Cardenden.A variety of trees will be planted at the 40-acre site at Briggshill to create Minto woodland. Funding for the

    Published on 14 Dec 2020


  • How the Unpaid Work Scheme helped communities

    The 'Unpaid Work Scheme' has been helping to improve communities across the South & West Fife Area.The Unpaid Work Scheme offers offenders an alternative to a custodial sentence and gives

    Published on 09 Dec 2020


  • What could you do in Guardbridge with a share of £20,000?

    Guardbridge Online Participatory Budgeting – Results Now In

    LOCAL people in Guardbridge have had their say online on how to spend £20,000 from the Local Community Planning Budget to improve the area and support people to become more

    Published on 09 Dec 2020


  • Stay active during the festive season

    Although the festive season is feeling different this year, it’s still a good time to get outside. During these times of restrictions, it is important that we all try to

    Published on 09 Dec 2020


  • Rosyth EATS distribution centre

    South and West Fife CLD Team’s response to the Pandemic

    The outbreak of COVID -19 saw the Fife Council Community Learning and Development (CLD) team members offering not just support, but giving guidance on benefit claims, crisis grants and access

    Published on 08 Dec 2020


  • Trading Standards Call on the Public to Help in the Fight Against Scammers

    Fife Council’s Trading Standards Team is backing a nationwide campaign to combat the scourge of scam mail. Members of the public are this month being urged to send the National

    Published on 04 Dec 2020


  • Ready for Winter

    Preparing for winter in Fife

    Each year the council reassures residents across Fife they are ready for winter, and this year is no different.The council has been busy planning ahead for winter and is committed

    Published on 02 Dec 2020


  • Stay safe and spend local in St Andrews

    The lead up to the festive season is going to feel different for us all this year. Fife Council is urging people to spend safely locally by using face coverings,

    Published on 02 Dec 2020


  • Photograph of Cllr. Ken Caldwell

    News from Levenmouth Area Committee

    Levenmouth Area Committee met online this morning (2 Dec '20). Here's a summary of the decisions and quotes.Budget RequestsPump Track Kennoway £10,000 (Local community planning budget)The Committee agreed a contribution

    Published on 02 Dec 2020


  • Fife Business Diversity Awards with fireworks

    Fife Business Diversity Awards - tune in on Friday at 10am

    For the first time our Annual Fife Business Diversity Awards will be streaming live from our Facebook page on Friday 4 December from 10am.Fife Business Diversity Awards 2020 will be

    Published on 01 Dec 2020


  • Stay safe and spend local in Fife

    The lead up to the festive season is going to feel different for us all this year. Fife Council is urging people to spend safely locally by using face coverings,

    Published on 01 Dec 2020


  • TAY CITIES DEAL UPDATE

    Tay Cities Deal partners today said they were looking forward to the Deal being formally signed before the end of December.The partners were reacting to the announcement in the Chancellor’s

    Published on 30 Nov 2020


  • Close up of hands counting up coins

    Council Tax Reduction – make sure you claim yours

    Fifers are being reminded to check to see if they’re entitled to a discount on their Council Tax, especially if they receive Universal Credit.At what is the most expensive time

    Published on 26 Nov 2020


  • A photograph of the bay at Dalgety Bay

    Update on the radiation clean up at Dalgety Bay

    Members of the South & West Fife Area Committee, have been told by the Project Manager, Stephen Ritchie, about the planned timetable of work to clean up the low level

    Published on 26 Nov 2020


  • Restoration of Oakley Opencast sites

    When Scottish Coal went into liquidation, in April 2013, Blair House site and Comrie Bing on the former Comrie Colliery site were left derelict. A legacy of coal mining. Scars

    Published on 25 Nov 2020


  • Help create a fitting memorial for Fife's babies

    Can you help create a fitting memorial for Fife babies whose ashes weren’t returned to their families? We’d like the views of as many bereaved parents as possible.to help us

    Published on 24 Nov 2020


  • Little boy sitting at a table eating pizza and drinking water

    Free school payments agreed for school holidays

    At today’s Community & Housing Services Sub-Committee (Tuesday 24 November), Fife Council has agreed support to help families, who receive benefits, whose children get Free school meals if they are

    Published on 24 Nov 2020


  • White Ribbon with a promise to never commit, excuse or remain silent about male violence against women

    Supporting women and families experiencing domestic abuse

    Fife Council has reaffirmed its support for women and families experiencing domestic abuse.Councillor Judy Hamilton, Convener of Fife Council’s Housing and Communities Committee once again highlighted that this remains an

    Published on 24 Nov 2020


  • New council houses

    Proposed council house rent increase to stay below inflation

    Councillors at Fife Council’s Policy & Co-ordination Committee today (19 November) agreed to formally consult tenants on rent increases for 2021/22.Head of Housing, John Mills said: “Fife has some of

    Published on 19 Nov 2020


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