Step back in time with town display
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Pedal power takes over town centre
Calls for speed control on Standing Stane
End nears for £3.6m Chapel Level scheme
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Let’s turn our park into an oasis of nature
ARE you one of the thousands of Fife Council schoolchildren who visited Ardroy Outdoor Education Centre over the past 40 years?
THE East Neuk has a brand new holiday park thanks to the final realisation of a dream from a mother and daughter team.
PEOPLE in Fife living with MS should be given the right treatment, care and support, according to a local MSP.1 comment
SPRING has finally sprung at the Cambo Estate, with the very welcome arrival of some new additions.
THE first school visit before Leven’s very own community charette has been hailed as a success by organisers of the event.
TOWNSFOLK will be invited to take a step back in time when a new exhibition opens in the newly refurbished Kirkcaldy Galleries next month.
RAITH Rovers boss Grant Murray is ready to slap a deadline on his out of contracts players.
ROSS Laidlaw hopes he can claim the number one jersey at Raith Rovers next season after signing a two-year deal to stay at the club.
RAITH Rovers are forking out thousands of pounds this summer in an attempt to fix their pitch problems.
JUST three years ago Jonny Adam thought his career in motorsport had hit a dead end.
A VOLLEYBALL player who grew up in Kirkcaldy has clinched a dream promotion playing for a professional team in France.
SCOTTISH Football League clubs will convene at Hampden today (Friday) for a meeting that could make or break the latest league reconstruction proposals.
IF Saturday proves to be Brian Graham’s last game for Raith Rovers, he could not have asked for a more fitting farewell.
A KIRKCALDY angler has made history by landing the biggest ever brown trout to be caught at Loch Leven - smashing the former record.
TALENTED Kirkcaldy teenager Euan Kennedy has an obvious eye for a great photograph. It seems to be an inherited family trait.
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The doors to Raith Rovers’ Hall of Fame are now open!
Reginald D Hunter is one of the most in demand stand-up comedians in the land.
Stewardship concert: Linktown Parish Church in Nicol Street, Kirkcaldy, will host a stewardship concert on Saturday. There will be performances from a number of community groups, including the church choir, young church, Kirkcaldy Amateur Operatic Society, Joyful Noise and the Scottihs Country Dance group, as well as displays from organisations such as the women’s guild, kirk session and jigsaw library. The event begins at 6.00 p.m. All welcome.
KINGHORN Children’s Gala week gets underway on June 2 with the crowning of Gala Queen, Jordyn Ferguson, and her Royal party.
AROUND 100 local learners and their families got together to celebrate their achievements recently at Buckhaven Community Centre.
IF you live in the Burntisland area and want to make new friends, then ‘the Wednesday Group’ would give you a warm welcome.
A FIFE charity which offers opportunities for carers and volunteers to socialise has received a cash boost to the tune of £10,000.
BUCKHAVEN Beehive organisers say it will take nearly £1.5m to fulfil their vision of a dedicated community arts space at the former Free Gardeners Hall.
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Weather for Kirkcaldy
Saturday 18 May 2013
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Wind Speed: 26 mph
Wind direction: North east
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Wind Speed: 8 mph
Wind direction: East