Cadco affair remembered 50 years on
Parking an issue as Tesco get go-ahead
Step back in time with town display
‘Wrong place’ for playpark says resident
Pedal power takes over town centre
Calls for speed control on Standing Stane
End nears for £3.6m Chapel Level scheme
Glenrothes based Skene Group has secured several construction and civil engineering contracts worth an estimated £8m.
THE dramatic rise and fall of the Cadco empire is going to be the subject of an open day at Fife Council’s archive centre this month.
A MAJOR hurdle in the redevelopment of the town centre has been overcome with the granting of planning permission to build a new Tesco.1 comment
A Glenrothes retailer has scooped a prestigious business award after being named ‘Best Independent Gift Retailer in Scotland’.
ENVIRONMENAL enthusiasts in Markinch are putting down roots for benefit of future generations with an ambitious tree planting scheme.
A Kennoway student has proved he has the whole ‘package’ after winning a prestigious international design award.
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.
Silver Linings Playbook
Directed by David O. Russell
Recommended by Tanya Scoon
If you’ve watched one episode of Grand Designs too many and have been bitten by the self-build bug, be prepared for a bumpy ride.
War reporting for cowards
By Chris Ayres
Recommended by Scott Inglis
I caught up with John Cooper Clarke this week and he still doesn’t mind being referred to as the ‘punk poet’. I reminded him of those days when he signed to CBS Records for an unbelievable deal releasing singles and albums on coloured and shaped vinyl, many of which lie gathering stoor in my loft. The image of the tall lad in skinny jeans and Chelsea boots was only enhanced by his shades and big hair remarkably intact today. Live From South Bank (Safe Cracker), is his new DVD featuring not only an effortless stand up routine but also some rapid fire poetry delivered comically with wit and intricate rhyme. Extras include a rare live duet of 36 Hours with Frank Sidebottom on guitar. This must be one of the last films of Chris Sievey’s comic character with the papermache head before he succumbed to cancer in 2010.
CHRIS Ramsey: Feeling Lucky
Still not too sure what to make of Reginald D. Hunter’s gig at the Alhambra on Friday.
A LOCAL craft market has had to expand the number of stalls for its next event, on SaturdayJune 1, due to popular demand.
KIRKLAND High School has taken delivery of a resplendent new cabinet from Fife Council’s building services, in which to display all its awards and trophies.
FOR over 100 years, Carnbee Literary and Social Union has entertained East Neuk audiences with annual variety concerts for charity.
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.
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Weather for Kirkcaldy
Wednesday 22 May 2013
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Wind Speed: 28 mph
Wind direction: North west
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Wind Speed: 29 mph
Wind direction: North