Fife Today

The council is about to undertake a safety survey of headstones in Cupar and Inverkeithing cemeteries.

Do you have a loved one or ancestor buried in Cupar cemetery?

Environment

Calling young writers: pen a hero animal story and win!

News
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Driving challenge to Monte Carlo…or bust!

News

ScotRail paying £2000 a day in compensation to passengers

Transport 3

Cupar’s past could be the key to its future

News
Scottish homeowners believe their renovation and decorative works has led to a �11,437 increase in property value.

Scottish homeowners optimistic about house prices

News 1
Third of Scottish parents claim their children would have no supervision in the mornings and would be left to fend for themselves if it wasnt for childcare support of school breakfast clubs.

A third of Scots don’t have breakfast with their kids

News
Thorntons Matthew Robertson and Chris Ireland close down Linlithgows Ross Gray.

Thornton hit for seven at Linlithgow

Football
Pittenweem striker Lee Allan.

Pittenweem Rovers 3-3 AM Soccer

Football
Felix-AntoinePoulin celebrates Dundee Stars' winning goal against Fife Flyers last night. Pic: Steve Gunn

Dundee defeat continues Flyers woeful conference form

Sport
Ryan Stevenson is mobbed after his stunning strike put Raith 1-0 up on Hibs. Pic: Fife Photo Agency

Encouraging start for Hughes as Raith earn point against Hibs

Raith Rovers

Dingle hat-trick but Flyers lose again to Clan

Sport

Boss Ovenstone wants his side to go on the run

Football

Amateur champ gets set for European Tour test

More Sport

A Dolly to cheer for in another triumph for Cupar musical group

Whats on
Leuchars Station will host an open Day. Picture: Veronica Wootton

Leuchars set to launch open day

Whats on
Deconstruction work will begin on the chimney on Monday. (Pic: Steven Brown)

Iconic structure set for demolition

Lifestyle
Christmas lights.

Future of Cupar’s festive lights in jeopardy

Lifestyle
Composer and conductor Bruce Fraser, pictured at a musicians' play day he organised at Buckhaven High School last year for present and past staff and pupils.

Fife music community shocked at death of respected musician

News