OPPONENTS of plans to close Cupar Sheriff Court have launched an eleventh-hour plea to save it from the axe.
THE destruction of a Kirkcaldy whaling ship by Arctic pack ice over 150 years ago is being commemorated by an artist and historian.
THERE’S a chance to find out what’s behind the garden walls of Tayport this weekend when green-fingered residents open their gates to the public.
VILLAGERS in Gateside have been getting crafty in preparation for this year’s Big Lunch.
A SCIENTIST carrying out independent research in to the notorious Methil Ming is seeking residents to speak with him.
ELECTION fever is about to grip Glenrothes with the announcement of the candidates for the forthcoming Ward 15 by-election on June 20.
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.4 comments
A Glenrothes retailer has scooped a prestigious business award after being named ‘Best Independent Gift Retailer in Scotland’.
THE official launch of The Gateway, Levenmouth saw a massive outpouring of support from local groups, councillors and MSPs at the official launch last week.
THE long-range forecast suggests a bright outlook ahead next week for amateur weather enthusiasts with spells in Fife.1 comment
A Kennoway student has proved he has the whole ‘package’ after winning a prestigious international design award.
The recent Craft Fair at Leven’s Letham Glen was so successful, organisers have already put the wheels in motion for the next one!
THE man who started the internationally successful Street Pastors movement is to visit Levenmouth on his first ever Scottish tour.
The Scottish SPCA is caring for four blackbird chicks who hitched a ride from Cumbria to Fife in a tractor.
THIS time last year, Tayport mum Gail Harris could barely walk the 50 yards to the bus stop without being out of breath.
A DISABLED pensioner from Strathmiglo has criticised the closure of a service he says provides a ‘lifeline’ for elderly people in the Howe.
A GROUP of north east Fife bikers has rallied round to help a cancer sufferer rediscover the joys of the open road.
THE mum of a Cupar teenager who tragically died of cancer three years ago has issued an appeal for donations for a charity plant sale to be held later this month.
THOUSANDS of soggy bikers lined Kirkcaldy’s Prom at the weekend for the biggest display of motor cycle power in the country.1 comment
A MAGNIFICENT £7500 was raised at the first ever Maggie’s Fife ladies’ lunch held at Balbirnie House Hotel in Markinch at the weekend.1 comment
IT’s just over a week until the opening of the refurbished, and re-named, Kirkcaldy Galleries - with its first exhibition chosen by the public!1 comment
DYSART’S latest tourist accommodation - the converted birthplace of explorer John McDouall Stuart - opened last week with the help of one of his descendents.1 comment
THE number of elective inpatient admissions coming into Fife’s hospitals have fallen to the lowest figure recorded since 2008.
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Weather for Kirkcaldy
Friday 24 May 2013
Temperature: 3 C to 12 C
Wind Speed: 21 mph
Wind direction: East
Temperature: 7 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: South west