Kirkcaldy

Type: City
Name: Kirkcaldy
First reported 3 hours ago - Updated 3 hours ago - 1 reports

Colour was the name of the game as the Cowdenbeath show did go on

:00 0 commentsTHE 2014 Cowdenbeath Flower Show was a tremendous tribute to the late chairman of the Horticultural Society, George Bird, who died shortly after last year’s show.Share this imageColin Bird, chairman of Cowdenbeath Horticultural Society, ... [Published Central Fife Times - 3 hours ago]
First reported Sep 29 2014 - Updated Sep 29 2014 - 1 reports

Robertson hails display as Dundee High hold Kelso

With a record of won one, lost one against Borders clubs since the beginning of their BT National Division 1 campaign three weeks ago, Dundee High Rugby completed the set with a hard-earned draw at Poynder Park against Kelso.Alistair Grieve had a try ... [Published Tayside and Fife Courier - Sep 29 2014]
First reported Sep 29 2014 - Updated Sep 29 2014 - 1 reports

6pts Turn Flyers' Season

Monday, September 29th 2014 05:05A double from local boy Stephen Gunn helped secure a historic night for the Fife Flyers in Belfast.The Kirkcaldy side won 6-1 at the home of the Giants, their first victory there, after going 1-0 down early on.Gunns goals, ... [Published Kingdom FM - Sep 29 2014]
First reported Sep 29 2014 - Updated Sep 29 2014 - 1 reports

4000 on Kirkcaldy's Orange Walk

AN ORANGE Walk which took place in Kirkcaldy on Saturday has raised concerns about whether religious and political parades should be kept away from the Lang Toun.The march was the first of its kind in 12 years and it passed peacefully through the town ... [Published Fife Today - Sep 29 2014]
First reported Sep 28 2014 - Updated Sep 28 2014 - 1 reports

A fairytale brought to life in Kirkcaldy

We’ve all heard the story of Rapunzel, locked in a tower and having to throw down her long hair to be rescued by a prince.But next week, the Grimm fairytale comes to the Adam Smith Theatre with a bit of a difference.balletLORENT brings its captivating ... [Published Fife Today - Sep 28 2014]
First reported Sep 27 2014 - Updated Sep 27 2014 - 1 reports

Cleaning up Kirkcaldy’s Rabbit Braes

Despite the damp and overcast day, the autumn clean-up at Rabbit Braes in Kirkcaldy on Saturday was a success, with many local people turning out to help clear up the area.The litter pick-up was supported by the 24th Fife Beaver group, based in the Templehall ... [Published Fife Today - Sep 27 2014]
First reported Sep 27 2014 - Updated Sep 27 2014 - 1 reports

Plan to take Kirkcaldy memorial gardens out of the shade

It is one of Kirkcaldy’s most prominent public spaces, but now plans have been unveiled to bring the town’s Memorial Gardens out of the shade and into the light.Detailed proposals have been revealed that could result in £25,000 worth of lighting installed ... [Published Tayside and Fife Courier - Sep 27 2014]
First reported Sep 26 2014 - Updated Sep 26 2014 - 1 reports

A first-time campaign I will never forget ...

A young Kirkcaldy activist has vowed to continue campaigning for an independent Scotland.First time campaigner Connor Bruce (22) regularly attended public meetings and put in hours leafleting ahead of the Referendum.He loved being part of the Yes campaign ... [Published Fife Today - Sep 26 2014]
First reported Sep 26 2014 - Updated Sep 26 2014 - 1 reports

The changing face of Kirkcaldy’s harbour

Work has been ongoing to develop the site where Kirkcaldy’s new £17 million state-of-the-art flour mill has been built.Construction of the new Carr’s Flour Mill - the first to be built in Scotland in 30 years - began in July 2012 and it was completed ... [Published Fife Today - Sep 26 2014]
First reported Sep 25 2014 - Updated Sep 25 2014 - 1 reports

Kirkcaldy rolls out red carpet for film festival

VIP screenings, a full house and huge rise in ticket sales for second annual festivalWith a sell-out special screening ahead of a film’s world premiere and audience numbers up on last year, organisers of Kirkcaldy Film Festival are hailing the event a ... [Published Fife Today - Sep 25 2014]
First reported Sep 25 2014 - Updated Sep 25 2014 - 1 reports

Economist sees bright future for growing Kirkcaldy

Kirkcaldy remains one of the fastest-growing towns in Scotland and its potential for economic growth remains strong.That is the view of Scottish Government economist Richard Marsh, who told the Kirkcaldy business community the town centre has to carefully ... [Published Evening Telegraph - Sep 25 2014]
First reported Sep 23 2014 - Updated Sep 24 2014 - 2 reports

Man in hospital after fire in flat

The fire was at a flat in Kirkcaldy's Links Street A man in his 60s has been taken to hospital suffering from the effects of smoke inhalation following a fire in a ground floor flat in Fife.A refuse collector raised the alarm at the property on Links ... [Published BBC - Sep 23 2014]

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"We had 4000 people who wanted to participate in the march and we will exercise our right to parade. If people can march for gay pride, we can march for Protestant rights."
"In the circumstances we felt that it was appropriate that Kingdom, as one of the region's biggest employers with 350 staff, should adopt the principle of the living wage in recognition of the efforts made by all our staff in successfully attaining our goals."
"This was a deliberate and callous act of animal cruelty against a defenceless young bird and we welcome McMahon's conviction."
...He announced: "Can I first of all say to the supporters of Leicester City football club, I’m sure you are enjoying being in Manchester... and anyone who gets the figures ‘5-3’ into their speeches gets an extra 30 seconds from the chair." Andrew Marr has used his new novel, Head of State, to pay off at least one personal score, as he had no compunction about revealing at a meeting on the...

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Colour was the name of the game as the Cowdenbe... [Published Central Fife Times - 3 hours ago]
Orkney hospital retrains staff after nosebleed ... [Published Edinburgh Evening News - 15 hours ago]
Hugh Reilly: Weighing up blame of male obesity [Published The Scotsman - 16 hours ago]
Orkney hospital retrains staff after patient death [Published The Scotsman - 21 hours ago]
The answers to West Lothian Question [Published Tayside and Fife Courier - Sep 29 2014]
Fife Flyers claim famous win at Belfast Giants [Published Tayside and Fife Courier - Sep 29 2014]
Robertson hails display as Dundee High hold Kelso [Published Tayside and Fife Courier - Sep 29 2014]
6pts Turn Flyers' Season [Published Kingdom FM - Sep 29 2014]
4000 on Kirkcaldy's Orange Walk [Published Fife Today - Sep 29 2014]
Chloramphenicol to buy, generic Chloramphenicol... [Published Student Village - Sep 28 2014]
A fairytale brought to life in Kirkcaldy [Published Fife Today - Sep 28 2014]
"The Absolute Top End Of Cruelty": Inside Psych... [Published Esquire UK - Sep 28 2014]
A giant leap for little Katie [Published Fife Today - Sep 27 2014]
Cleaning up Kirkcaldy’s Rabbit Braes [Published Fife Today - Sep 27 2014]
Plan to take Kirkcaldy memorial gardens out of ... [Published Tayside and Fife Courier - Sep 27 2014]
More Radical Thinking Needed On Poverty [Published Kingdom FM - Sep 27 2014]
A first-time campaign I will never forget ... [Published Fife Today - Sep 26 2014]
National Camping Competition 2014 [Published Scouts - Scotland - Sep 26 2014]
Another housing association becomes living wage... [Published 24dash.com - Sep 26 2014]
There’s a new spirit we cannot let go ... [Published Fife Today - Sep 26 2014]
Scotland +Venice 2014 programme announced [Published Urban Realm - Sep 26 2014]
Havelock Europa : shares hit by slowdown in edu... [Published 4 Traders - Sep 26 2014]
Borders, ports and Scotland’s double peripherality [Published Seatrade Global - Sep 26 2014]
Sun shines on Selkirk rally - but will fortune ... [Published Southern Reporter - Sep 26 2014]
Dundee HSFP face tough challenge at Kelso [Published Tayside and Fife Courier - Sep 26 2014]
Huddersfield's Arnold Clark dealership wins award [Published Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Sep 26 2014]
The changing face of Kirkcaldy’s harbour [Published Fife Today - Sep 26 2014]
Lochgelly girl grabs dream role in Rapunzel [Published Central Fife Times - Sep 26 2014]
Election season is entering the homestretch [Published SoMdNews.com - Sep 26 2014]
Kirkcaldy minibus operator taken off the road [Published Tayside and Fife Courier - Sep 25 2014]
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I Went To See 77 People Get "Yes Scotland" Tatt... [Published BuzzFeed - Latest - Sep 17 2014]
The queue was around the block for Yes tattoos in Kirkcaldy. Let’s just hope they don’t change their minds. Last night Yes voters gathered outside Spaghetti Tattoos in the coastal town of Kirkcaldy. They were there to get Yes Scotland tattoos at two ...
Bagehot: How a nation went mad [Published The Economist - Britain - Sep 11 2014]
A FEW months back, when the prospect of Britain being dismembered on September 18th still looked slim, Bagehot attended a gathering at a church in Kirkcaldy that filled him with dread. A giant Saltire had been projected onto the altar, where the father ...
Police reform: Murders and acquisitions [Published The Economist - Britain - Jun 26 2014]
Force marriageMIKAEEL KULAR, a three-year-old boy, was reported missing from his home in Edinburgh on January 16th. His body was found in woods in Kirkcaldy, across the Firth of Forth, the next day. His mother has been charged with his murder. Policing ...
Michael Perelman: The Fraud of Adam Smith’s Pin... [Published naked capitalism - Jun 18 2014]
Yves here. Michael Perelman sent me a long essay which serves as the basis for an upcoming talk on the actual state of “factories” in Adam Smith’s Scotland and how the charming tale of his pin factory fit into the manufacturing of his day. I’ve taken ...
Peter Foster: Biting the (invisible) hand that ... [Published National Post | Full Comment » Full Comment - Apr 24 2014]
In 2001, Adam Smith finally made it to the silver screen of the theatre named after him at his birthplace in Kirkcaldy, Scotland. He was mentioned in that year’s winner of the Best Picture Oscar, A Beautiful Mind. Smith’s name emerged from the mouth ...
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