Cupar


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Cupar

(ko͞o`pər), town (1991 pop. 6,642), Fife, Scotland. Cupar was a royal burgh in 1356; it remains the administrative center of Fife. The town is a grain and livestock market, with tanning, agricultural engineering, and milling industries.
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North East Fife MSP Rod Campbell backed plans to close 10 sheriff courts - including Cupar in his constituency.
Little had wired up a hidden camcorder above his stepdaughter's bed in Cupar, Fife.
Four students from Elmwood College in Cupar, Fife, have been reprimanded after police were called to the site in Stonehaven, Kincardineshire.
Funeral director Sandy, 42, was representing the Cupar Angling Club along with his dad, Sandy, 70, both from Lochgelly, and Gary Williamson from Loanhead, Edinburgh.
Shehadjustbeguna a course in child care at Elmwood College in nearby Cupar.
Total quantity or scope of tender: New build consists of 8 flats which is being constructed at the back of Cupar County Buildings,old building to be demolished as per drawings.
Crews were called to the fire in the stairwell of the block in Cupar, Fife, shortly before 9.
Friends say she had just begun a college course in Child Care at Elmwood College in Cupar, Fife.
Contractor address : Unit 2 Riverside,Ct, Cupar, Fife,
McGinn, 48, from Ladybank, appeared at Cupar Sheriff Court for a pre-trial hearing yesterday.
The cash will be spent on building a major new extension to its existing plant in Cupar, Fife.
Jefferson Kettles, 18, was driving on the A91 near the Scottish Deer Centre outside Cupar, Fife, on Monday when his Peugeot 206 hit a Peugeot 207 shortly before 8am.