Don’t miss tomorrow’s Dunfermline Press which is packed with news, sport, business, entertainment and all that’s going on in Dunfermline and West Fife, including a tribute to Pars oldest fan and the top 10 in our Bonnie Babies competition. 

Here’s just some of the stories making the news this week.

* Plan for more homes in Aberdour

* The art teacher sending little boats around the world

* Queensferry Crossing closures ahead

* Inkcredible artists move into the woods

* Two in hospital after Dunfermline road smash

* Pars legend Roy Barry on link between football and dementia

* ‘You stabbed me you b******’

* Peacock tale a fitting tribute to Clive

* Oakley goalkeeper catches six game ban

* Crush Hour: Are Fifers paying ‘bridge tax’? 

* Queensferry Crossing fatal accident inquiry 

* Double blow as 401 jobs lost

* Pubs can be ‘solution’ to booze problems

* May’s £30,000 labour of love

* Threat of court action over Mossmorran flaring

* Christmas lights up Kelty, Crossgates and Kincadine

* £13,000 benefits cheat avoids jail

We’ve also got business news, image of the week, a very lively letters page, memory lane and more. 

There’s also our entertainment section with the latest on Oskar Braves, Alhambra’s ambitious plans for a performing arts centre and Carnegie Hall’s festive programme. 

In sport we’ve got wakeboarding at Townhill, a kickboxing world champ, gold medal winning Acrobay gymnasts, karate kids, cycle speedway, rugby, football, swimming, badminton and athletics. 

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