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Don’t forget your copy of the Dunfermline Press tomorrow which has the story of the little five-year-old girl who was left with a broken femur after ‘out of control’ dogs hurtled into her in Aberdour. 

We’ve also got a competition to win a lockdown survival pack worth £250 of goodies, including an Amazon Echo Dot, Dolce Gusto coffee machine, Bedrock Gin and Glen Scotia malt whisky, and our eight page foodies guide and eight pages of puzzles, containing more than 50 brain teasers. 

Here are some of the stories making the news this week: 

* Jobs boost with rail hub for Longannet

* Man sentenced to six years in prison after sexual assaults on two women

* Black Lives Matter protest in Glen on Saturday

* ‘Stephen’s life meant something’

* It’s child’s play but we feared for business

* MSP: ‘It’s incredible we don’t know how many hospital patients were moved to Fife care homes without a Covid test’

* Inspiring Dunfermline duo are finalists in national awards

* Nurse Katie’s car gets the ‘pimp my ride’ experience

* Plan to extend hours of High Street pedestrianisation

* Main airlifted to hospital after 30 feet fall from cliff

* No sanctuary due to fright on the tiles

* Clowning around is just what the doctors ordered

* Hip and knee ops back on the table 

* Glen’s singing is the talk of the Bay

* New gym will fit right in at Pitreavie

* You can Eat Out To Help Out in West Fife 

* Dunfermline Rugby Club needs new direction

* MP slams Ryanair as ‘plane’ irresponsible

* Eilidh’s got time to chase her Olympic dream

* Sports trust appeals for funding to keep pools and centres open

* ‘I’m still waiting for Fergie’s food bill’

* Ice sensors to be fitted to Queensferry Crossing

* ‘You’re stealing our sunshine’

* Pars hope for Caley fanfare at season’s opener

* Lockdown leads to delay on deciding where new Inverkeithing High will go

* Puppy dog eyes as charity hit by cash woes 

* Rory the racing star is revving up for a return

* Protesters call for closure of Mossmorran

* Shmooz donates the essentials to Rosyth EATS

* Pizza delivery driver who killed pensioner jailed for three years

* Toys in the pram as playtime is delayed

* Postie says that Royal Mail are not delivering for West Fife

* Diamond duo have played their cards right for 60 years 

* ‘Staggering’ £6m spent on private contract staff for NHS Fife

* Boots shoplifter going straight 

* Athletic set for testing time with Wasps

* ‘Disgusting’ drunken attack on partner at North Queensferry hotel

And that’s not all. We’ve also got a lively letters page – Sir Billy Connolly gets a mention this week – and some lovely images of the week, as well as memory lane and six pages of sport. 

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Resident-led action group seeking redress from the long-term social, health and environmental impacts from the Mossmorran facilities in Central Fife operated by ExxonMobil (Fife Ethylene Plant) and Shell (Fife NGL).


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