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We’ve teamed up with Dobbies Garden Centre and Sainsbury’s and five lucky readers will each win a £100 gift card to spend in Dobbie’s new look foodhall in Dunfermline. 

We’re also launching our popular Bonnie Babies competition and this year the top prize is £750 in cash. 

There are also plenty of stories in the paper, including the demise of Delivering Dunfermline and our local hero, JJ Chalmers, who’ll be on the TV strutting his stuff in Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday.

Here’s what’s making the news this week:  

* Stunning mural unveiled in Townhill to remember Robyn

* £20,000 raid on Kelty business

* ‘Intimidating? It’s only 10 million people watching me dance!’

* Dunfermline’s Not Delivering

* Appeal was a load of pants … and we’re delighted

* Co-op serves up new £900,000 store in Oakley

* Litter pick to make you sick as human faeces dumped in Inverkeithing

* Finlay helps shine a light on little known disorder

* Primrose stung by late goal but Hearts keep beating opposition

* Fife Council says sorry after ‘stinking’ bins not emptied

* Andy goes the distance in memory of his wife

* Jobs to go but Shell deny making ‘brutal’ cuts

* Teachers ‘very anxious’ about Covid in the classroom

* Woman, 74, dies after car hits a tree near Cairneyhill

* Council to spend £32,000 on Christmas lights for Dunfermline

* Football stars secure Wembley final date

* Cops pledge to fizzle out fireworks in Townhill

* ‘There’ll be more High Street casualties’ – Andrew Thomson store closes after 90 years

* Drunk football fan simulated sex on taxi bonnet

* Ryan rates share value in Athletic goal run

* Broomhall charity team raise £35,000

* Ladies who launch … their season with a win as Pars and Bayside triumph

* Tributes paid after death of police officer

* Protesters call for ‘direct action’ at Mossmorran

* Complaints about fly-tipping and dog fouling drop in Dunfermline

* Volunteers sought to help sports group hit Fleet Grounds goal

* Max factor: Cash will give me the Foundation to succeed

* It’s elementary as Watson reckons head boys will keep Pars on top

* Queen Anne High was worst hit by unfair grades

* Man behind bars after repeated assaults on pregnant partner

* Rapist weeps as judge tells him he’s going to prison

* ‘We’re not lovin’ it’ : Protest against McDonald’s plans

* Dannika’s set to nail her grand challenge

* Crawford aims to enjoy ‘home’ comforts at Alloa

* Man, 34, asked 13-year-old girl for a date and said: ‘Age doesn’t matter’

* MSP welcomes delay on alarming and costly new rules

* Violent crime on the rise in Dunfermline

* ‘Boy racer’ crashed after doing donuts at Fife Leisure Park

And that’s not all. We’ve also got a lively letters page, image of the week, eight pages of puzzles, memory lane – who remembers Graftons? – and an eight page Taste magazine. 

Don’t forget to pick up your copy tomorrow. 

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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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