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Dunfermline Press: Rosyth girl 'lucky to be alive' after playpark accident

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DON’T miss tomorrow’s Dunfermline Press, featuring a free 16-page Festivals special plus our usual eight pages of puzzles. 

We’ve got plenty of news for you, from new high schools and an appeal to stop a charity closing through to a brilliant kid rocker and the piper dropping by for a Hollywood star’s birthday. 

Also inside this week’s edition: 

* Two-year-old ‘lucky to be alive’ after playpark accident

* Drunken youths cause trouble in Inverkeithing

* ‘It’s brilliant, it’s the news we’ve all been waiting for’

* Nicole in line for relay shot at Olympics

* Superheroes assemble – to jump out of a plane

* John’s memories of Cream’s 1967 gig in Dunfermline in new book

* Case for the £180m schools campus to be made

* Sex offender’s tag on hold as he flees to England

* More than 10,000 potholes filled but roads still ‘not up to standard’ 

* Dads army will take a hike for the good of our health

* The tale of the dolphin who came Forth to play

* Protesters call for Mossmorran plants to be shut down

* Petition calls on Fife Council to solve ‘intolerable’ seagulls problem

* No sex please, this is Dalgety Bay 

* Memory Lane and letters pages

* Image of the Week

* 6-page Sport section



* Roadworks are roundabout six months late

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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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