Don't miss tomorrow's Dunfermline Press which is packed full of all the latest news and sport, including a call to arms to help save services at Queen Margaret Hospital. 

We've also got a former dockyard worker's stunning first work of art, the school that's taking a half day on Fridays, sailors in pink bras and why a photo from 1974 delighted Sir Alex Ferguson. 

Here are just some of the stories making the news this week.

* Duloch nursery places 'pulled from a hat'

* Cross-party support for hospice garden campaign

* Summer music festival for Rosyth 

* Woman faints on 'overcrowded' train

* Crossford pensioner robbed at knifepoint

* 'I still have nightmares about Craig Faulconbridge!'

* St Columba's half day 'not down to money'

* 'He pinched my bum and I lost my job too'

* Shambolics chasing dream music prize

* We're not stopping speeding drivers

* Break-ins at schools and Stephens drive-thru

* The Beat to play at PJ Molloys

* Brian's written books about his paranormal encounters

* Kelty Hearts on brink of promotion

* Food and craft weekend picture special 

* Deal me in: Pars in talks with out of contract stars

* Dunfermline man denies rape and sexual assault

* Jobson to release 'love letter' to hero

* Cycling clubs get £30,000

* Kincardine power station up for sale

* Pool stars cue up Euro success

* Council told to say sorry over flats paint job

* Stables owner accused of causing unnecessary suffering to horses

* Having a ball at St Margaret's Football Festival

And we've also got 10 pages of sport, our much-loved puzzles page, business news, our tipster column, image of the week, memory lane, letters and communities pages and our entertainment section. 

Make sure you get your copy tomorrow.