Don't miss tomorrow's Dunfermline Press which is packed full of all the latest news and sport, including your chance to win a £50 restaurant voucher and a front page story on a truly horrific crime. 

We've also got an apology from ScotRail, a prickly problem in Rosyth, a knockout boxing feature on an Inverkeithing lad and Longannet jobs that could be arriving ahead of schedule. 

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

* Friend attacked with sword after peeing in cupboard

* Firm has just weeks to get £150,000 and stay open

* Sister act helped Michael get smiles better, now we want more donors

* Virgin Media blame residents for failure to connect 

* TV appeal to find the Crossford robber 'who almost killed my mum

* Pars come up for Ayr after four wins in a row

* Homes under the Brexit hammer

* Strictly speaking Rhianne's in the final'

* Pay out for axed Palmer & Harvey staff

* Harrison aims to be lord of the ring

* Thief's threat to torch house

* Prickly problem as hedgehogs wake up early

* Second best as Dobson targets title tilt next season

* MSP slams Mossmorran watchdog as 'toothless' 

* Alhambra favourite returns to Dunfermline 

* Lawrie load of joy as Primrose win in extra time

* Former worker scammed Amazon out of £7,500

* TV times as Starlets shine brightly on BBC new dance show

* Longannet train plant could run ahead of schedule

* Rosyth FC in limbo over Lidl deal 

* Water result for Niamh with GB call-up 

* Wheelchair basketball challenge for Crossgates kids

* Pitcorthie told there are 'no odour' issues 

* Deni's right royal introduction at King Tut's

* Town centre cash boost for Dunfermline? 

* We'll bill whoever's responsible for oil spill

* Dunfermline Central Mosque open about Islam

* Hospital porter's face burned after attack by drunken thug

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

Make sure you get your copy.