Tomorrow's paper has two competitions, gala picture specials, our mental health campaign, our ents section, a big move down south for a West Fife footballer and, erm coos and driverless buses.

Here's a sneak peek at some of the stories making the news in Dunfermline and West Fife this week. 

* MP to drive change with test centre petition

* Holyrood funding for high schools expected after the summer

* Bus with no driver heading your way ... 

* Plan for 92 homes knocked back

* Emma races to thrilling Euro silver

* Twins couldn't be separated in their first class degrees 

* Eyesore Rosyth pub is finally demolished 

* Oskar Braves the PJ Molloy's crowds

* Woman claimed £11k in benefits while working at golf club

* Mental health services for young people are 'cracking at the seams' 

* Robyn answers Scotland Euro under-19s call

* 'Homophobic blood donor ban must end'

* Move to scrap Sunday parking charges delayed

* Kings of New York: Moonlight Zoo take Manhattan

* Woman stole £180 of goods in self-scanning till scam

* New Year jaw breaker lands in court

* Wrong bin culrpits are 'damaging the planet' 

* William saddles up for Transplant Games

* Memorial match on Saturday for Connor Law

* Toffees move is sweet for Lucy

* Rosemary's Flame of Hope after surviving cancer

* Couple could be forced to restore house knocked down by 'mistake'

* Coos moo-ve back into Public Park

* Paul in a good cause as Par Paton aims high

* Jackpot as Kelty neighbours wins £30k each in lottery

* Deputy leader of Fife Tories suspended

* 'Senseless' vandalism at Crossford Village Hall

* Funding to try and save fire-hit old primary school

* Hole lot of trouble in Viewfield will cost £50,000 to fix

* Police forced to use CS spray on Rosyth man

* 'I can understand why people think planning system is criminal'

And that's not all. We've also got an eight pages sports section, our puzzles page, memory lane, image of the week and a lively letters page, with everything from divebombing seagulls, the wonder that is the NHS, yoga classes, planning matters and getting pestered on the High Street up for discussion this week! 

The Press is out tomorrow.