Bonnie babies, pies and guide dogs, red roses, toy crossbows and Scotland's best park, as well as a new bar and restaurant and the return of the Outwith Festival, it's all in tomorrow's Press. 

We've also got a new soft play centre for Dunfermline, Woodmill mums raising over £15,000, the latest on our We Need to Talk mental health campaign, Christmas lights, the stalled supermarkets plan and lots of sport. 

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

* New Lidl and M&S Foodhall plans stall 

* Woodmill mums help raise £15,000 for fire-hit school

* New restaurant and bar to open on Friday

* Saying it with roses as Muslims share the love

* Play Planet set to blast off in Dunfermline

* Family of former yard worker killed by asbestos seek answers

* It's lighting up time in Kelty for Emily

* Return of Outwith shows 2020 vision

* Pars shock Scottish Cup exit was 'unacceptable'

* Sailor violently attacked by woman on night out in Dunfermline

* Spartans gymnasts spring to national success 

* Epic adventure was 'phenomenal tribute' to Dougie

* Concern for West Fife branches as TSB announce closures

* Signs are good to prevent more suicides

* Festive £13,000 giveaway thanks to co-operative effort

* BBC Coast star has story to tell in Dunfermline

* Italian job as Rory the racing star represents GB

* Nursery worker slapped toddler

* Calvin's Carnegie creation nears completion

* Anti-freeze brandished at police in garage stand-off

* Dunfermline plan revenge mission after Orkney end winning run

* Charity mourns death of long-serving volunteer

* Let there be Christmas lights in Dalgety Bay 

* Woman who battered kids finally jailed 

* Audrey goes from baking to braving the shave

* Fife rail services are at the 'back of the queue'

* 'Make our play parks smoke free'

* Plans to restore contaminated old Comrie mine

* The Glen is honoured with best park in Scotland title

* Stop passing buck in oil spill inquiry

And that's not all. We're down to the final 10 in our Bonnie Babies competition, which has a £300 cash prize to be won, and we've got eight pages of puzzles.

There's also our lively letters page, image of the week, memory lane, 10 pages of sport and our communities page. 

Don't forget to pick up your copy tomorrow.