In tomorrow's paper we've got a new pub for Dunfermline, proposals for a Pars academy in Rosyth, a dram fine whisky firm and Costa Coffee coming to the Bay. 

There's a warning for dog owners after an incident with the Glen's peacocks, what could be a long wait for flood works in Rosyth, roadwork delays, a disgusting court story and the councillor representing her constituents from 50-plus miles away. 

You can vote for your Perfect Pet in tomorrow's Press with 20 cute and furry friends fighting for the title and the £350 first prize PLUS our popular Puzzles pull-put is packed with more than 50 brainteasers.

Here are some of the headlines in tomorrow's edition. 

* Our whisky business is a dram come true

* Pars to share training ground and set up academy in Rosyth? 

* Dog owners warned as peacocks released in the Glen

* Man put excrement in mouth and threatened to spit at police officers

* Cheers. New bar set to open in Dunfermline

* Council say sorry in a roundabout way for roadwork delays

* So what happens when the high schools close? 

* Councillor 'still committed' to Dunfermline ward despite moving to Galashiels

* Kelty Hearts seek SFA exemption ahead of 'biggest games in our history'

* Warning of flaring ahead of £140m improvement works

* Dunfermline sees 480 per cent increase in cycling

* We'll drive-thru plans to bring Costa Coffee to the Bay

* Rugby clubs to try again after a year without a game

* Rich list reveals Fife Council chief was paid £200k last year

* 'Legal action should be taken to clear up Lathalmond eyesore'

* Lockdown led to fewer deaths and safer roads in Fife

* Bus driver dies after losing long battle with Covid-19

* Dunfermline house prices up by 12 per cent

* Video tech firm in Dalgety Bay is taken over

* Council may take a fence amid threat of enforcement action

* Inverkeithing man caught in sex chats with '12 year-old'

* Water works in Kelty to last for four weeks

* Pars away day blues must be banished if we're to get into play-offs

* 'I shouldn't need to give my date of birth to get my bin lifted'

* Empty shops in West Fife to be used as vaccination clinics

* 'No firm timescales' for flood works in Rosyth

And that's not all. We've also got our letters page, image of the week and our Home magazine, as well as six pages of sport.