Don't forget your copy of the Central Fife Times, out tomorrow, with a picture special of the John Thomson Memorial Tournament and Cowdenbeath Flower show.

We've also got a competition to win tickets for a Rebus stage show in Edinburgh, the latest on the 900 homes for Kelty, the butcher with the vital spark in Lochgelly and the karting Scottish champ. 

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

* Minister challenged over Mossmorran

* Sharon never woke up

* Union slams 'bonkers' high school budget cuts

* 'Peter was an inspiration, he was my Braveheart' 

* Drop In to find the secret of our success

* Thomson wins as festival remembers football legend

* Growing gains in Beautiful Fife awards

* Michelle takes steps to remember 'best friend'

* Cowden aim to be on top of the Toon

* Kelty's 900 new homes delayed

* Speed Cameron action as Willacy defends crown

* Death threat made in charity shop 

* Stroke victim Davie back on Kiltwalk trail

* Joshua karts away title

* Leo Sayer comes to play

* Meat the man with the vital spark

* Derby delight for Haws

* Willie wants ex-miners to get in touch 

* Was Churchill LP band's finest hour? 

* Flowering glory at Cowdenbeath show

* Rubbish news as Fife takes £1m hit 

* Michael heads down under for Invictus Games

* The 46th see the light

* No Moodie blues as Gordon takes the title 

* 'Be bold' on climate change

And that's not all.

We've also got five pages of sport, our much-loved puzzles page, image of the week, memory lane, letters, politician's opinion (why Labour should say sorry over schools), entertainment and communities pages. 

Make sure you get your copy.