Don't forget to pick up a copy of the Central Fife Times tomorrow with the latest on the water problems at Lochore Meadows, the Mossmorran shut-down and the promise of a better rail service in Fife. 

In sport we've got the build-up to a huge Scotland v England clash, the history making Hill of Beath Haws and the three and easy Blue Brazil who are enjoying some home comforts in the league. 

And we've also packed in picture specials on the Zodiac School of Dance, Bark in the Park and Nardone's Academy of Performing Arts production of Legally Blonde, as well as our puzzles page, walk down memory lane, image of the week, a lively letters page and politician's column. 

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

* Public backing brings big cash donation in memory of Robbie

* Driver who cut through park in chase is jailed

* Prestigious award for inspirational Kelty woman

* Plant to remain shut until November 

* Dirty Harry gig set to make your day

* Weekend rail 'chaos' is last straw for angry MSP

* Fraser's on the spot as Cowden move up to third

* Benarty Community Fund is making a difference

* £240,000 scheme will book in to Lochgelly library for cancer support

* Academy rewards as blonde ambition pays off

* Crossgates man exposed himself to six-year-old girl

* Cowdenbeath's ready to run its first 5k

* Kelty Hearts prepare for 'one of our biggest ever games'

* Bogus caller robs pensioner

* Tail of Bark in the Park is a huge success

* Underfire ScotRail chief promises 5,000 extra seats on Fife trains

* Residents ballot to decide Johnston Park saga

* We'll make Headway with more volunteers

* Oh yes it is ... Aladdin comes to the Alhambra

* Police welcome drop in violent crime

* Haws make history on Scottish Cup journey

* Kelty woman bombarded ex-partner with phone calls