We've got a mum who was floored after her baby was born in a lift, why NHS heroes are sew grateful to a 96-year-old and Cowdenbeath FC looking for a first date. 

There's also the Kelty survivor who fears coronavirus is preventing early cancer diagnosis, the possibility of drones over Mossmorran and a worry that a crumbling wall will fall on graves. 

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

* Parents aim to raise £100,000 to replace 'awful' playpark

* 'Remarkable' Lily has been a busy sew and sew for NHS heroes 

* Dog foulers under fire

* Union says teachers won't go back to school 'until it is deemed safe'

* Crossgates pulling together as impact of virus hits home

* A real blow as pipers help out frontline workers

* Top marks for Margaret as former teacher hits 100

* Vital spark gave electrician Steve that first Racewall win

* Fife Council changes will help you waste away

* Lochgelly theatre out of action until 2021? 

* 'We laid mum to rest in March and every day we have to check the wall hasn't toppled on her'

* Councillor fumes after vandals strike at Kelty land art

* Covid-19 could be stopping the early detection of mouth cancer

* Alice wants you to take mental health in your stride

* New book on Blue Brazil captures 140 years of highs and lows

* Pubs are going to need 'intensive care' to survive Covid-19

* Politician's column: 'We must be prepared for second wave'

* Pregnant teenager accused of attacking lover with dog chain 

* MP: 'Remember the local businesses that helped you during lockdown'

And that's not all. We've also got puzzles, memory lane, image of the week as well as letters and district pages. 

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