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News from Dunfermline

A decade after The Da Vinci Code, is Rosslyn Chapel still a tourist draw?
Aberdeen Asset Management reports a sharp drop in revenue, profits and assets in its portfolio of investments.
An animal welfare charity has criticised Edinburgh Zoo's latest attempt to produce a panda cub through artificial insemination.
The funeral of an Afghanistan veteran who died after collapsing during the London Marathon will be held in Fife.
A childminder tells the Liam Fee murder trial how she had concerns about the toddler.
Pet dogs are being used in an Edinburgh University research project to look at the effects of vitamin D on their health.
Wind turbines produced enough electricity to meet the needs of more than three-quarters of Scottish households in April, figures reveal.
Archaeologists working with communities along Scotland's west coast record more than 100 shipwrecks and maritime artefacts.
Two teenagers are arrested in connection with an attempted murder outside a shop in Fife.
Hibernian will face Raith Rovers in the Premiership play-off after failing to beat Queen of the South by a big enough margin.
League Two champions East Fife are held at home by bottom side East Stirlingshire, who face a play off against Edinburgh City.
Mark McGuigan's solitary strike is enough to seal Stranraer a promotion play-off place and consign Cowdenbeath to a relegation play-off.
Champions Dunfermline Athletic beat Peterhead before being presented with the Scottish League One trophy.
Celtic manager Ronny Deila insists he "never lost the dressing room" after his side all but seal another Premiership title.
Defending champions Celtic all but seal a fifth straight Scottish top-flight title by beating Hearts at Tynecastle.
Edinburgh City will play East Stirlingshire in the League Two play-off after completing an aggregate victory over Cove Rangers.
Munster boost their hopes of securing a European Champions Cup spot and dent Edinburgh's qualification prospects in Cork.
Hearts will continue to search overseas because Scottish players are often too expensive, says head coach Robbie Neilson.