3 reviews of Dunfermline Press in English
Jobs in paper are depressing, always asking for hair dressers and taxi drivers. and the odd baker. not evey inspiring. not to worry, you turn the page and you hit the churches “where you are all welcome”. as long as you are not gay, With the usual local celebs, smilling into the camera, “look what i’m doing for the comminity”. it’s the same old stuff, very dull.
This newspaper is too parochial for its own good and doesn’t really delve into what’s going on into the ever-expanding community. We need some good old fashioned investigative journalism to weed out the real stories, not just the ones that suit the politics of the paper. A town the size of Dunfermline deserves a better newspaper.
publish one of the best weekly locals. the paper has a weekly competition paying out £100 in cash. Comperehansive coverage of local news as well as job vacancies and local properties for sale. Available to buy every thursday morning. Has a sister paper - fife and kinross extra which is a free publication
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