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Dunfermline Press

Dunfermline Press
The Dunfermline Press and West Fife Advertiser (commonly known as the Dunfermline Press in Scotland and simply The Press in the Dunfermline area) is a weekly Scottish broadsheet newspaper, based in Dunfermline, Fife. With average sales of 21,852 the newspaper is read by more people in the Dunfermline area than the other quality newspapers combined. When included with the other local newspapers owned and published by the Dunfermine Press Group, such as the Central Fife Times and the Fife and Kinross Extra, the Dunfermline Press Group claim to reach over 100,000 readers in East Central Scotland. The Dunfermline Press was founded in 1859 by the Romanes family, who still own the newspaper today. The group owns several other local newspapers, including the Border Telegraph and Stirling News and increased their portfolio by 14 when taking over Berkshire Regional Newspapers from Trinity Mirror. In 2005 the group acquired its first company outwith newspapers when it bought Your Radio FM.

Website: http://www.dunfermlinepress.com/

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