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3 hrs ago | Galloway Today
This year's Spring Fling visual art and craft event was the biggest ever with 40,000 studio visits and A 1.4 million brought in for the local economy.
7 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
In December 2006 an in-depth article appeared in this newspaper looking at the future prospects of the Scottish ski industry.
8 hrs ago | Falkirk Herald
A permanent memorial to a Spitfire pilot which features the propeller of the plane he was flying now has pride of place in a Braes village.
11 hrs ago | This Is Somerset
Mr Lochhead said farming had a key role in Scotland's economy, but claimed the sector had been "badly let down by a Westminster establishment that is obsessed with London and the South East".
A DISPUTE over fees for sculpting religious statues in Scotland led to the murder of a prominent Buddhist monk, a trial in China is expected to hear today.
IT WAS immortalised in the poem The Banks of the Nith by Robert Burns and is renowned for its beauty.
The search for new Children's Panel members in Dumfries and Galloway got underway today at the launch of a new campaign.
Police and Fire services are set to have their control rooms relocated this November following the formation of Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service in April 2013.
Dumfries and Galloway Council is to make a grant of A 37,000 to support this year's Wigtown Book Festival.
People in Dumfries and Galloway can find out more about college and university life at Skills Development Scotland's Higher Education Convention on Monday, September 8 at Easterbrook Hall, Dumfries.
FLOUNDER tramping returned to the Solway Firth with nearly 300 competitors from all over the country taking to the sands.
DGHP, the housing association at the centre of a procurement probe, was warned by a senior Dumfries & Galloway Council officer not to award a 38 million contract to builders R&D Construction on the grounds that it was the least qualified of the four competing bidders to complete the project.
John Lamomt, MP David Mundell and Tory candidate Alexander Burnett expressed exactly the same views and gave the same answers to identical referendum questions posed by allegedly different constituents in the leaflets which were issued to voters.
A Dumfries pensioner is looking for the female driver who left the scene of a crash with him before he could get her insurance details.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 01:03 pm
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