SCOTTISH Secretary and Dumfriesshire MP David Mundell was at the heart of the Brexit discussions in government this week.
CONSTITUENCY boundaries for the region are set to be redrawn again, with Dumfriesshire linked up with Lanarkshire South East to form a new Westminster seat.
AN AMBITIOUS Annan teenager, who has been registered blind for most of his life, is taking the first steps towards what he hopes will be a political career.
UP TO £800 million is expected to be invested in the Chapelcross site over the next few decades, resulting in the creation of thousands of new jobs.
ANNAN will need £10 million of funding to help mitigate the impact of Pinneys closing and the loss of 450 jobs.
GAME changing, a one off opportunity, a shot in the arm, once in a generation — there was a lot of buzz about the Borderlands deal this week.
THE Secretary of State for Scotland and the President of NFU Scotland are set to take part in a special ‘Question Time’ style event in Dumfries next week which will focus on the potential effects of Brexit on the country’s rural industries.
PARENTS in Moffat have been left reeling after the town’s only childcare centre for 0- 16s revealed it’s set to close with the loss of ten jobs.
A MINE clearance charity has told visiting Government ministers how it has delivered £5 million of business to local firms in the last ten years.
LAST week’s General Election was a double first for cub reporter JOSEPH GARTLY, 19, as he cast his debut vote and then worked through the night at the count.
He explains what it was like to be in the thick of it.
THE POLITICAL map of the south of Scotland turned blue overnight as the Conservatives won all three Westminster seats in the General Election.
FLAGS are today flying at half mast around the region after the Manchester attacks last night.
SCOTTISH Labour’s candidate in Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale did not follow the party line when he backed independence in the 2014 referendum.
ONE of the region’s MPs has confirmed he will stand again in the June General Election.
DUMFRIESSHIRE MP David Mundell today described the atmosphere in London following yesterday’s terror attack on the capital.
BOTH the region’s MPs are safe following the incident at Westminster this afternoon.
DUMFRIESSHIRE MP David Mundell is backing Theresa May to become the next leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister.
MPS representing this region were split in the vote over Syrian airstrikes.
ONSHORE wind farm expansion in Dumfries and Galloway looks set to slow down when subsidies are withdrawn for new schemes.