A MOVE to include gender neutral toilets in all new schools has seen Dumfries and Galloway Council praised by the region’s LGBT community.
COUNCIL Tax will rise by three per cent this year for households in Dumfries and Galloway.
PARTS of the north Solway are at risk of becoming known as the ‘Plastic Coast,’ it has been claimed.
FUTURE development on 169 sites across the region has been agreed by councillors.
SHORTER summer holidays could be on the cards for the region’s pupils and teachers.
TWENTY-NINE-years ago today, Lockerbie was the town on everyone’s lips.
PERMISSION has been given for two more windfarms to be built at either ends of the region.
DnG MEDIA chief reporter AMANDA KENNEDY this week caught up with the Provost of Dumfries and Nithsdale Tracey Little to talk about all things Dumfries and what it means to her to be the second ever female to hold the historic role.
A DECISION on investment for a long-term solution to some of Annan’s flooding issues could be made within two months.
A £24 MILLION state-of-the-art learning campus in Dalbeattie has been officially handed over to Dumfries and Galloway Council.
TWENTY-SIX thousand potholes with a combined depth of over 1000m were reported in Dumfries and Galloway last year.
IS LOCKERBIE the town that Dumfries and Galloway Council forgot?
A CALL for a better approach to problem parking in Dumfries has been issued — sparked by £70 fines in council car parks.
A SERIES of events in south west Scotland have put business and the economy at the top of the agenda.
THE FINAL bill for DG One in Dumfries could reach £46 million — fuelling calls to axe the project and bulldoze the site.
LOCKERBIE Customer Service Centre is set to close for three weeks next month . ..and the town’s community council aren’t happy.
A REQUEST for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to investigate construction flaws at the region’s £17 million flagship leisure centre has been rejected.
A CELEBRATION of community pride took place in Dumfries last week — with awards handed out to businesses, towns and villages.
COMPULSORY repairs in a Dumfries street costing up to £70,000 could see landlords forced to dispose of their properties.
COUNCILLORS have renewed powers that will help in the fight against the illegal importation of puppies through the region’s ferry ports.
SEVEN school leaders from across Dumfriesshire have been recognised for attaining the Standard for Headship.
A BID by retail giant Next to move from Dumfries town centre to the Cuckoo Bridge retail park was today thrown out by councillors.
A NEW eco friendly roads concept is being trialled in Dumfries and Galloway in a bid to make local highways more durable.
A ‘COMMON sense’ compromise is being urged amid an outcry over plans to build houses on green space in the centre of Dumfries.
‘APRES-SKI’ could become a common expression in Dumfries — as a proposal is pitched to create an outdoor dry slope in the town
A TWO-YEAR bid to fix leaking properties in a Dumfries street has reached crisis point — after flooding forced one firm to switch off its electricity.
A DELEGATION from Norway is to explore moves to re-establish formal links with Dumfries.
AN OFFER of support is being extended to the 344 people who have formally objected to a £25 million Whitesands flood defence project.
A LAST ditch plea has been made by a pensioner who wants to build a house for his disabled wife.
AN OUTCRY has greeted plans to introduce a cycle lane and double yellow lines along a busy main road into Dumfries.