FORMER staff may be hauled in for a ‘robust’ investigation into a roads contract which has left the council £3.5 million out of pocket.
INCREDIBLY humbled, that’s how two Annandale men connected to the Lockerbie Air Disaster feel after being offered the title of Member of the British Empire in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
A DELEGATION from Uganda visited Annandale on Tuesday to find out more about how rubbish is processed locally.
WREATH laying ceremonies took place yesterday in Annan, Moffat, Castle Douglas and Dumfries.
Officials, veterans and members of the public got together to remember the sacrifices on the beaches of Normandy 75 years ago today.
PALS Graham Smith, left, of Lochmaben and Hardip Atwal, from Annan, this week launched their 2019 fundraising multicultural ball.
AN Annan outreach service is being held up as an shining example of ways to combat social isolation.
REINDEER, Christmas trees and Santa Claus might not be the first things that come to mind when you think about Easter and springtime.
ANNAN Athletic is one of the only clubs in Scotland to voice their support for adopting strict liability to deal with fan behaviour.
THE former Pinneys’ food processing factory in Annan has sold.
ANNAN Academy has achieved an overall satisfactory result in a recent inspection.
A £1.5 million grant to support town centres is coming to Dumfires and Galloway.
EMERGENCY repairs have saved a historic Annan church from a potential catastrophe.
CHILDREN and staff at an Annan nursery are celebrating after receiving a glowing report from inspectors and being singled out as a Scottish example of good practice.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a break-in at an Annan convenience store.
ANNAN Rugby Club captain Craig McCann reached a proud milestone last weekend as he made it 300 appearances for the first team.
MAJOR roadworks on Annan High Street look set to cause seven weeks of disruption to town centre traffic.
A KEEN bird watcher from Annan was delighted to see a rare bird stop off in her garden last week.
A THREE vehicle fire was ‘targeted’ and ‘deliberate’ believes an Annan garage owner, who saw his vehicles go up in smoke at the weekend.
A WELL respected former auctioneer has been honoured with a lifetime achievement award.
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.
THIS week is the beginning of the end at Annan fish factory Pinneys.
TWO women from Annan are celebrating success at a major powerlifting competition.
A HECTIC eight months has resulted in an Annan DJ’s meteoric resurgence in the world of techno.
Development kicked off this week at the old Carrs Billington site in Annan.
ANNAN will need £10 million of funding to help mitigate the impact of Pinneys closing and the loss of 450 jobs.
IT WAS a red carpet dream for Springfield’s Cody Mitchell as his debut film hit Netflix.
A LARGE number of canisters thought to be packed with nitrous oxide have been found in Annan.
AROUND 75 people attended a public consultation at the weekend to discuss the future of Annan High Street and wider town centre.
PINNEYS staff have received an ‘absolute commitment’ from Business Minister Paul Wheelhouse that politicians are working together to protect local jobs
AN EXPANDING Annan smoked salmon company has gone public as a potential buyer for the Pinneys factory.