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.
PEOPLE-POWER is being used in the Annan area to combat a growing litter problem.
A BOAT building project in Annan has gained more backing — allowing a small team of school pupils to come on board.
MEMORIES and stories about the history of Chapelcross are being sought for by a Canadian university student.
A GUIDE towards a long-term vision for a nuclear power plant site near Annan has been agreed.
THE SECRETARY of State for Scotland does not believe radioactive waste from nuclear submarines will be stored at Chapelcross near Annan.
A FORMER nuclear power station could be transformed into a tree-lined boulevard within the next 100 years.
ACTION is being urged by the Scottish Government to rule out Chapelcross in Annan as a site for storing waste from 27 nuclear submarines.