THREE timber routes in the region are to get £860,000 of work to strengthen them, widen corners and provide passing places.
DUMFRIES and Galloway Council have built up debts totalling £224.534 million, as a result of borrowing for major projects, including Dumfries Learning Town.
EDUCATION officials this week admitted they have no idea when the crisis hit super school in Dumfries will reopen after 1200 faults were found there.
‘INTRUSIVE checks’ of every fitting in every room have been taking place at a crisis hit school in Dumfries this week, as investigations into the failings at the North West Campus continue.
PUPILS affected by the emergency closure of the brand new North West Community Campus will be back in the classroom tomorrow.
DOG fouling is the biggest problem in Annandale and Eskdale, according to residents.
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.
WASTE recycling centres in Dumfries and Galloway will remain open following “positive discussions”. Earlier this year waste recycling firm Renewi announced their intention to end a loss-making Private Finance Initiative (PFI) contract with Dumfries and Galloway Council, claiming they were unable to meet legal changes on new landfill diversion and recycling requirements. Last month the […]
THE official public inquiry into the controversial £25 million flood protection scheme for the Whitesands will begin on November 6.
WORRIED parents are demanding answers about the safety of a new Dumfries super school following an alleged ceiling collapse this week.
PRIVATE water supplies in the region have been affected by the spate of good weather.
KIRKCUDBRIGHT’S new flagship Galleries will officially open today after nearly 20 years in the making.
SCHOOL holidays will stay more or less the same in the next three years, despite a large scale consultation on possible changes.
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A 400 PAGE report on the saga of DG One, including 34 recommendations, was presented to councillors in Dumfries this afternoon.
THE FINAL report of an independent inquiry into the controversial DG One leisure centre will be put before councillors next week.
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.