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Norovirus closes two wards at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary

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Wards 12 and 18 at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary are currently closed due to confirmed Norovirus outbreak.

A total of nineteen patients and three members of staff have been affected since Friday 1 May.

It's believed the "winter vomiting bug" is circulating throughout Dumfries and Galloway at the moment.

Members of the public who have symptoms of vomiting and diarrhoea are asked not to visit the hospital until 48 hours after symptoms have resolved.

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Judy Murray teaches tennis in Dumfries and Galloway

Judy Murray with local residents in Dumfries and Galloway Credit: Tennis on the Road

Judy Murray, mum of former Wimbeldon Champion Andy, brought her Tennis on the Road programme back to Dumfries and Galloway on Saturday.

The tennis coach put on a number of sessions for local residents and helped in the grand opening of the Stewartry Community Sports Club.

Her Tennis on the Road programme shows parents, teachers, volunteers and sports development teams how to deliver fun tennis, coordination and competition sessions to children and adults.

Many of the games and skill-builders are based on those that Judy played with her tennis star sons Andy and Jamie when they were young.

“Tennis on the Road is about helping to inspire, support and grow our workforce by sharing ideas for coaching, competition and skill building with parents, teachers, students, volunteers and sports coaches.

We’ve now spent four days across April and May building a workforce in Dumfries and Galloway, visiting various schools and tennis clubs in the area."

– Judy Murray

Police investigate indecent exposure

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Cumbria Police have released CCTV images of a man they are keen to speak to in connection with an incident of indecent exposure.

A male exposed himself at the Halston Hotel car park in Carlisle, on 19 April, between 4.30pm and 5pm.

The man was on a distinctive red and white mountain bike and was wearing a grey hooded top.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

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'Despicable' break-in at 90-year-old's home

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Police Scotland is investigating what they describe as a "despicable crime" in Eastriggs.

More than £1,500 worth of jewellery was stolen from a 90-year-old woman, including an engagement ring, when her home was broken into in the early hours of Wednesday 6 May.

The supsect, who fled the scene when the woman woke, is described as being between 5'7" to 5'9" tall and is of stocky build.

He was wearing a dark zipper/windstopper type jacket with a flash of red on the chest, with a hood which came down over his face, and black trousers and footwear.

"This is one of the worst types of crime that we have to investigate where an elderly lady, in bed in her own home, has her house broken into and has to confront the intruder."

– Detective Constable Scott Barr, Police Scotland

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