South Lakes Safari Zoo where more than 500 animals died over a three year period is allowed to keep its licence.
The owners of the zoo say it can be turned around.
South Lakes Safari Zoo is reported to have too many "contact incidents" between animals and visitors.Read the full story ›
Police Scotland are appealing for information after two sheep died following an alleged dog attack in Dumfries and Galloway.Read the full story ›
The roost, found in Galloway Forest Park, is being used by a group of female Leiser's bats as a location to have their pups.Read the full story ›
16 Texel sheep have been stolen from the Glasson Village area of Wigton. The incident happened between 3pm on Sunday 24 September and 4pm on Monday 25 September.
Anyone with information should email email@example.com or call 101 quoting incident number 169 of 26 September. Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
Each of the lambs were found to have serious head wounds, with three having had both of their ears completely ripped off.Read the full story ›
The Scottish SPCA was called out on Tuesday after a giant iguana was discovered in a lay-by next to the A702.Read the full story ›
The scale of illegal puppy imports though ferry ports in Dumfries and Galloway is a 'real problem'.Read the full story ›
Europe's biggest one-day ram sale is taking place in Kelso. Nearly, 5,500 tups will come under the hammer at Springwood Park:
A south of Scotland zoo that's home to nearly 100 animals from all over the world is closing.
The Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park near Kirkcudbright will shut on Sunday 10 September after more than 15 years. The owners said it was closing for personal reasons. Some of the animals are being re-homed and others will remain on the park site.