Dumfries and Galloway's Schools Gymnastics Championships were held at the David Keswick Athletic Centre on Saturday.
This year saw the highest ever number of entries in the council organised event, with around 290 children from Primary and Secondary schools all over the region taking part.
The 1st and 2nd highest scoring teams in each of the competition's five categories will now represent Dumfries and Galloway at the National Schools Championships in March.
The prize winners in each category were as follows:
- Primary Pre Level 1: 1st Moffat A, 2nd Hecklegirth D, 3rd Langholm C
- Primary Level 1: 1st Newington B , 2nd Newington A, 3rd Gretna A
- Primary Level 2: 1st Moffat A, 2nd Newington A, 3rd Eastriggs C
- Secondary Level 1: 1st Dumfries High B, 2nd Dumfries High A, 3rd St Josephs A
- Secondary Level 2: 1st Annan Academy A, 2nd Moffat Academy A, 3rd Langholm Academy A
A flagship leisure centre in Dumfries and Galloway is set to remain closed for longer than expected.
The DG One facility in Dumfries, which opened seven years ago, has been shut for four months to allow major repairs.
But the work has been delayed and it's thought a further 13 months of work will be needed before the swimming pool can re-open.
Some of the best ice-skaters in the world have arrived in Carlisle.
The Russian Ice Stars, many of whom are former Olympic medalists, are appearing at the Sands Centre in a production of Snow White.
Paul Crone went to meet them.
The Russian Stars are in town performing Snow White on Ice at the Sands Centre in Carlisle.
The show runs until Sunday, and the narrator is none other than TV chef turned presenter Rustie Lee.
She says she can't believe the brilliance of some of the skaters, many of whom are former Olympic medalists.
Last week, the first inter-schools under 15 girl’s football festival was held at the Palmerston Arena.
The tournament was run by Dumfries and Galloway Council in partnership with Queen of the South women’s football club, and five schools took part.
Organisers claimed "real talents" were shown by some of the participants.
The council says further festivals and competitions are now being planned to encourage more girls to play football for their schools and local clubs.
The world famous Russian Ice Stars are performing at the Sands Centre in Carlisle tonight.
The troop, which includes former Winter Olympians, will be performing Snow White on Ice for the next four days.
Carlisle United has confirmed that star midfielder Kyle Dempsey has signed a new contract with the club.
He will stay at Brunton Park until the summer of 2016.
Police in the Borders are attending a serious road traffic collision near Galashiels involving a motorcycle and a car.
The incident occurred on the A7, around four miles north of the town, at around 8am this morning. The road has been closed in both directions and diversions are in place.
A 50-year-old man is said to have suffered serious injuries and is currently being cared for by the Scottish Ambulance Service.
Champion Jockey Tony McCoy says he may be back to race in Carlisle before he retires.
McCoy, who announced his intention to hang up his boots at some stage this season, won his last race at the course yesterday.
And he says he hasn't ruled out returning once more.
Watch Ryan Dollard's report on Whitehaven's Rugby League performance yesterday.
The side lost at home to Halifax.