Around 40 children from Dumfries and Galloway are taking part in a special young sailors academy in Lochmaben.
The training session is being run by Annandale Sailing Club and will play host to some of the country's top coaches.
There are between 40 and 50 boats expected on the water, with the action starting around 11am.
A distillery in Dumfriesshire is making whisky once again, nearly a century after it last produced single malt. Annandale Distillery has been transformed into a 10.5 million pound whisky-making centre and this weekend, the first cask was filled, as Jenny Longden reports.
The man behind the transformation of a whisky distillery in Dumfriesshire says he wanted to bring it 'back to life'.
Whisky hadn't been produced in Annandale for nearly 100 years, until the first cask was filled on Saturday (15th November).
Professor David Thomson and his wife Teresa Church bought the distillery in 2007.
A Dumfriesshire distillery which has not produced single malt whisky for almost 100 years has filled its first cask.
The Annandale distillery is bringing 16 jobs to the region after being transformed into a visitor attraction in a multi-million pound development.
The first cask was filled yesterday and will be matured over 10 years.
Annandale North Councillor Graeme Tait has announced that he has joined the Labour Party and therefore became a member of the Labour group on Dumfries and Galloway Council.
Councillor Tait was first elected to the council in the Annandale North by-election in November 2012 as a Conservative member.
The Labour Group on the council is now up to 15 members while the Council’s administration now has 25 members.
Voters in Moffat, Lockerbie and Lochmaben areas will elect their new councillor today (15th November), after the sudden death of Councillor Ted Brown last month.
Polling stations will close at 10pm, with the count starting in Lockerbie Town Hall shortly afterwards.
The result is due around 2am.
Dumfries and Galloway councillor Ted Brown has died after collapsing during a meeting.
Annandale North councillor Mr Brown, from Lockerbie, was attending a meeting of the Council's Planning, Housing and Environment Services Committee this morning when he was taken ill.
Councillor Brown was taken to Dumfries and Galloway Infirmary, where he later died.
An Annandale councillor is being treated in hospital after falling ill during a Dumfries and Galloway Council meeting.
A statement confirmed that Ted Brown, who represents Annandale north, was admitted to Dumfries Infirmary for treatment.