Fresh off the back of the British championships, the synchronised skating teams from Dumfries are preparing for their next competition.
The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust in D&G saw thousands of birds descend on the centre during flooding earlier this month.
The market town of Castle Douglas is set to benefit from super-fast broadband as part of the roll-out by Digital Scotland.
Dumfries and Galloway council has announced plans for flood prevention work in Newton Stewart.
It will include an early warning scheme and the council is also asking the Scottish Government for funding to build river walls through the town and raise a footbridge.
Dumfries and Galloway Council have announced plans to develop a flood warning scheme and locate a flood pod, containing sandbags and barriers in Newton Stewart.
The local authority are also asking the Scottish Government for funding to build river walls through the town, and raise the footbridge.
The flood prevention for Newton Stewart could cost in the region of £3.4million, and although the council are determined to help, they say Scottish Government money is needed.
Dumfries and Galloway council have announced plans for flood prevention in Newton Stewart.
An early warning scheme will be implemented and a flood pod will be established in the town.
The council are also asking the Scottish Government for funding to build river walls through the town and raise a footbridge.
Three new trails celebrating places related to Robert Burns have been launched in Dumfries and Galloway.
The trails visit some of the Bard's most favourite haunts, sites and views where he drew inspiration for much of his work.
Lori Carnochan reports.
The People's Millions is back and this year we've got another four big cheques worth up to £50,000 each to give away in Cumbria and Southern Scotland.
This year we are looking for applications from a whole range of organisations or community-based projects that will improve the lives of people in the local community.
You could be a Voluntary or Community Organisation, a School, a Health Body, a branch of an Organisation or a Partnership.
You could be a Voluntary or Community Organisation, a School, a Local Authority, a Health Body, a branch of an Organisation or a Partnership.
You can enter any time between now and noon on May 16th by visiting The People's Millions website or calling 0845 0 10 11 12.
Each call to the application line costs up to a maximum of 3p per minute plus an additional 14p set up fee from a BT residential landline. Calls from other networks may be higher and from mobiles will be considerably more.
Entrants must be 18 or over. Lines close on Monday 16th May 2014 at midday. Calls made after the closing time will not be counted but may still be charged.
Following repeated flooding in parts of the region, a mountain rescue team has had its vehicles adjusted to be able to drive through deep water. The Galloway team has been involved in helping people during a number of floods in South West Scotland.
Entrepreneurs in Dumfries and Galloway are being urged to take advantage of some free advice.
A new HR advisor and tax advisor have joined the Business Gateway team and they're ready to help people who've started-up, or are thinking of starting-up, their own business.
Lori Carnochan reports.
Police Scotland have named a man who died in a house fire in Dumfries.
40-year-old Lee Dobson was discovered at the house in Broomrig Court on Tuesday morning. He died in hospital.
Moat Brae Trust in Dumfries is launching a six-week period of free public tours of the house where J.M Barrie was inspired to write Peter pan.
School children dressed up in themed costumes will be at the launch later, to mark World Book Day.