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Willie Scobie, Councillor for Stranraer and North Rhins, says a new boat hoist could cut off access to the harbour.
"The boat hoist is going to cut off, or has the potential to cut off access to the harbour for fishermen but really there has been no economic profile on this, we don't know just exactly how often this boat hoist is going to be used."
Police have named a man found dead in unexplained circumstances in Annan.
Andrew Duff, 45, from Eden Place in Annan, was found unconscious in a house on Waterfoot Road on Wednesday evening October 1.
There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.
Police are conducting enquiries, after the unexplained death of a 45-year-old man in Annan.
The man was found unconscious in a house on Waterfoot Road in the town on Wednesday evening, 1 October.
He was taken to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary, where he later died.
There appear to be no suspicious circumstances.
Money saved from building a slip way in Stranraer could go towards the regeneration of the town.
Councillors will discuss today whether to inject the money back into the local community.
Over £490,000 has been saved by putting in a smaller slipway and a boat lift, the public will be asked their views on how the money should be spent.
After a cold and sunny start, it will remain dry, but is likely to become a little cloudier into the afternoon, when the southwesterly wind will also start to strengthen.
Maximum Temperature 18C.
Gretna's friendship cairn will remain in place as a "lasting symbol of unity" between England and Scotland, the Hands Across The Border group have confirmed.
The cairn, made of thousands of stones left by visitors from all over the world, was built in the run-up to the Scottish independence referendum.
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A South of Scotland MSP has called for a bypass to be constructed on the A75, around Springholm and Crocketford.
Lib Dem Jim Hume believes the increasing number of lorries on the road makes it unsafe for local residents: