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South of Scotland weekend football results

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Here are the weekend's South of Scotland league results:

  • Lochar Thistle 0 v 4 Lochmaben
  • Mid Annandale 3 v 1 Abbey Vale
  • Newton Stewart 2 v 4 Edusport Academy
  • Nithsdale Wanderers 2 v 4 Wigtown & Bladnoch
  • Threave Rovers 3 v 0 Upper Annandale

South Regional Cup 1st Round:

  • Cumbernald Colts 1 v 0 St Cuthbert Wanderers
  • Gala Fairydean Rovers 4 v 1 Heston Rovers
  • Vale Of Leithen 6 v 0 Creetown


Calvin Harris returns to Dumfries as Best Man

Charli Wood and Ellie Cowan grab a quick picture with Harris Credit: Gina Wood

The world's highest earning DJ Calvin Harris has returned to his hometown of Dumfries for his duties as best man at his best friend's wedding.

Calvin Harris, real name Adam Wiles, arrived in Dumfries on Saturday morning before attending Mark Irving and Ellie Richmond's wedding.

The 32-year-old superstar was dressed in traditional red tartan clothes for the ceremony.

He was performing at his multi-million pound residency in Las Vegas just a few days ago, before flying back to the UK.

Harris and Irving have been best friends since the age of 16 and Harris treated the groom to a stag do to remember, by putting on a huge party for 40 guests at this year's T in The Park Festival.

Before the wedding on Saturday, locals managed to catch a quick glimpse of Harris before he took to his duties as part of the wedding party.

It's reported that Harris is staying in Dumfries for a second reception, rumoured to be taking place at one of the town's nightclubs on Sunday evening.


Wanlockhead villagers vying for community buyout

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A group of villagers from Wanlockhead in Dumfries and Galloway are heading off to the Outer Hebrides to find out more about pursuing a community buyout.

The residents want to buy almost 15,000 acres of the Duke of Buccleuch's Queensbury Estate to allow them to secure the future of their village.

The village needs it, there's only a 160 adults and 35 children, we want more people in, we've got great ideas to improve the area.

– David Duncan, Wanlockhead resident

Church discovers Aushwitz victim's will

Jane Haining Credit: ITV Border

The handwritten will of a Dumfriesshire woman who died in Aushwitz has been discovered by the Church of Scotland.

Christian missionary Jane Haining was arrested for protecting a group of Jewish schoolgirls in 1944.

In 2010 she was posthumously awarded a Hero of the Holocaust medal by the British government.

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