A club for adults with disabilities in Dumfries is growing in popularity and they say it's because they listen to what its members want.
Training scheme launched in Dumfries to try and encourage more younger people to become beekeepers.
The first phase in restoring Moat Brae House which inspired author JM Barrie to write Peter Pan in Dumfries is now complete.
Curling teams from across the world are descending on Dumfries as it plays host to the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship.
34 nations will take part in its opening ceremony later today. It's the first time the competition has been ever been held in the UK.
Investigations are underway after a blaze in a campervan in Dumfries.
Fire fighters were called to the incident at a house in Akers Avenue in the Locharbriggs area at around 1am this morning (April 21).
They used thermal imaging cameras to help tackle the fire which also damaged a Mercedes car.
The Theatre Royal in Dumfries has been awarded more than £300,000 Heritage Lottery Funding.
The grant will help with renovation plans to safeguard its long-term future.
The £2m project aims to improve the theatre's facilities. This £322,300 grant will help with this plan.
Dumfries driver David Bogie has won the Border Counties Rally. The rally, based from Jedburgh, is the second round of the Scottish Rally Championship. Second place went to Stephen Petch with Duns driver Euan Thorburn finishing third.
Armed police cordoned off a residential area after reports someone was being threatened by a man armed with a knife north of Dumfries. They were called to Stewart Place in Wanlockhead at 8.20pm last night (March 22nd).
The area surrounding the incident was cordoned off for around a hour. Armed officers traced the male a short time later who surrendered to police. A 17 year old man was detained by police and is being held in custody.
Three people were injured in a collision between two cars on a road near Dumfries. The accident happened at 11:30pm last night (March 22nd) on the B729 about half mile from the village of Holywood.The three were all treated at the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary.
One in three Scottish hospital patients are likely to die within 12 months, according to a new report by Dumfries Professor David Clark looking at patients in 25 hospitals on a single day.
The findings show more work needs to be done to recognise when patients are near the end of their life.
A pioneering scheme is underway in our Dumfries to produce the next generation of beekeepers. The average age of people who keep bees is over 60, and there are fears that unless younger people take it up, its future could be in jeopardy.
And that, according to the experts is a serious problem, because as well as producing honey, bees play a vital role in the food economy. Fiona McIlwraith reports.