Scottish second division champions thank fans for their support at their first home game since being crowned.
A selection of pictures from the night Queen of the South were crowned Scottish Second Division champions, after beating Brechin 6-0.
Events marking Holocaust Memorial Day have been taking place across the region.
Business owners in Dumfries say a third summer of road chaos in the town is killing trade.
Scottish Water today started a four month long programme of street works replacing pipes and drains.
Andy Burn reports:
Traders in Dumfries say a third summer of roadworks in the town could be the "death knell" for small shops.
Scottish Water has started four months of work replacing pipes and drains in the town's streets.
It means diversions for motorists and restricted access to parking and shops.
Andy Burn reports:
"This work has been carefully planned so local businesses can continue to trade as normal.
"The project has been split into small sections to make sure we affect as few traders as possible at each stage. There will be ample notice of any interruptions to the water supply and our contractors will work hard to ensure these disruptions are as short as possible and timed conveniently.
"Our Whitesands project team have been in the area recently briefing business owners face to face and addressing any concerns they may have.
– Spokesperson, Scottish Water
"We liaised closely with the roads department in the planning of the work and made sure we avoided working when local events are taking place.
"There is flood alleviation work planned by the council and we need to do our upgrade work now so the area is ready for that work to commence. It is not possible to have the two projects underway simultaneously.
"We apologise for any inconvenience this work may cause to local traders."
Anyone who has concerns regarding the roadworks is asked to contact Scottish Water on 0845 601 8855 and quote "Whitesands water mains upgrade".
Roadworks expected to take four months to complete are to begin at the Whitesands in Dumfries today.
The essential works, being carried out by Scottish Water, are to replace old pipes and drains.
Many local businesses say that the work will harm trade and divert tourism away from the town centre.
Hundreds of soldiers from the 1st Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland marched with pride at their homecoming parade in Dumfries today.
The Battalion, known as The Royal Scots Borderers, has just returned from operational duties in Afghanistan.
Andy Burn reports:
Hundreds of soldiers have marched though Dumfries to mark the Homecoming Parade for the local regiment, The Royal Scots Borderers.
The Battalion has just returned from operational duties in Afghanistan.
A 55-year-old woman remains in a "critical but stable" condition in hospital after suffering a heavy fall from her horse during Guid Nychburris Day celebrations on Saturday (15th June).
Kate Hislop, from Lockerbie, was taking part in the annual Riding of the Marches "chases" at Park Farm, when the accident happened.
She was treated at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary before being transfered to the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh.
Police Scotland are continuing with their investigations and are asking for any witnesses to contact them on 101.
Around 200 soldiers and musicians from the 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland are taking part in a Homecoming Parade in Dumfries.
The parade starts on Hoods Loaning at 11am before the soldiers continue their march on to Shakespeare Street, the Whitesands, Buccleuch Street (where a salute will take place at the Municipal Chambers), Burns Statue, High Street, English Street- finishing back at Hoods Loaning around 11.45pm.
The parade will then be followed by a Civic Reception for The Royal Scots Borderers at the DG One leisure centre.
Two hundred soldiers and musicians will march though Dumfries today to mark the Homecoming Parade for the local regiment, The Royal Scots Borderers, 1 Scots. The Battalion has just returned from operational duties in Afghanistan.
Thousands of people celebrated the riding of the marches in Dumfries. It's a tradition that goes back to the 12th century and helps commemorate the town getting its royal charter.