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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.
Police Scotland have released CCTV images of three men they want to speak to in connection with the break-in and theft of curling memorabilia from the Dumfries Museum on Wednesday 30 April.
The three men are seen in the museum at just after 10pm on that night.
A reward has now been put up by Rhona Martin MBE, whose 2002 Winter Olympics gold medal for curling was one of the items stolen in the raid.
Anyone who has information that could help police should contact Police Scotland or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police Scotland have confirmed 15-year-old Scott Couper, who got into difficulties while swimming in the River Nith near Dumfries last week, has died.
He'd been in a critical condition at the Dumfries and Galloway Infirmary since Wednesday 18th June. The Procurator Fiscal has been informed.
Hundreds crammed into Dumfries town centre to watch the Crowning of the Queen of the South as part of this year's Guid Nychburris pageant.
Celebrations continue for the rest of the day and this evening with the start of the parade at 5pm.
Dumfries is all set for the annual Guid Neighbours day which takes place tomorrow, Saturday 21 June.
The traditional festivities have been taking place for hundreds of years, and this year's Cornet and his principals have had a busy week in preparation for the big day.
Lori Carnochan has been to join them:
Guid Nychburris is an age old tradition in Dumfries that dates back to the 1700's. In history, the town's people would ride to the boundaries to protect their land and warn off English invaders. Nowadays it's a celebration.
The cornet, his lass and their principals have been visiting schools and care homes in Dumfries ahead of the main event, Guid Neighbours Day, when the riding of the marches takes place.
Hundreds of horses and riders will take part in the riding of the marches tomorrow, Saturday 21 June, at 8am. At midday the crowning of the queen of the south will take place.
The A75 is closed after six vehicles, including three HGV's, were involved in a crash.
The incident happened at about 8:15am today, Friday 20 June, at Mouswald Banks near Colin, Dumfries.
Police are asking for anyone who saw a small blue car, that left the seen, or a moped rider at the time of the incident to get in touch on 101.
At this stage, Police say there are no serious injuries.
The road is expected to be closed for a considerable amount of time while all vehicles are recovered.
Diversions will be in place and there may be some delays. Motorists are advised to avoid the area.
Final preparations have been taking place ahead of the annual Guid Nychburris main day which takes place in Dumfries tomorrow, Saturday 21 June.
This year's cornet, Chris Beattie, and his principals have been visiting schools and nursing homes in the town as part of their duties.
The riding of the marches gets underway from 8am.
A week of celebrations in Dumfries kicks off tonight with the start of the Guid Nychburris festival.
The new cornet will be crowned in a traditional ceremony at the midsteeple, before he begins his duties. Throughout the week the cornet and his principals will visit schools and nursing homes, and host dances and suppers.
The festivities end with the riding of the marches on Saturday, where thousands of people will line the streets to welcome the cavalcade through the town.
Almost two hundred children from across the world gathered in Dumfries this weekend, for an event that aimed to inspire young people ahead of Glasgow 2014.
The Commonwealth Youth Summit brought together people from as far afield as Australia and Mauritius to undertake a programme of leadership activities, and hear from athletes including swimmer Rebecca Adlington and Olympic Gold Medallist David Smith.
Two rings, worth nearly £8000, have been stolen from a house in Dumfries.
The theft took place on Monday 2nd June at Moffat Road.
Police are keen to trace three males who called at the house offering to carry out home maintenance and gardening work on the afternoon of that day.
They are described as being:
Male 1: 40 years old, about 5’6” tall, with mousey brown hair and a local accent.
Male 2: About 16 years old, 6’ tall, local accent and was wearing blue coloured jogging bottoms and a blue athletic top.
Male 3: About 14 years old, 5’4” tall, brown hair, with a local accent and was wearing blue jogging bottoms and an athletic type top.