New sheep sculptures, which have stirred up local opinion, were installed in Lockerbie town centre today.
One couple in Lockerbie received an extra special Christmas present, with the arrival of their baby daughter Faith.
A deaf dog who was so badly behaved he had to be re-homed several times, has been adopted by a sign language enthusiast
Controversial sheep sculptures have been installed in the middle of Lockerbie town centre.
The art was designed to celebrate the town's large sheep market, and they are part of a major regeneration of the town centre.
However, as Matthew Taylor reports, not everyone is pleased with the results.
Watch his full report below.
A Lockerbie businessman has criticised Dumfries & Galloway Council over the work going on to regenerate the town centre - he claims he was not consulted over the plans.
Shabaz Ali owns a newsagents in the town and has collected 300 names of people he says are not happy about the work going on to enhance the town centre.
The council, though, says businesses were consulted, and that many are in favour.
Fiona McIlwraith reports.
Councillor Jason Syers, from Dumfries and Galloway Council, has responded to criticism from local businesses about disruption caused by the building stage of Lockerbie's masterplan.
He says that local businesses were consulted and that all efforts are being made to minimise disruption.
A businessman in Lockerbie has blamed the council for not taking business owners views into account over the regeneration of the town.
Shabaz Ali says the upheaval has crippled his business - which he's now had to put up for sale.
300 businesses have signed a petition, asking for compensation from the council.
The masterplan for the town centre is to improve its appearance.
The line is currently blocked north of Carlisle due to a broken down freight train at Lockerbie.
Services have been disrupted on First Transpennine Express between Carlisle and Glasgow Central, and between Carlisle and Edinburgh Waverley, and may be delayed by up to an hour or cancelled.
Replacement coaches have been ordered.
There is no estimate for when normal service may resume.
Nearly 25 years after the Lockerbie bombing, commemorations have taken place at a university in America.
Of the 270 people who lost their lives in the bombing, 35 were students from Syracuse University.
Watch the lunchtime report from Matthew Taylor below.
Hundreds of people have attended a ceremony in America to remember the victims of the Lockerbie bombing.
It's nearly 25 years since 270 people died on the flight.
But at the University of Syracuse, which had 35 victims, they are determined to carry on remembering them.
Watch Matthew Taylor's report
The American University which lost 35 students in the Lockerbie bombing is commemorating the 25th anniversary of the disaster at a special ceremony today.
The students were among the 270 people killed when Flight Pan Am 103 was blown up in 1988.
Our reporter, Matthew Taylor, has been at Syracuse University and sent this report.
Watch it in full below.