The Prime Minister David Cameron has released a message marking the 25th anniversary of the Lockerbie tragedy.
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.
Our region's Olympic medal winning curlers are due to arrive back in the region. Anna Sloane and Clair Hamilton from Lockerbie and Vicki Adams from Stranraer took bronze, while Lockerbie's David Murdoch took the silver in the men's. They are due to fly back into the UK tomorrow.
There were standing ovations at Lockerbie Ice Rink as Team GB lost to Canada.
The match ended 9-3 after the ninth end.
When we go on holiday we often come back with souvenirs. But one woman from Lockerbie went to America and came back with a new sport for her and her friends.
It's called 'Pickleball' - and now those friends have set up what's thought to be the first Pickleball club in the UK.
Lori Carnochan went to see how it's played.
People in Lockerbie are making the most of the new sport to make its way to the town.
Pickleball was brought over from America by Pat Burnett who saw a game being played when she was on holiday in California.
It's a mix between tennis, badminton and ping-pong, with one of it's main draws being that it can be played indoors.
These young players told ITV Border why they've taken it up:
Pickleball, the newest sport to come to Lockerbie, is a mix between tennis, badminton and ping-pong.
It's thought the game was given its unusual name because the family who invented it had a dog called pickles, who loved chasing the ball around the court.
One of the main attractions of Pickleball is that it can be played indoors, so it is ideal for the UK's unpredictable climate.
Raymond Barrie has played tennis for more than 50 years but is enjoying a new challenge. He says he would like to see more people getting involved:
– Raymond Barrie, Chairperson, Lockerbie Pickleball Team
"We're lucky to have the two badminton courts here but any other club that had badminton courts or even one badminton court could get started because we could lend them the paddles and the whiffleballs as they're called, to play the game and hopefully it would take off and there would be more people and we'd maybe even get a match against somebody."
The club meets every Wednesday night at the town hall in Lockerbie and at the moment between 30 and 40 people are attending each week. It costs £2 per session and paddles and balls are provided.
A new sport called 'Pickleball' has made it's way to Lockerbie.
The sport is hugely popular in America and when Pat Burnett was there on holiday she watched the game being played and thought it would be great to bring it back home.
– Pat Burnett, Founder, Lockerbie Pickleball Team
"It's played with bats and balls and is similar to tennis but a bit easier, it's a cross between tennis, badminton and table tennis that's how its described. It's a little bit of an easier and slower game than tennis and it's more suitable for people of all abilities and age groups. We have lots of families coming along with children, parents and grandparents all joining in."
A new sport has arrived in Lockerbie and it's thought to be the first of it's kind in the UK.
Pickleball is a mix between tennis, badminton and ping-pong and is hugely popular in America.
Pat Burnett was on holiday in California when she first watched the game being played and thought it would be great to bring it back home.
A minute's silence was held at a service in Lockerbie last night to mark the 25th anniversary of the terrorist attack which killed 270 people.
Dryfesdale Church in the town was filled with victims' families and British and American dignitaries.
Rachel Bullock reports.
Twenty five years ago today, December 21, Pan Am flight 103 travelling from London to New York crashed into the town of Lockerbie in Dumfriesshire - killing 270 people in one of the world's worst terrorist attacks.
Memorial services have been held on both sides of the Atlantic to remember the victims.
Jenny Longden reports