Two 16-year-old teenagers were rescued while taking part in a Duke of Edinburgh expedition.
They were airlifted from the hills near Newton Stewart on the evening of Tuesday 4 July by the Belfast Coastguard and Prestwick Search and Rescue teams, ahead of 20 members of the Galloway Mountain Rescue Team arriving at the location.
They suffered leg injuries. The rest of the expedition made their own way off the hill.
The Galloway Young Musicians are set to perform in Newton Stewart in Dumfries & Galloway.
The concert will be the final performance for this session and then young people interested in joining the ensemble will be able to try out with a range of orchestral instruments.
Any young person from the age of P4 upwards will be allowed to join the group in the new session starting in September.
The concert will be taking place on Monday, 19 June from 5.30pm to 6.30pm at Penninghame Primary School.
The Galloway Young Musicians ensemble is led by Christine Job, Pauline Roe and Susan Smyth and funded through the Creative Scotland Youth Music Initiative.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is inviting locals to a special drop-in session today to see flood protection plans.
More than 600 homes and businesses will be protected by the new flood warning scheme introduced at Newton Stewart.
Information will be on display in the Town Hall from 14:30 to 19:00.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a tractor failed to stop after colliding with a cyclist in Dumfries and Galloway.
It happened on the B7085 road near Whauphill, Newton Stewart, at around 11:50am today (Wednesday 19 October).
The cyclist, a 31-year-old man from Minnigaff, was knocked from his bike and treated for minor injuries by ambulance staff at the scene.
The driver of the tractor did not stop after the crash and continued on southwards towards Whauphill.
We would appeal for him or her to come forward to police at Newton Stewart.
The tractor is described as being red and black in colour and was towing a silver coloured Joskin trailer. Anyone who can help us trace this vehicle is asked to call police at Newton Stewart on 101.
A lorry carrying a wind turbine blade caught fire closing one of the main roads in southern Scotland.
Emergency services were called to the incident on the A714 near Bargrennan around 10 miles from Newton Stewart shortly before 6am this morning.
The lorry driver escaped injury and fire crews from Newton Stewart extinguished the blaze.
The cab of the vehicle was completely destroyed.
This stunning photograph by Stephen Jolly shows lightning over Newton Stewart, in Dumfries and Galloway.
It was taken at midnight, from the A714.
A 34-year-old man from Newton Stewart has died in an incident at sea near Shetland.
Police Scotland confirmed that Scott Rennie died following the incident off the coast of Scalloway.
An investigation is being carried out by the Marine Accident Investigation Branch.
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Around 100 children from across Galloway have been taking part in a weekend of camping and activities to mark the Cub's 100 year anniversary.
The cubs learned skills like knot-tying and den building.
However the hot weather meant they were joined by some unwelcome guests.
Lori Carnochan reports:
Around 100 Cub Scouts have been taking part in a weekend of celebrations near Newton Stewart to mark 100 years since the Cubs were founded.
The group have been taking part in activities at base camp, as well as climbing Cairnsmore of Fleet.
The Cubs has increased in popularity in the past few years, with exposure from their Chief Scout, Bear Grylls.