Police Scotland has named the man who died in a car accident on the A75 on Sunday as 83 year-old Ian Austin from George Street in Dumfries.
The crash happened at the junction with the B6357 east of Annan.
Investigations into the cause of the collision are ongoing.
A man has died following a road crash in St Bees this morning.
Police say it's believed he suffered a medical episode at the wheel and did not die as a result of the collision.
Officers were called at 7.40am to reports of a car colliding with a wall on the B5345, St Bees Road.
The road was shut for several hours but has now re-opened.
A 72-year-old man sustained a foot injury after being struck by a lorry in north Cumbria this afternoon.
The Great North Air Ambulance helicopter was called to the incident at Kirkcambeck between Lanercost and Stapleton at around 3pm.
The casualty was treated at the scene before being transported by land ambulance to Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service said his injuries were not life-threatening.
Tributes have been paid to a 27-year-old man from the Scottish Borders who died in a road accident on the A6094 near Howgate on Saturday.
William Bertram, known as "Wink", was born and raised in Shiphorns, Eddleston and attended Eddleston Primary and Peebles High School.
Two men have been killed in a one vehicle road crash in Dumfries and Galloway.
At 9:20pm yesterday (Monday) a black coloured Vauxhall Corsa collided with a bridge on the A747 Glenluce to Glasserton Road at West Barr, Port William around 17 miles south of Newton Stewart.
Following the collision an 18-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene and a 25-year-old man was taken to Galloway Community Hospital in Stranraer where he later died.
A full crash scene investigation is currently being undertaken and the road at the scene is closed. Police are seeking witnesses to this crash and want to hear from anyone who may have been on the A747 road at around 9:20pm hours. Witnesses can call police at Stranraer on 101.
Police Scotland have named the 67-year-old woman who died in a road accident in Dumfries and Galloway, on Saturday 21 March.
Margaret Deacon, from Leswalt, Stranraer, was a passenger in a Mercedes van, which collided with a Renault van, on the A75 road near Eastriggs.
She was pronounced dead at the scene.
A 42-year-old woman from Kirkcolm is currently being treated at the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary, with a serious head injury.
Police are appealing for anyone with information about the crash to contact them.
Part of the A7 closed for a brief period this morning following an accident involving three vehicles.
A mini-bus, a transit van and a car collided on the Bowland straight at about 7.30am.
The emergency services closed the road four miles north of Galashiels for around 15 minutes.
It was re-opened as a single lane of traffic to allow the last of the debris to be cleared.
Police Scotland said there were no injuries
The A75 is closed in both directions between Newton Stewart and Glenluce due to a road traffic accident.
Drivers are being asked to expect lengthy delays and follow the diversion signs in place.
An 84-year-old woman has died, following a road accident in the centre of Selkirk earlier this month.
Marion Fair, from Selkirk, was struck by a lorry in Market Place at around 3pm on December 15.
She was taken to Borders General Hospital with serious injuries, and was then transferred to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, where she passed away on Christmas day.
Police Scotland are appealing for people who witnessed the collision to contact them.
A woman had to be cut free from her car, and taken to hospital, after a road accident in Dumfries and Galloway.
The accident happened at around 9:50am this morning, on an embankment beside a side road off the A714 in the county. Two crews from Newton Stewart Fire Station were called, and had to remove a door and the roof of the car to lift the woman out.