Teenage motorist has been seriously injured after his car was hit by a train on a level crossing near Stranraer
HRH Princess Anne the Princess Royal will open a new riding school for the disabled in Stranraer
The Olympic torch has arrived in Scotland for the first time. It came off the ferry in Stranraer and thousands turned out to greet it.
Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses after a 16-year-old boy suffered serious injuries after an assault in Stranraer.
The incident took place outside the Ryan Centre in the town at around 5.30pm on Monday (27th May).
The teenager was attacked by another man and is being treated for serious facial injuries at Crosshouse Hospital in Kilmarnock.
Police are asking anyone with information to come forward.
The Scottish Government has promised the people of Stranraer that it is committed to regenerating the town.
The Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited Stranraer today to talk about the redevelopment of the old Stena port.
However, critics say not enough is being done.
You can watch the full report from Hannah McNulty below.
Scotland's Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been in Stranraer for talks about the regeneration of the town.
She was also there for the signing of a Memorandum of understanding between the Council and Stena over the future development of the old ferry terminal.
Nicola Sturgeon said investment in to the town's marina and west pier was a fraction of what was being planned.
– Deputy First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon
"The £2.4 million being spent in the west pier is a fraction of the investment that's going in to making sure Stranraer has the modern up to date infrastructure, digital infrastructure that it needs to thrive as a town in the future. So this is an ongoing process"
Dumfries and Galloway MP Russell Brown warned Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon not to come to Stranraer "empty handed".
Mr Brown wrote to Ms Sturgeon asking her to use the visit to announce significant Scottish Government investment, to help boost the regeneration of the town.
– Russell Brown MP, Dumfries and Galloway, Labour
"It has taken Nicola Sturgeon seven months to visit Stranraer, so we can only hope that when she does come to the town she isn't empty handed. More than ever Stranraer needs a major injection of Government funding to really kick start the regeneration of the town.
"She could go a long way to showing a commitment to Stranraer by re-instating the £8 million Scottish Enterprise originally promised for regeneration but failed to deliver on".
Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is expected to visit Stranraer today.
It will be her first visit to the town, since being appointed as Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities.
There are calls for Ms Sturgeon to announce substantial Scottish Government funding.
She will chair the meeting of the Stranraer Taskforce, before attending the signing of a Memorandum of understanding between the council and Stena Line, in relation to the future development of the East Pier.
The visit also marks the beginning of restoration work on the West Pier.
The demolition of a former hospital has begun in Stranraer.
The Garrick Hospital has been been disused since it shut in 2006.
Planning permission has been granted in principle for a residential development on the site.
Police are appealing to the public to assist them with their investigations into the unexplained death of a Stranraer man.
49-year-old Paul Hester, who is well known in the town, died in the Galloway Hospital on Monday (8th April).
Police are particularly keen to speak to a male witness who approached officers around 2.30am on Sunday (7th April), outside of The Bridge Arms in the town.
The man is described as being around 6 foot tall with short brown hair, of a slim build who wearing a dark shirt and trousers.
He is believed to be in his mid to late twenties and spoke with a local accent.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.
Stranraer goalkeeper David Mitchell was sent off after 21 minutes with Queens already a goal ahead. Stranraer were then unable to compete against a Queen of the South side who have been dominant in the Scottish second Division all season.
A memorial service is taking place at Agnew Park in Stranraer to remember the 133 victims of the Princess Victoria disaster.