Twenty years after it was saved from closure the Bladnoch whiskey distillery near Wigtown is up for sale once more.
The company, which is financially sound, was put in the hands of receivers on Monday and the business is to be sold as a going concern.
It has been run for the past two decades by Raymond Armstrong and his wife who own a 50% share of the business.
Accountants Ernst and and Young have been appointed to sell the distillery.
The Moss of Cree Road between Newton Stewart and Wigtown has been reopned.
It was closed last week due to subsidence, caused by drainage issues after heavy rain.
An online petition set up to stop Dumfries and Galloway Council cutting library opening hours in Scotland's only book town has gone international.
People from around the world have signed the petition to save Wigtown library.
A meeting will be held by the council on Thursday to decide the issue, but locals say the library is the hub of the community and needs to stay.
Fiona McIlwraith reports.
Dumfries and Galloway Council will meet on Thursday to discuss the future of Wigtown library.
Proposals to reduce it's opening hours have been met with anger by locals.
They've started a petition to put before the council which has gained international support, with the President of the International Organisation of Booktowns pledging his support for the library.
If you have partied hard or over indulged in food over the festive season then you can walk some of it off in Wigtown.
An organised walk is taking place from the RSPB Reserve from 11am until 1pm.
The address is: RSPB Crook of Baldoon Reserve, Shell Road, Wigtown DG8.
Wigtown Book Festival gets underway today, with over 200 events taking place in the town over the next ten days.
The festival takes place in Scotland's National Book Town, which boasts sixteen book shops.
Anne Applebaum, Joanna Lumley, Fred MacAulay, and Peter Snow are among the literary giants taking part in the fair.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a spate of tool thefts in Dumfries and Galloway.
Four vans were broken into in Wigtown, with chainsaws, Stihls, drills, saws and nail guns among the items stolen.
The following vans were broken into:
- A white Citroen Van, parked on the High Street, was broken into between 1am and 7am on 24th September
- An Iveco van, parked on Lochancroft Lane, was broken into between 6.15pm on 19th September and 6.40am on 24th September
- A Citroen Relay van, parked in New Road car park, between 6.30pm on 23rd September and 8.30am on 24th September
- A white Citroen Relay van, broken into on Lochancroft Lane, between 4.45pm on 23rd September and 7.45am on 24th September
If you have any information about a specific crime you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online here.
If your call is not an emergency call 101.
It is just over four months since the worst snow storms in living memory hit parts of Southern Scotland causing devastation for local farmers.
Some of those same farmers say they are making a recovery, and today they attended one of the area's biggest agricultural shows.
And along with the usual sheep and cows, this year's special guest at the Wigtown Show was none other than a record-breaking duck, as Matthew Taylor reports.
Watch his full report below.
"Big Dave" the duck is at the Wigtown Agricultural Show in South West Scotland today to help with the prize giving.
As the most expensive duck in the country, having sold for a whopping £1500 last year, he has been making quite an impression at the show.
Here he is with his owner Graham Hicks: