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Hundreds of people face massive disruption as the doors finally close on 550 years of justice in the Stewartry.Read
Norman Neilson needs all the protein he can get.Read
Windfarm proposals which attracted more than 500 objections have been kicked out for the second time.Read
Senior members of the community are being offered a lesson in computers – from the younger generation.Read
Forestry worker Keith Moore was saved from the brink of suicide by a charity group.Read
Kirkcudbright doesn’t need a sheriff court – because there’s not much crime in the Stewartry.Read
A group of Castle Douglas volunteers aim to build an African orphanage from scratch in just 14 days.Read
A minister and a retired public health consultant are pushing the Scottish Government to abandon its policy of single-bed wards at new hospitals.Read
A surge in benefit problems has left a help service struggling to cope.Read
A pothole plea has been made to the local authority ahead of gala season.Read
A £10,000 cash boost will see the expansion of a playscheme in Dalry.Read
A charity which headed off the closure of a Castle Douglas care home is to be wound up.Read
The council is slowly restoring confidence in its data protection systems after a string of major blunders.Read
Two Stewartry businesses and a walking festival have scooped national prizes.Read
Head teacher-sharing plans have been given the go-ahead by councillors.Read
This week is national volunteer week but for Castle Douglas Day Centre it is business as usual as they rely on volunteers all year round.Read
Loch Ken has been hit by a Total Wipeout.Read
A rush-hour crash has re-ignited a campaign to get a bypass for Springholm.Read
The future of the Stewartry’s only Roman Catholic primary school is in doubt.Read
A Stewartry gran is getting ready to walk 30 miles for charity to raise money for a “forgotten tragedy”.Read
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