The Galloway Gazette

Katie Morag Christmas card raises £1000 for First Minister

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'Loch Ken Stars' by Dave Currie of Galloway Photography.

Dark Sky park goes international

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Kirkcudbright Choral society concert

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Oor Wullie to feature on First Minister’s Christmas card

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Young Scottish film maker captures vision of John Muir

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Putting Galloway on the walking map

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NHS 24 is reminding people who take regular medication to make sure repeat prescriptions are at the top of their Christmas list.

NHS 24 issues prescriptions reminder for Christmas

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Light The Way is aiming to support people fleeing conflict and violence this Christmas.

Christian Aid to help ‘Light The Way’

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Richard Jones celebrates his stunning strike which sealed Wigtowns win over Edusport last week.

Wigtown look to stretch their lead at the top of the table

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All competitors who took part in the Inaugural Octogenarian Championship on the ice prior to their games.

Stranraer hosts the inaugural octogenarian national curling championship

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Good win for Stewartry at Cumnock in division two

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Creesiders No.10 Alistair Fisher slides in a well timed tackle on Lochmaben's Gavin Smith

Fine Middleton hat trick sees Newton Stewart progress in league cup

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Bronze consolation for Scots after one loss scuppers gold

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Cup challenge for Newton Stewart and Wigtown

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The Kirkcudbright Choral Society

Kirkcudbright Choral society concert

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Pictured L-R, Rosie Cameron, Ruth Livingstone, Roseanna Lowther, Renee Copeland & Elaine McShane

Inspirational total for charity

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The tree on display at the Ritz

Third Christmas Tree festival

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Which Christmas song do you like to listen to at parties?

Vote: What’s your favourite Christmas song of all time?

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Not one of the Jane Austen fivers ...

Fiver that could be worth £50,000 spent in Borders shop

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Celery is even less popular than Brussels sprouts

Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

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