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Newton Stewart Market prices

Newton Stewart – Wednesday 18th October - 635 Prime and Cast Sheep Sold.

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Newton Stewart Market calf sales

NEWTON STEWART- FRIDAY 13th OCTOBER & SATURDAY 14th OCTOBER 2017

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Planning applicaions

Latest planning applications

The following planning applications have been registered with Dumfreis and Galloway Council:

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Newton Stewart Market

Newton Stewart Market prices

Newton Stewart Market – Wednesday 11th October 2017

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Dumfries and Galloway offers beautiful scenery and top attractions for tourists.

Tourist information centres to close

Tourist information centres in Stranraer and Castle Douglas are to close - despite soaring numbers of visitors from overseas countries.

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William Barne.

Agriculture riskiest industry to work in

A Scottish agricultural expert has issued a warning about health and safety after it was revealed five people have been killed on farms in Scotland in the past year – the second highest rate in Britain.

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Young Farmers members took part in an Argi Skills challenge

Agri Skills success

Members of the Machars Young Farmers competed in the Agri Skills challenge on Sunday 8th October at Shire Agri Hire, Glenluce.

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It is anticipated that the road will close north of the River Don Bridge to the Fountain Equestrian Centre from around 8pm Friday,October 6

A77 roadworks set to start at Beoch

Resurfacing of the A77 south of Cairnryan from Beoch to Drummuckloch is set to start next week.

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Trophy Winners:
Back row (left to right) Holly Sproat, Tara Little, Andrew Hunter-Blair, John Sproat, James Vance, Jenni Cannon, Ginny Arnott
Front row (left to right) Stewart McFadzean, Alison Maxwell, Annett Torbet, Debbie Gunby, Iona Cochrane

Machars Young Farmers Root Show 2017

Machars Young Farmers held their Annual Root Show in Wigtown County Buildings on Saturday 7th October, the fifth show since it was resurrected in 2013.

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Planning applicaions

Latest planning applications

KIRKCOLM, 24 Main Street, change of use of dwellinghouse to guest house and tea room; applicant Mrs Jo-Anne L Woolley (17/1662/FUL).

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Thornhill Young Farmers Bill and Ben Bale Art

Bill and Ben make bale art final

Six colourful and eye-catching works of art have been selected as the finalists in a national competition being run by Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs (SAYFC).

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Tractor ploughing.

Wet weather is hitting Scottish farmers hard

The prolonged spell of wet weather from June through September is continuing to hit farmers hard in the south west.

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Newton Stewart Market

Newton Stewart Market prices

NEWTON STEWART MARKET - WEDNESDAY 4TH OCTOBER.

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The Chirmorrie shearling that sold for �8000
Picture credit - Eric Sloan

Blackfaces take centre stage at Newton Stewart Market

Newton Stewart Market was buzzing today as a Larg shearling entered the ring to start the annual Blackface tup sales.

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Councillor Adam Wilson with Wigtown Book Festival director Adrian Turpin (right), pictured at The Book Shop, Wigtown. Picture: Colin Hattersley

Festival brings in £3m to economy

The 2017 Wigtown Book Festival was the most successful ever – estimated to have generated nearly £3 million for the Scottish economy.

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Planning applicaions

Latest planning applications

KIRKCOLM, 6 Kirkland Court, alterations and erection of extension to dwellinghouse; applicant Ms Elaine Storey (17/1759/FUL).

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Research project is underway

Research project is underway

NFU Scotland has started a research project on the potential of share faming to assist both new entrants and farm owners worried about succession on their farm.

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The Dumfries and Galloways Women in Dairy Network launch.

Dairy women launch their own network

A new Dumfries and Galloway group for women who contribute and play key roles in the dairy industry, held its inaugural meeting this week.

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Matt Hancock and Alister Jack

MP launches broadband survey

Galloway MP Alister Jack has launched a broadband survey and asked constituents across Dumfries and Galloway to submit their views on how satisfied they are with their current broadband services.

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Marketing teams wanted for £250k media prize

Marketing professionals from across the UK are invited to ‘shoot it out’ for a £250,000 media prize by showcasing their creativity with a one minute video.

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