Kirsty Wark at Wigtown Book Festival 2019

Galloway gets six of the best fests

While the mighty Edinburgh Festival grabs the lion’s share of international attention and tourists, Galloway will be inviting the ‘home crowd’ and visitors alike to enjoy at least one of no less than six festivals it is about to host.

How now? Good news for Galloway's vital dairy industry with �8m investment

Area creams off £8m for dairy

The Borderlands partnership have announced investment of up to £8 million into a new Centre of Dairy Innovation in the South and West Faculty of Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC).

Police Scotland and its partners across Dumfries and Galloway will be engaging with the area's young people to try to cut down on antisocial behaviour.

Police launch summer campaign

Police Scotland and its partners are aiming to tackle antisocial behaviour across Dumfries and Galloway this summer with a new programme of community engagement.


Area’s ‘lost language’ is to be heard again

Oran Bagraidh, a band of ten of the UK and Ireland’s finest traditional poets and musicians which has brought an extinct dialect of Galloway Gaelic back to life through song, is set to perform in the language’s home area in May.

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