A funding package is in place for the project celebrating the Scottish two-time Formula One champion.
The south west of Scotland hopes to cement its reputation as a premier destination for stargazing.
Three lambs had their ears ripped off while a forth suffered serious head injuries in the "brutal" attack.
The Advertising Standards Agency said that it "encouraged dangerous and irresponsible driving".
It follows an incident in which paint was daubed on the burial place of Scotland's national bard Robert Burns.
The independent investigation into construction flaws at a flagship council facility will cost about £250,000.
The pair are sentenced to more than three years each for stealing a gold medal won by curler Rhona Martin.
Thieves drive off with the large digger in an overnight raid on an industrial estate in the south of Scotland.
Improvements in theatre services will provide "excellent, safe and effective health care" for Galloway.
Morton climb to third in the Championship with goals from Jai Quitongo and Ross Forbes securing win at Queen of the South.
Mensur Suljovic stuns two-time world champion Gary Anderson to win the 2017 Champions League of Darts in Cardiff.
Bengaluru FC's ex-Australia midfielder Erik Paartalu tells BBC Sport about "stepping into the unknown" for the ultimate away match in North Korea.
Thousands of shellfish are consumed at the first edition of a festival in the south west of Scotland.
The tremor toppled buildings in the capital, including a school, with many trapped in the rubble.
The powerful storm has already affected a series of islands as it barrels through the Caribbean.
Senior officials are detained as police target ministries involved in planning a banned referendum.
The US president's first key speech at the UN was denounced by some member nations he had singled out.
The search for a second suspect began when the baby's DNA did not match that of another uncle in jail.
Apps such as WhatsApp and Skype had been blocked for failing to comply with "regulations".
Myanmar's de facto leader faces growing pressure for not addressing allegations of ethnic cleansing.
About 50 refugees held in offshore detention centres will be the first to be resettled in the US.
A tribunal says the Christian school discriminated against the boy by not letting him wear a turban.
The tie-up will create Europe's second-biggest steelmaker, but will also lead to job losses.
Boss Michael O'Leary says the airline, which is axing 40-50 flights a day for six weeks, has "messed up".
A strong earthquake has struck central Mexico, killing more than 220 people and toppling dozens of buildings in the capital, Mexico City.
Fallen trees, flattened buildings and strewn debris can be seen after Hurricane Maria struck.
George W Bush invented the original list of US enemies - who did Donald Trump label 'rogue states'?
A Russian army helicopter has accidentally fired a rocket at bystanders, according to Russian regional news website 66.RU.
After witnessing a village burned in Myanmar, the BBC finds some former residents now in Bangladesh.
The BBC's Jonah Fisher tries to question Aung San Suu Kyi over Rohingya crisis.
After Hurricanes Irma, Jose and Maria, David Shukman explains why there have been so many.
The 16-year-old Iraqi refugee found thousands of euros in a handbag on the subway.
A family says the woman keeps defecating outside their home, even though public toilets are nearby.
A Ukrainian TV promotion for a women's football game scores an own goal with many on social media.
Egypt's decision to have college students salute the flag prompts online mockery.
The Zapad 2017 military exercise annoys Belarusian mushroom pickers.
Protesters want an end to the rule of President Faure Gnassingbé, who succeeded his father in 2005.
The shooting of a Georgia student raises a question - why do US police shoot people carrying knives?
Road trips along the second longest river in North America.
Photographer Deepti Asthana documents the lives of a family of fisherwomen whose husbands deserted them.
The case of a woman fined for peeing in an Amsterdam alleyway has sparked a debate about sexism.
During six years of war, these Girl Guides have kept learning to camp, sing songs and change tyres.
Will being "someone different" see Labour's young new leader oust the New Zealand Nationals?
Miami dodged much of Irma's wrath but the aftermath of the storm has been devastating for the city's poor.
Low levels of education have fuelled the spread of illegal and harmful pyramid schemes in rural China.
The capital's fashionistas tell us what we should be wearing next spring and summer.
On 20 September, 1967, the QE2 launched from John Brown's yard in Clydebank. Shipyard apprentice Peter Kemp was one of the thousands of people who saw the Queen name the ship.
Theresa May is asked about Boris Johnson's intervention on Brexit and whether her cabinet is united.
Do the Lib Dem party faithful agree that their leader could soon be prime minister?
Mark Beaumont has finished his 80 day round the world cycle in 78 days.
Ellie, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin Lymphoma when she was 15, describes the symptoms of blood cancer.
The BBC's Katya Adler, Adam Fleming, James Reynolds and Laura Kuenssberg explain why.
Jo Walton's daughter was left severely disabled when the measles infection she had as a child returned 24 years later.
New footage captures a man in Sunbury-on-Thames in Surrey, where police are now searching a property.
Are new secondary school students and their parents ready for the next level of social media?
Volunteers came to the aid of a seal after its neck was trapped within a plastic flying ring.
How To Train Your Dragon author Cressida Cowell tours the South Downs which inspired her new book series.
The words of firefighter Ricky Nuttall, a member of Red Watch at Battersea, are spoken by an actor.
A private collector is selling 007 props used by Sean Connery and Daniel Craig.
A hovertrain threatened to revolutionise rail travel in the 1960s but now lives in a museum.
The home secretary says Boris Johnson is being a Brexit back-seat driver - but Theresa May is driving the car.
Marjorie Hodnett trained to be a teacher in 1934, little did she know she would be graduating in 2017.
Rosie Gill from Hordle has letters after her name after passing two music diplomas with distinction.
The Centre for Computing History in Cambridge has an archive of more than 10,000 games.
The stadium has been purchased by a developer for a "future housing project".
The owner of a winning £1m Euromillions ticket realised he had won after reading a newspaper appeal.
One sufferer of the pregnancy illness describes how difficult it made her daily life.
Emma was at Parsons Green when an explosion on a train triggered a crush of people fleeing.
Meet the technicians who maintain Airlander 10 - the world's longest aircraft.
A play about Port Talbot's Tata Steel plant tells the story from the workers' point of view.
One woman describes the abuse she suffered as a child at Smyllum Park Orphanage in Lanark, Scotland.
Migrants are trying to get to the UK by sneaking on to ferries at the Spanish port of Bilbao.
A fire at a timber yard in north-west London has caused major disruption to the West Coast main line.
How 20,000 football supporters brought streets to a standstill and delayed kick-off at the Emirates.
Soul singer Sampha has been awarded the 2017 Hyundai Mercury Prize for his debut album, Process.
Cassini's about to crash into Saturn, but here's what it's achieved over the last two decades.
The former council house has one of the finest sea views in Cornwall, bidders were told.
Ipswich's hedgehog officer has been in the role, which attracted global interest, for a year.
Prince William has a chat with a hospital patient about his four-year-old's first week at school.
Endurance cyclist Mark Beaumont is trying to smash the current record of 123 days.
Local hip hop artist Lowkey has written a song reflecting the community's call for justice
David Malin has spent four decades photographing space. Now retired, he has held a competition to inspire other astrophotographers.
Brexit-backing former Beatle Ringo Starr says the "people voted" and the government "have to get on with it".
Nick Clegg and Miriam Gonzalez Durantez speak about finding out their teenage son had cancer.