People do not want wind turbines in their communities, First Minister Alex Salmond has been told.
Mr Salmond and members of his Cabinet were in Stranraer yesterday for a public discussion, part of a day of events designed to allow the government to engage directly with communities.
During the session, Mr Salmond and the Cabinet secretaries faced a 200-strong audience.
A diverse range of subjects was raised, from meal provision for the elderly to improving the digital network for the south of Scotland.
Renewable energy issues caused the biggest reaction.
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