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The Common Riding and Festival season is now in full swing, with most of the Borders towns having celebrated their special week.
Today, it was the Berwickshire town of Duns that celebrated their main day, during a festival which has only been running for 65 years, but is now very much a part of their heritage.
Carlisle United boss Graham Kavanagh says there's new belief at the club ahead of this season's kick off.
The Irishman was speaking as hundreds of people, of all ages, headed to Brunton Park this afternoon for the club's family fun day.
Police searching for a missing Maryport man have released CCTV images in a bid to locate him.
Jeffrey William Baker, 47, was last seen leaving his friend's house in Workington at around 10:15pm on July 10. He was due to start work at 11am the following day but didn't arrive.
Mr Baker was spotted on CCTV at Carlisle Train Station at around 11:50am on July 11. He's described as being 6"2' tall, of medium build and bald. He was wearing a khaki jacket, a white T-shirt, blue jeans and trainers at the time of his disappearance.
Anyone with information as to Mr Baker's whereabouts is asked to contact Cumbria Police on 101 and quote log number 283.
Duns Reiver Ross Foreman tells ITV Border about his spine-tingling moment during today's rideout in Duns, while the Reiver's Lass Lauren Burns explains why today was important for her.
The Duns Summer Festival, also known as Reivers Week, is taking place in Duns this week, with their main ride out taking place today (Saturday 12th July).
This year the cavalcade of nearly 200 horses is being led by Reiver Ross Foreman and Reiver's Lass Lauren Burns.