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Plans to extend the use of a mosque in Dumfries which provoked a demonstration by the anti-islamic group the Scottish Defence League (SDL) over the weekend go before planners today.
Four people were arrested during the protests.
The Borders could end up with just one Sheriff Court.
New 'justice centres' could see all court business moved under one roof, according to the Chief Executive of the Scottish Court Service Eric McQueen.
Under questioning from MSP Christine Grahame, he told Holyrood's Justice Committee that Galashiels would make a good location for a central hub.
It comes after the Scottish Government announced plans to close Sheriff Courts in Duns, Peebles and Kirkcudbright in Dumfries and Galloway.
Two orthopaedic operating theatres at the West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven could reopen today.
Emergency maintenance work has been taking place since they were closed on Friday when an issue over air quality came to light.
A mainly dry and bright day with some sunshine.
Cloud will build up in the afternoon to bring a few light showers.
Cooler and breezy. Maximum temperature 14 °C.
The former Bullough's building in Carlisle has been sold at auction to an unknown buyer for more than a million pounds.
Retailer Hoopers left the city centre store in March after seven years.
The Bullough family had previously run a department store in the building for nearly a hundred years.
Any isolated showers dying out during the evening then a dry night with broken cloud and some clear spells.
Minimum temperature 5 °C.
By 2030 there will be more than 50 thousand people in our region living with dementia.
It's a figure that's going up rapidly but, as we enter National Dementia Week, there's a still a startling lack of awareness about the disease.
Ken Clasper, who has been living with dementia for many years. You can read his blog here.