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There are concernes that the gardeners' favourite helper - the ladybird - could be in short supply this year because of the dreadful weather.
Experts say numbers of the seven-spot ladybird are set to drop sharply and need your help to keep track of numbers.
You are being asked report any sightings of seven-spot ladybirds at ladybird-survey.org or download the mobile phone app called iRecord Ladybirds.
Newcastleton has become the first place in Scotland to have a combined police and fire station.
A year after the village lost its police station, local officers have now taken over an office in the local fire station to give the community a point of contact.
Ryan Dollard reports:
Hundreds of soldiers from the 1st Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland marched with pride at their homecoming parade in Dumfries today.
The Battalion, known as The Royal Scots Borderers, has just returned from operational duties in Afghanistan.
Andy Burn reports:
City Councillors have been meeting to look at potential sites to build thousands of new homes in and around Carlisle.
The Council says it wants the area to grow and thrive and needs to build up to 650 houses a year for the next 15 to 20 years.
Hannah McNulty reports:
Carlisle City Council is in the process of writing a new "Local Plan", which will outline where different developments could be located in the future.
The plans, which set policies and guidelines for developments in the district over the next 15 years, include guides on new housing, business development and infrastructure, climate change and the natural and historic environment.
The council is proposing to build between 550 and 650 new homes every year until 2030 , with 70% of these homes being built in urban areas and 30% in rural areas.
You can view the detailed plans, including Preferred Options for site allocations here.
Hundreds of soldiers have marched though Dumfries to mark the Homecoming Parade for the local regiment, The Royal Scots Borderers.
The Battalion has just returned from operational duties in Afghanistan.
A 55-year-old woman remains in a "critical but stable" condition in hospital after suffering a heavy fall from her horse during Guid Nychburris Day celebrations on Saturday (15th June).
Kate Hislop, from Lockerbie, was taking part in the annual Riding of the Marches "chases" at Park Farm, when the accident happened.
She was treated at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary before being transfered to the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh.
Police Scotland are continuing with their investigations and are asking for any witnesses to contact them on 101.
The village of Newcastleton in the Scottish Borders has become the first in Scotland to have a combined police and fire station.
The move comes after the Community Council asked for a return of a visible police presence after their dedicated police station closed last year.
If it proves successful it may provide the template for similar stations elsewhere in the region as the Chairman for Newcastleton Community Council, Stuart Turnbull, explains: