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The latest episode of ITV Border's Scottish political programme, Representing Border, looks at the issues from Holyrood and Westminster that matter to the South of Scotland.
Three new trails celebrating places related to Robert Burns have been launched in Dumfries and Galloway.
The trails visit some of the Bard's most favourite haunts, sites and views where he drew inspiration for much of his work.
Lori Carnochan reports.
You can find out more about Noah and his progress by going to his website.
If you want to hear Noah singing then watch Ryan Dollard's report from Sunday.
The boss of one of Cumbria's biggest garden centres has been jailed for 18 months for concocting a story in an attempt to get out of a drink-driving charge.
45-year-old Thomas Richard Hayes, director of Hayes Garden World of Ambleside, colluded with 57-year-old odd job man Derek Henderson over who was driving a luxury Porsche when it crashed near Kendal nearly two years ago.
New figures suggest 30,000 Cumbrian families are now living in poverty.
The number of families earning less than £10,000 a year has risen sharply from 19,000 in 2009.
See Matthew Taylor's full report.
The number of working families in Cumbria who live in poverty has risen sharply.
New figures published by the county council suggest 19,000 households earned less than £10,000 in 2009. By last year that had risen to 30,000.
International businessman Duncan Bannatyne has been speaking to ITV Border about 'inspirational' Cumbrian boy, Noah Wall.
Noah, from Abbeytown, was born with spina bifida. Despite doctors warning he was unlikely to survive birth, he has just turned two years old. He's now received a national bravery award.
Duncan Bannatyne said: "I met Noah, Shelly and Rob in the Lake District and have been friends ever since, Noah is an inspirational little boy who has fought the odds to survive. I am an Ambassador for the Scottish Spina Bifida Association and seeing Noah doing so well is an absolute delight.
" I am ecstatic that Noah has won the 'Baby Against All Odds' award from Mother and Baby magazine's and would like to wish Noah, Shelly and Rob a very happy and bright future and long may our friendship last."
Noah will be appearing on tonight's Lookaround programme on ITV Border from 6pm, showing off his new award.
Iran denied any involvement in the Lockerbie bombing in the face of the new allegations it contracted Palestinian and Syrian militants to carry out the attack.
New documents obtained by Al-Jazeera claim to show Iranian militants were behind the 1988 attack that killed 270 people. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham told AFP:
We reject any claims of Iranian involvement in this act of terror. Iran's stance not only on this case but on all terrorist-related issues is quite clear: Iran flatly denies (links) to any act of terror.