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A new report has been published suggesting golden eagles could flourish again in the south of Scotland, given the right environment.
The paper, produced by Scottish Natural Heritage, shows that the area could sustain up to 16 breeding pairs of the iconic bird.
At the moment there are just one or two pairs attempting to breed in Galloway, and possibly three pairs in the Borders.
Fiona McIlwraith went to woodland near Moffat to meet one of the experts who compiled the report.
New figures released by the RNLI show that the number of coastal deaths has reached its highest level for four years.
In 2012/2013 thirteen people died in our coastal waters - four in the seas off Cumbria, five off Dumfries and Galloway and, on the East coast, four died off the Scottish Borders' shoreline.
The RNLI is now launching another campaign to raise awareness of water danger.
Lori Carnochan reports.
Plans to introduce controversial parking charges in Carlisle and across Cumbria have divided opinions in the city.
The County Council says charges are necessary because of budget cuts, but local businesses have voiced concerns about the effect that the new charges could have on their trade.
Katie Hunter reports.
Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses after a couple were racially assaulted in Eyemouth.
The incident happened at 11pm on Tuesday, 22 July outside the Kurdi Grill takeaway and a 24-year-old man received 'serious' facial injuries.
Police say the Pakistani man and his Latvian wife were walking their dog in Market Place when they were approached by an unknown suspect..
The man was taken to Borders General Hospital for treatment.
– Inspector John Scott, Police Scotland
"We are treating this serious assault as a racially aggravated attack.
"We will not tolerate any form of hate crime and anyone found to be involved in crimes of this nature can expect to be dealt with by Police Scotland."
Anyone with any information can contact Police Scotland on 101 or alternatively the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
The Government has launched a new long term plan to deal with the UK's radioactive waste, after plans to put it in Cumbria were rejected a year ago.
Cumbria County Council turned down plans to build a 12 billion pounds underground nuclear waste store in our region last year.
Under today's new strategy, the Government will survey the whole country to find out where would be most suitable to store the waste.
The survey will take two years to complete.
Dozens of streets in Carlisle could soon be subject to on-street parking charges.
The County Council wants to enforce the fees across Cumbria and says charges are necessary amid budget cuts.
Some traders say it will harm their businesses because they don't think people will pay to park, but others have welcomed the move as a way to ease congestion.
21-year-old Daniel Wallace came second in his heat during this morning's qualifiers in Glasgow.
Daniel, who is originally from Duns, is one of Scotland's most promising young swimmers.
He'll be going for a medal in the Final at 7.15pm - but for now, see him in action in the earlier heat.