Both of Eyemouth's lifeboats were called out this weekend to help three divers who were found clinging to a buoy.
Shortly after 5:35pm on Sunday Aberdeen Coastguard launched the boats to rescue the divers, who were trying to swim to shore but were struggling against the strong tide.
The inshore lifeboat was first on scene and quickly located the three divers who were clinging to a marker buoy, just to the south of Eyemouth.
They were taken onboard the boat before being transferred to Eyemouth lifeboat, where they were checked over and taken back to the town.
Selkirk recycling centre reopens today, after being closed for five months to allow for essential flood works.
The centre was closed in February to make way for a diversion route for the Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme to be extended through the site.
The work means homes and businesses can still be accessed while the installation of a new culvert requires a section of Dunsdale Hough road to be shut.
A Border Television TV Guide from 1961 is to be auctioned in Carlisle today.
The small piece of Border TV history was found in a house clearance where it had been hidden in a box for more than 50 years.
The September 1st edition transports us back to a time a few years before colour TV would have been in many homes.
It features programmes including Wrestling with Big Daddy, Western TV series Cheyanne, The Avengers and of course Coronation Street.
Experts say they have no idea how much the guide, which will be auctioned at H&H Auction Room, will be sold for.
Heavy lifting gear will be used to remove trees and other debris washed into Carlisle's River Petteril during December's floods.
It's hoped the work - due to start today - will reduce the risk of further flooding.
It's being carried out by the Environment Agency.
Work to secure power supplies to one of Cumbria's most remote locations will start today.
Electricity North West is installing a new cable under Wastwater to continue powering the nearby village of Wasdale Head.
Carlisle Cathedral's being given £400,000 to repair some of the oldest parts of the building.
The money's come from First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund and reflects Carlisle's close associations with the conflict.
Matthew Taylor reports.