The businessman behind a £500,000 visitor centre for the Scottish Borders hopes his new venture could become a top visitor attraction
The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust in D&G saw thousands of birds descend on the centre during flooding earlier this month.
The latest poll suggests voters will base their decisions on whether they think Scotland's economy would be better or worse off.
Event organiser Brian Richardson, the Chief Executive of the H&H Group says that the local economy as a whole will benefit from hosting such a large event.
The event has attracted international interest, with delegates from Pakistan and India as well as judges from Canada, Holland and the USA. Mark Reuth from Wisconsin made the trip to Carlisle to judge the Holstein classes and told ITV how impressed he has been with the quality of the livestock
Record numbers of livestock entries are expected at the UK Borderway Dairy Expo in Cumbria, which is in its third year. Organisers of the event said 6,000 people would attend, including delegates from as far afield as Pakistan and India, with judges from Holland, Canada and the USA.
200 new affordable homes will be built in the Scottish Borders.
The Scottish Housing Minister Margaret Burgess made the announcement during a visit to a new housing development in Innerleithen.
The homes will be delivered by the Scottish Government and Scottish Borders Council.
Mrs Burgess also officially opened the 24 home development at James Hogg Court in Innerleithen, delivered by Tweed Homes through the Scottish Government's National Housing Initiative.
A West Cumbrian firm has announced plans to expand - and is set to create a hundred jobs.
M-Sport at Dovenby near Cockermouth manufactures rally cars for the global market. It's set to build a centre of excellence for vehicle testing and evaluation.
It won't just be for motor sport, however, as the company is also targeting the general automotive industry.
Kim Inglis reports.
A West Cumbrian firm has announced major expansion plans that will see 100 new jobs created.
M-Sport at Dovenby near Cockermouth manufactures rally cars.
It is set to build a centre of excellence for vehicle testing and evaluation.
A West Cumbrian firm has announced major expansion plans that will see a hundred new jobs created.
M-Sport at Dovenby near Cockermouth manufactures rally cars for the global market and is set to build a centre of excellence for vehicle testing and evaluation.
Entrepreneurs in Dumfries and Galloway are being urged to take advantage of some free advice.
A new HR advisor and tax advisor have joined the Business Gateway team and they're ready to help people who've started-up, or are thinking of starting-up, their own business.
Lori Carnochan reports.
The Stobart Group are selling a controlling 51 per cent of their road haulage business, Eddie Stobart.
A private-equity investor from the Isle of Man, DBAY Advisors, will take on the stake for £280.8million.
William Stobart, the current chief operating officer, will leave the company's board to become chief executive of Eddie Stobart Logistics.
The deal will allow Stobart Group to pay off £100million of debt, as well as investing £55million in their biomass division.