Dumfries-born Calvin Harris has entered the Sunday Times Rich List for the first time.
The 31-year-old DJ and producer, who is reportedly worth £70 million, is ranked joint 30th with Mark Knopfler and Pete Townshend.
Sir Paul McCartney heads the list. He is said to have amassed a personal fortune of £730 million - £20 million up from last year - despite not having had a UK number one single in decades.
The full Rich List, a 128-page guide to the 1,000 richest people in the UK and 250 wealthiest in Ireland, is published on Sunday.
A Scottish Borders theatre company is closing after 25 years.
The Selkirk-based Rowan Tree Theatre Company says it's due to funding running out and increased performance costs.
It says the theatre's been struggling to survive for some time.
The Duke of Buccleuch will host a farewell for the company at Bowhill Theatre next Monday.
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An ITV drama set in the Lake District will air tonight at 9pm.
The cast and crew, including Christopher Eccleston, spent time filming in Coniston late last year.
As Hannah McNulty reports, those who live in the village are hoping it will attract visitors to the area.
The Lake District provides the backdrop for a new ITV drama that begins tonight at 9pm.
Safe House is set in and around Coniston, and its cast includes Christopher Ecclestone, who once played Dr Who.
It tells the story of a former detective who's asked to turn the remote guest house he now runs with his wife into a safe house for a family in fear for their lives.
The cast and crew descended on the village for filming late last year, and those that live their hope it will benefit from the television exposure.
Borders based folk guitarist John Renbourn has died aged seventy.
Renbourn teamed up with fellow guitarist Bert Jansch to form influential folk band Pentangle in the late 1960s before going on to enjoy a successful solo recording and performing career.
The musician was found at his Hawick home on Thursday after a suspected heart attack.
He's survived by two sons and a daughter.
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A two-day festival celebrating the history of the Border Reivers gets underway today.
The event in Hawick will highlight what the area was like in those turbulent times five hundred years ago.
It'll feature drama, song, poetry and re-enactments.
The festival will also include a torchlight procession through the town.