A Borders village lifeboat which was withdrawn earlier this year to cut costs is set to take to the water again thanks to Tunnocks teacakes.
The people of St Abbs set out to raise half a million pounds for an independent lifeboat after the RNLI withdrew its vessel in September.
But Thomas Tunnock and Sons have now stepped in with a £250,000 donation to fund a new boat, to be named after the firm.
The boat is expected to be in service next year.
Langholm Academy is the plaice to be today.
Pupils will be getting their hands on all kinds of seafood to learn about the industry and health benefits of eating fish.
The sessions are run as part of the Seafood in Schools project.
Householders across the region are being warned to protect themselves from carbon monoxide poisoning by ensuring boilers, heating and cooking appliances are in working order.
The warning from fire services and health organisations has been issued to coincide with Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week.
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Part of a machine which will play a crucial role cleaning up the most hazardous building at Sellafield has arrived on site.
The 50-tonne component was transferred three miles by road from Beckermet.
It will retrieve radioactive waste from the Magnox Swarf Storage facility.
A Cumbrian council has suspended cardboard recycling, after meat was dumped in containers and they were targeted by arson attacks.
ITV Border reporter Kate Walby spoke to Janice Carrol:
Cardboard collection at Copeland's recycling sites has been suspended after recycling banks were contaminated with meat and plastic.
Copeland Borough Council says it has been forced to halt collection until it can find ways to stop people abusing the service.
New flood defences in the Whitesands area of Dumfries could move a step closer today.
Councillors are meeting to chose their preferred method of protecting the area from flooding.
They're expected to choose a raised walkway alongside the river. But some local companies are concerned that could harm their businesses more than the flooding.
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The Chief Executive of a company hoping to open a new underground coal mine in west Cumbria says it could open at the end of 2018.
Mark Kirkbride, of West Cumbria Mining, says around one billion tonnes of coking coal could be on the coastline near Whitehaven.