The creative community in Peebles are celebrating after coming top in a competition to find Scotland's most creative places.
The latest poll suggests voters will base their decisions on whether they think Scotland's economy would be better or worse off.
The church where Cumbrian TV presenter Helen Skelton married her husband Richie Myler has been given a £70,000 grant towards repairs.
Police in the Borders and East Lothian are issuing a warning following a series of potential telephone banking scams in Duns and North Berwick, which have been reported over the last week.
Bank account holders have been contacted by someone claiming to be from their banks fraud unit informing them of unusual activity on their account. They are told to hang up and immediately call the emergency number on the back of their bank card.
The bogus callers then transfer the caller to a fake bank agent. Thinking that they are speaking to their bank, the account holder discloses their personal details that the culprits require. The callers are then able to transfer large amounts of money out of the alleged 'compromised' bank account.
Following a rise in the number of people in the area who have had problems with doorstep, high street and payday lenders, the citizens Advice Service has decided to make themselves accessible to the community at Annan Athletic v Peterhead. Advisors will be on hand in the supporter's social club.
A panel of MPs joined Helen Ford in the studio to give their verdicts on the Budget.
They included the Conservative MP for Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale David Mundell, alongside the Liberal Democrat Ian Swales, and Labour MP Catherine McKinnell.
Watch the full panel discussion here:
The next edition of Around The House will be on Thursday 3 April at 11:35pm
New figures suggest 30,000 Cumbrian families are now living in poverty.
The number of families earning less than £10,000 a year has risen sharply from 19,000 in 2009.
See Matthew Taylor's full report.
The number of working families in Cumbria who live in poverty has risen sharply.
New figures published by the county council suggest 19,000 households earned less than £10,000 in 2009. By last year that had risen to 30,000.
The Bishop of Carlisle, the Rt Rev'd James Newcome, is leading an investigation into the effects of the government's welfare reforms on people in Cumbria.
The Cumbrian Commission will take evidence from charities, community organisations and individuals over the coming months.
– The Rt Rev'd James Newcome, Bishop of Carlisle
It's our Christian duty to ensure all in society are cared for and protected and that any reforms do not unfairly penalise people."
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.