The Scottish Borders village of Duns has been celebrating the 50th anniversary of Jim Clark's Formula One World Championship victory
Carlisle United boss Greg Abbott is on the verge of signing a contract with the club
Queen of South's Allan Johnston has been named PFA Scotland Manager of the Year. Striker Nicky Clark is 2nd Division Player of the Year.
Carlisle driver Peter Taylor, Culina Palletforce Racing.
More than 100 rally crews are heading into the forests today to take part in the RBF Pirelli Rally.
The event is the first round of the British Rally Championship and has attracted competitors from across Europe.
The rally kicks off with a ceremonial start in Carlisle town centre at 9.30am before the teams make their way to the stages near Pundershaw.
Spectators can get up close and personal to the cars and drivers at the rally headquarters based at Carlisle Racecourse.
For more information on what times the cars are in the stages, entry lists and spectator information, click here.
This year's British Rally championship kicks off in Carlisle tomorrow.
Top teams from around the world have started to arrive in the city and thousands of spectators are expected to flock to the Pirelli Rally over the weekend.
Ryan Dollard reports:
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has confirmed his interest in Queen of the South striker Nicky Clark.
The Light Blues boss has already held talks with the player's representative and his father, former Gers player and current Palmerston assistant Sandy, about a switch to Ibrox next season.
McCoist now hopes to meet with the player, who has netted an impressive 37 goals for the Irn-Bru Second Division champions this season, in the coming days
– Ally McCoist, Rangers Manager
I've spoken to Nicky's agent and I've spoken to his father, who I know reasonably well, just to let them know that we have an interest in talking to Nicky and meeting up with him and seeing if there is a possibility of him coming to the club.
"We are no further down the line than that, but I spoke to Sandy and I'm very keen to meet up, as are Sandy and Nicky, so hopefully we can get a meeting in the next couple of days.
"His goalscoring record is fantastic and we certainly need strengthened in forward areas, as we do all over the park.
Carlisle is preparing for one of the largest motorsport events in the region, as the first round of the British Rally Championship arrives in the city.
More than 100 crews are taking part in 22nd running of the the event, which is based at Carlisle Racecourse.
Spectators can visit the "rally village" where they can meet drivers, buy merchandise and learn about rallying.
The Rally begins tomorrow with a Ceremonial Start in Carlisle Town Centre between 10.30am and 1pm.
Competitors will then head off to Pundershaw forest for the first of three stages before returning to the racecourse for service.
For more information visit the British Rally Championship website.
A body found in a river in Kent has been named as that of Carlisle soldier Josh Thomas.
Police divers found the remains of the 18-year-old in the Medway yesterday afternoon (29th April), following a two week search.
Mr Thomas, who was based at an Army Barracks in Kent, was last seen after a night out in Rochester to celebrate finishing his exams.
A rugby player from the Scottish Borders will be spending his summer in Australia, after being called up for the Lions squad.
20-year-old Glasgow Warrior full-back Stuart Hogg has scored three tries in fifteen appearances for Scotland since his debut last year.
Joining Hogg in the 37-man British and Irish Lions squad are fellow Scots Sean Maitland and Richie Gray.
Tour Manager Andy Irvine and Head Coach Warren Gatland announced Wales' Sam Warburton as Captain at the press conference this morning.
For the full squad list visit the British and Irish Lions website.
Carlisle United Football Club has confirmed which players have been offered new contracts to keep them at Brunton Park for the 2013/14 campaign.
Top goal scorer Lee Miller has been offered a one year contract, along with captain Paul Thirlwell, midfielder Josh Todd and defender Danny Livesey.
Wide man Matt Robson has been offered a two year deal which would keep him with the club until the summer of 2015.
However, Adam Collin, Rory Loy, Mathieu Manset, Jon-Paul McGovern, Peter Murphy, Frank Simek and Andy Welsh have been released at the end of their contracts.
Queen of the South have been presented with the League Cup after being crowned Division Two champions. The Doonhamers preserved their unbeaten home league record with a 2-2 draw with East Fife on Saturday. It's been a memorable season for the team, who also won the Ramsdens Cup.