Thousands of extra homes and businesses in the Scottish Borders are set to benefit from high-speed fibre broadband.
The latest phase of the Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband programme will see communities including Ettrick Bridge and Jedburgh connected.
Over the summer the Rheged Centre in Penrith is home to an interactive exhibit of one of the world's most popular computer games.
Minecraft has sold sixty million copies worldwide. The game allows you to design your own virtual world and everything in it.
ITV Border went along to see this real life exhibition.
Fiona Marley Paterson has this report.
An interactive exhibition in Cumbria featuring the popular computer game Minecraft has been visited by almost 9000 people already.
We spoke to organisers to about the exhibition which is on at the Rheged Centre in Penrith to get some top tips of things you can do with Minecraft.
An exhibition on a popular computer game at the Rheged centre in Penrith has received over 9000 visitors in its first month of opening.Read the full story ›
A Minecraft inspired exhibition is on show at the Rheged Centre in PenrithRead the full story ›
The Kilgallioch Windfarm will become the third largest onshore windfarm in the UK. The company says it'll benefit the community.Read the full story ›
Anti-nuclear groups have slammed NuGen's announcement confirming Moorside as the site where the company intends to build Europe's biggest new nuclear power plant.
Radiation Free Lakeland's Marianne Birkby says the land next to Sellafield was originally designated as a 'buffer zone' to prevent further development and that the new development will 'double the terrorist target of Sellafield'.
"The land acquired by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority was bought out of the public purse as a buffer zone around Sellafield to ensure that there would be no new hazardous development or population increase near Sellafield.
"Protections have been ditched to accommodate the nuclear industry and our nuclear-obsessed government who plan to double the terrorist target of Sellafield with nuclear sprawl on green fields adjacent to the flood plain of the river Ehen. The only protections now are for the nuclear industry at the expense of Cumbria and the wider environment. What other industry would be allowed to operate with nominal public liability in the event of contamination accident?"
Nu-Gen signs contract with Nuclear Decommissioning Authority to base new plant at Moorside near Sellafield.Read the full story ›
More than 300 homes and businesses in Leitholm are the latest to benefit from the Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband programme.
The project team says in total, 16,000 properties in the Scottish Borders can now connect to fibre services.
The technology means more people can download and share large files at the same time, and quicker than before.
The aim is to increase fibre coverage to 95 percent of Scottish properties by 2017.