A charity is marking 50 years of helping children living in poverty.
Borders Children's Charity, which is run entirely by volunteers. gave out grants totalling £45,000 last year to help nearly 600 vulnerable young people. Matty Sutton reports.
One of Cumbria's best known newspapers is celebrating its 200th anniversary.
The first edition of The Cumberland News rolled off a press in Carlisle in 1815.
The paper was originally called "The Patriot".
Scotland's part in the Battle of Waterloo will be commemorated in a special re-enactment in the Borders at the end of June.
The Waterloo Monument near Jedburgh is the chosen site to mark the 200th anniversary.
A cavalry charge and marching bands are just some of the attractions scheduled
The baby was found in Millon 24 years ago.
The NHS is celebrating its 65th anniversary with numerous events planned across the south of Scotland to mark the special occasion.
NHS Scotland was set up in 1948 and is now Scotland's largest employer with 157,000 staff working across the health service.
The oldest coast to coast passenger route in the UK is celebrating its 175th anniversary. The route linking the cities of Newcastle and Carlisle opened in the 1838. Events have been taking place along the line.
Volunteers from Beamish Museum dressed in Victorian costume and a brass band from Hexham played at Carlisle and Newcastle stations. The event was organised by the Tyne Valley Community Rail Partnership. You can watch Hannah McNulty's report below.
Celebrations are being held for the 175th anniversary of the Newcastle to Carlisle railway line.
A special historical service will leave for Carlisle at 11.22am.
It is the oldest coast to coast passenger line in the UK and opened in 1838.