Lothian and Borders Police are investigating two deaths in a Borders town.
The bodies of a 22-year-old man and a woman, aged 26, were found in houses in Selkirk on Monday (25th March) and Tuesday (26th March).
It is understood the deaths may be drug related.
Police say the death of a 21-year-old man, whose body was found in Galashiels, is not being treated as suspicious.
The discovery was made shortly after 3pm on Wednesday (13th March), at his home in Torwoodlee Road.
A spokesman for Lothian and Borders Police said that door to door enquiries were carried out, but confirmed that the death is not being treated as suspicious.
Police have identified the body of a man found by a Workington beach as that of 52-year-old Michael Ainsworth from Sarsfield Road in Workington.
Mr Ainsworth was found dead in the Moss Bay area of Shore Road, in Harrington, at around 4.15pm yesterday (12th March).
His death is not being treated as suspicious.
An inquest is set to begin into the death of 56-year-old Betty Brown, whose body was found in woods near Longtown in January 2011.
Mrs Brown, from Hawick, was last seen in May 2010, when it is thought she travelled from Edinburgh to Longtown on a bus.
Her remains were found eight months later in woods near Longtown.
Despite extensive appeals to the public, the police have been unable to find out what happened to her.
Cumbria Police are still treating the death as 'suspicious'.
Police are investigating after a man's body was found near to an area known locally as Cod Fitz yesterday afternoon.
The man, who was pronounced dead at the scene, has been formally identified as 80 year old Henry Stephenson of Gote Road, Cockermouth. His family has been informed.
Police are not currently treating his death as suspicious and are conducting enquiries on behalf of the coroner.
A man's body has been found in Wastwater in Cumbria.
The discovery was made by the North West Police Underwater Search Team during a large scale search of Wastwater after a diver failed to surface on Sunday afternoon (27th January).
The body of a female has been found in Kendal.
The body was discovered in woodland near to the Castle Green Hotel in the town at around 10pm last night (4th January).
Police are investing but say they don't believe the death is suspicious.
The family of a woman who was found in the river Eden have paid tribute to her.
64-year-old Kathleen Dixon was found near Langwathby Bridge near Penrith, following a police search.
Her family have described her as someone who ' wouldn’t hesitate to help others.'
Mr and Mrs Wilfred Dixon, Kathleen’s brother and sister in law said:
“Kathleen was a very special sister, sister-in-law, auntie and friend.
“She was kind, heart-warming, loving and a very good friend of Sharon and Margaret. She would never hesitate to help anyone who needed her.
“She loved doing voluntary work with Age Concern and Eden Animal Rescue. Thank you to them for their care of her, and any other friends we have not mentioned. A very big thank you to the police for all their help and hard work in finding Kathleen.
“Thank you also to the hospital staff for their care of Kathleen.
“She has now gone to join her mam, big brother John and sister, Daphne. Give her a cuddle from us and look after her.”
The woman whose body was found in the river at Langwathby bridge has been named.
Kathleen Dixon, 64, from Bluebell Court in Penrith, was found during a search of the river after she was reported missing.
Cumbria Police say there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death.
The body of a man found in woodland two years ago still hasn't been identified, despite worldwide enquiries.
His remains were discovered near Canonbie in Dumfries and Galloway, but little more is known about him.
The police have always thought he could be Italian, or have links to Europe, but inquiries across the continent have drawn a blank.
Detectives here though haven't given up hope of solving the mystery of who he is and why he died.
Matthew Taylor reports: