A 7-year-old girl is raising money for victims of a typhoon in the Philippines by busking in Dumfries
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A seven-year-old girl from Dumfries is raising money for victims of the typhoon in the Philippines, by busking in her home town.
Ruby Darbyshire has been playing instruments, including a harmonica and a ukelele, on her own for shoppers.
Her mum, Joe Calabroso is Filipino, and has relatives in the disaster struck country.
Ruby is fundraising for the Disaster Emergency Committee, who are raising money to help more than 11 million people affected by the typhoon.
A group of cyclists raising money for a fund set up in honour of a Dumfries teenager who died from meningitis have completed their charity challenge. The men arrived at John O'Groats on Saturday afternoon.
They rode 1000 miles as part of the Jenna Dempster Superstar Cycle challenge. Jenna, who was 17, died from meningitis 10 years ago.
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Baby Bradley was born three months prematurely when his parents were in France around the time of Bradley Wiggins' success in the Tour de France.
Chris Warren has cycled 120 miles for 5 days with a friend, and then presented the hospital and other charities with over £6000.
He says his knees still hurt but it was worth it.
A group of cyclists have been given a heroes' welcome as they arrived in Dumfries and Galloway.
They are half-way through a 1,000 mile challenge, in memory of a Dumfries teenager who died suddenly from meningitis.
They are riding from Lands End to John O'Groats to raise money for the Jenna Dempster Superstar Fund.
This afternoon, friends and family met them in Moffat - and Hannah McNulty was there too.
Watch her full report below.
The cycle team have arrived in Scotland and are taking a well earned break in Gretna.
They are then heading to Lockerbie where they will stop for lunch before making their way to Moffat.