Pupils from Leith Academy have been spraying poppies onto the pavement, to commemorate the 1915 Quintinshill disaster.
A train carrying hundreds of soldiers, many of them from the Leith Battalion of Royal Scots, crashed into a passenger service near to Gretna. It's remembered as the worst rail crash in Britain's history.
The A75 is closed both ways due to a serious multi-vehicle crash between Annan and Gretna.
The A74(M) is closed northbound at J21 (Gretna) because of an overturned lorry. Emergency services are at the scene. Drivers can expect delays.
More than a million pounds has been awarded to transform the centre of Gretna.
Dumfries and Galloway Council has approved the funds to renovate the area around Central Avenue. The project, expected to start in March, aims to provide more open spaces and a greener environment.
Fifty new jobs are due to be created with the expansion of Gretna's Gateway retail village.
The announcement comes after one of the most successful summers in the outlet's history.
Glasgow's Commonwealth Games saw Gretna Gateway's busiest ever week at the end of July, as tourists and residents flocked to the park.
The retail village currently welcomes more than two million visitors every year.
A festival promoting the Union between Scotland and the rest of the UK has taken place near the border, in Gretna.
As well as face-painting, music, and contributing to the Cairn, a tower of stones supporting the Union, festival goers joined up to create a No sign using the monument.
A festival promoting the union between Scotland and the rest of the UK has been held in Gretna.
Rory Stewart, MP for Penrith and the Borders organised the Brit Rocks concert.
Musicians from around the world played for No supporters beside a stone monument featuring messages of support for the Union, called the Hands Across the Borders Cairn.
A new museum about The Devil's Porridge - a world war one munitions factory in Gretna - is to be officially opened in Eastriggs.
The factory employed thirty thousand people during the Great War. It was one of the biggest at it's time, at nine miles long and two miles wide.
A cairn representing the links between England and Scotland was begun today.
The cairn is the idea of Cumbrian MP Rory Stewart who's been campaigning to persuade Scottish people to vote 'No' in the independence referendum on 18 September.
The 'Yes' campaign have welcomed the cairn but say it will stand as 'a symbol of the continued social union and friendship' between Scotland and the rest of the UK should there be a 'yes' vote.