Historic attractions across the Borders are keeping their doors open to visitors for longer this season.Read the full story ›
More than 30 clansmen and women marched to Edinburgh Castle for a Scottish history landmark.Read the full story ›
A mystery sword that could have belonged to an infamous sixteenth century Border Reiver is on display at Dumfries Museum.Read the full story ›
Campaigners are presenting a petition to the Scottish parliament today in a bid to prevent a set of historic Galloway treasures being taken away to Edinburgh.
Campaigners say the Galloway Viking Hoard treasure, which has been in the region for over a thousand years and was found by metal detectorists in 2014 should be kept at a gallery at Kirkcudbright.
The answer to how pre-historic animals made it from the water to land has been discovered in the Scottish Borders.Read the full story ›
A veteran pilot from southern Scotland who helped sink the Bismarck has died at the age of 97.Read the full story ›
Cumbrian-born John Kent was the UK's first black policeman. He served in the Carlisle Police Force between 1837-1844.
We discovered more and spoke to two of his descendants, Ian and Euan Bulman, who still live and work near Carlisle as farmers.
Simisola Jolaoso reports:
Carlisle-born John Kent was Britain's first black policeman and two of his descendants live and work in Cumbria as farmers.Read the full story ›
A medal has been presented to a Borders lifeboat station to honour a rescue carried out by its crew 99 years ago.Read the full story ›
One of the oldest traditions in The Borders is underway - the Langholm Common Riding.Read the full story ›