Carlisle's Old Fire Station is already enjoying a new lease of life as a venue for the arts. And now, it's celebrating its history as well.
Photographs spanning more than sixty years have just gone on permanent display there. It means the building's past won't be forgotten. Charlotte Briere-Edney reports.
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 ›