One of Scotland's oldest homes is to return to the middle ages this weekend.
Jousting tournaments will take place in the grounds of Traquair House for the annual medieval fayre.
And workshops, performances and demonstrations will show what life was like in medieval times:
An inquest into the death of a security contractor, who was shot by a colleague in Iraq, is due to be delivered in Stockport today.
Paul McGuigan was killed in 2009 along with fellow security guard Darren Hoare.
In 2011, 31-year-old Danny Fitzsimons, from Manchester, was sentenced to 20 years in an Iraqi prison, for the two murders.
Paul's mother Corrine is from Innerleithen in the Scottish Borders.
Ten years ago an adventure events company was given a brief of showcasing all that the Borders has to offer to a greater number of tourists.
They came up with The Mighty Deerstalker - an obstacle race, run over rough terrain, up and down hills, and through rivers.
300 people came to the first run - a decade on there were around 3000 taking part. Fiona Marley Paterson was among them.
An inquest into the death of a security contractor who was shot by a colleague in Iraq has begun.
Paul McGuigan, whose mother Corrine is from Innerleithen in the Scottish Borders, was killed in 2009.
Dan Fitzsimons is currently serving a 20-year jail sentence in Iraq for the deaths of Paul McGuigan and Darren Hoare.
Artwork depicting images of the First Minister of Scotland, Britain's Prime Minister, Westminster and Holyrood has gone on display at Traquair House in Peebleshire.
'The Debatable Land' is a collage featuring poems, quotes and pictures relevant to the history of Scotland.
The artwork is by former poet and Harvard Professor Peter Sacks.
Scotland’s oldest inhabited house is a gathering place for world cultures to meet, talk and exchange ideas on the most pressing issues of our time, through discussion, art and film this weekend.
Traquair House is hosting speakers from around the world, who are discussing current international conflicts in Gaza, Iraq and Ukraine among others.
Observers and peacemakers will be discussing how Scotland can be a greater force for good in the world.
Expert voices with experience of global conflict zones, from BBC correspondent Alan Little to the former UN High Commissioner Sir Kieran Prendergast, are taking part.
A festival that 'travels beyond borders' is taking place in one of Scotland's oldest homes this weekend.
Traquair House in Peebleshire is hosting art exhibitions, a film festival, lectures, dialogues, literary walks, cycle rides talks and debates during the two-day Beyond Borders festival.
Among those featuring at the festival are war photographer Paul Conroy and Commonwealth Secretary General Kamalesh Sharma.
Scotland's place in the world and international conflicts are among the topics to be discussed.
The St Ronan's Games officially started yesterday, Sunday 13 July, with the Kirking at Innerleithan Church.
The 10 day festival celebrates the legend of the monk. Folklore suggests he introduced Christianity to the region.
Children dress up in 8th century costumes and the town's games, the oldest in Scotland, take place on Friday, 18 July.