Police in the Scottish Borders are appealing for witnesses following a roof fire at a school in Jedburgh.
A member of the public noticed flames coming from the gym building at Parkside Primary on Waterside Road at 2:10am on November 8.
No one was injured and the Scottish Fire and Rescue service quickly discovered the seat of the fire, which measured approximately 18 inches by 18 inches.
“Fortunately no one was injured and this fire never had the opportunity to grow thanks to the actions of a member of the public and the quick response of the emergency services.
“However, this is a very serious matter and we are conducting various lines of inquiry in an effort to trace those responsible.
“We are looking very closely into the reports of a small group of youths who were seen in the area and I would urge anyone who can help us identify them to come forward immediately.
“Those with relevant information are asked to contact police on 101 or, alternatively the registered charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”
Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw expects the Scottish Borders to 'empty out' on Saturday as fans flock to Newcastle for the Rugby World Cup.
Thousands of supporters are expected to travel south of border to see the Scots play South Africa at St James' Park. Laidlaw, who attended school in Jedburgh, says many fans from the Borders will be among them.
Speaking at today's team announcement, he said:
I think there'll be a big, big support coming down from Scotland, specifically the Borders.
The people I've spoken to back home are all very excited. Hopefully there won't be many people left in the Borders and it will kind of empty out for the weekend.
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Nearly 300 horses and riders took part in Jedburgh's Jethart Callants Festival on Friday.
The annual event celebrates traditions and customs and remembers the town's past. Our Scottish Borders reporter Jenny Longden went along.
Hundreds of horses and riders are taking part in the Jethart Callants Festival in Jedburgh today.
The annual festival is part of the Borders Common Riding and Festival season.
The Cavalcade follows the Callant - a young man from the town elected to the position - around the town's boundaries.
They stop at Ferniehirst Castle and The Capon Tree to carry out traditional customs.
People in Jedburgh are celebrating this year's Jethart Callants Festival.
The annual event mimics the riding of the boundaries to fend off unwanted visitors, and has been held in the town since 1947.
Controversial plans for a skatepark in Jedburgh have been approved.
Councillors have given the go-ahead to a community group who want to build a park for skaters and bikers in an area known locally as the dip.
But some nearby residents say it will spoil views of the abbey and create noise.
Hundreds of spectators attended a reenactment of the Battle of Waterloo near Jedburgh at the weekend.
It marked the two hundredth anniversary of one of the most famous British war victories.
Organisers say it was even more popular than they had expected.
Both rock and traditional bands are set to take the stage for Riverside Rock 2015 later today, June 20, in a charity music festival.
The 2,000 capacity event will begin at Jed-Forest RFC, Riverside Park at 12pm and is set to finish at midnight.
Attendees are encouraged to bring along a picnic (alcohol not permitted) and to help raise money for “Cash For Kids” and other sports organisations around the Scottish Borders.
A row has broken out in the Scottish Borders over plans to redefine council ward boundaries. Under the proposals, rural areas surrounding Hawick have been included in a new Jedburgh ward.
Local people say it will break long standing ties to areas, including an historic battleground that shapes Hawick's annual Common Riding festival. Jenny Longden reports.