Newcastleton's Libby Clegg has won gold 100 metres at the Commonwealth Games.
Clegg, who is visually impaired, ran with her guide Mikail Huggins in the para-sport T12 100 metre final at Hampden Park this evening.
She achieved a season's best time of 12.20 seconds winning Scotland's first gold medal in the athletics.
A 40-foot bridge has been put into place in Newcastleton to improve access for outdoor enthusiasts.
The bridge, which has cost more than £130,000, has been funded by local community, the Forestry Commission and the Borders Council. The bridge is expected to be in operation in May.
Police and Fire and Rescue Services have joined forces in the Scottish Borders to provide the first shared emergency service station in Scotland.
The station, based in Newcastleton, provides Police Scotland with their own office space within the fire station.
A local Community Officer and fire and rescue service staff will share facilities, with the aim of providing the community with a local shared service.
Shaun Turnbull, Chairman for Newcastleton Community Council, said:"This is brilliant for the town, particularly older people.
"The deterrent of having a visible police presence is very reassuring. Who knows, this might be an idea that could be rolled out across Scotland."
Swimmer James Clegg, from Newcastleton, came 8th in his 100m freestyle final at the Paralympics. Clegg, who is blind, already has one bronze. The freestyle was not his favourite race but he still managed a personal best of 55 .94.
Sister and brother Libby and James Clegg from the Borders won medals within an hour of each other, in different Paralympics events - meaning a mad dash between venues for their mother.
For rights reasons, some of the footage from Dan Ashby's report has been removed. Credit for images of James Clegg: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire. Credit for images of Libby Clegg: David Davies/PA Wire.
Equestrian's Scott Brash and Caroline Powell have returned to the Borders following medal wins at London 2012.
Caroline Powell, who lives in Kelso, won a bronze medal for New Zealand in the team eventing.
Her horse, former Burghley winner Lenamore, is kept in Newcastleton. He was the oldest horse competing in the eventing, at 19 years old. He is back at home resting for the winter.
However there is no holiday for Caroline, she has already been competing between her Olympic event and the closing ceremony. She will also fly out to New Zealand to celebrate with her team mates.
A man has died after being struck by a car in Newcastleton.
The 39 year old was walking along the B6357 on Monday evening when the accident happened.
Police are appealing for witnesses.