Stobo Castle Health Spa has been announced as the "Best in Scotland" at the Good Spa Guide Awards.
The spa, which is based near Peebles, is the country's only destination health spa.
The facility brings in thousands of people to the Scottish Borders every year.
Leading figures in mountain biking from around the world have been meeting in Peebles to discuss how best to take the sport forward in Scotland.
The three day event explored ways to make the growing sport even more popular, as Jenny Longden reports
Professional riders and tourism bosses have come together in Peebles this week, to see how Scotland can become a world leader at Mountain biking.
The Tweed Valley boasts two 7 stanes biking sites at Glentress and Innerleithen, including the worlds longest trail.
International riders, including the world's leading adventure rider Hans "No-way" Rey and Commonwealth Games star Grant Ferguson have been speaking at the Scottish Mountain Biking Conference.
A demonstration has been held in Peebles to oppose any privatisation of the NHS.
The protestors believe that a trade deal between Europe and the United States could open the way for US companies to become involved in the British health service.
Demonstrations are being held across the country. The Government and the EU say that the deal won't lead to privatisation but protestors remain unconvinced.
Champion cyclist Grant Ferguson is taking part in the first International Mountain Bike Conference in Peebles.
Up for discussion will be the issues affecting mountain biking as its popularity continues to grow. Grant, from Peebles, will talk about his personal experiences of mountain biking in Scotland.
A 22-year-old man from Peebles has died in a crash on Old Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh.
Kyle Thomson was a front seat passenger in a Hyundai car, which was involved in a crash with a Subaru Impreza around 11.10pm on Friday 7th November.
He was taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary along with the driver, 24-year-old Sean Allan, and another male passenger before passing away in the early hours of Monday 10th November. Sean Allan was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at the hospital and the third male is receiving treatment.
Anyone with information regarding the incident should contact Police Scotland.
First Minister Alex Salmond is visiting Peebles later today where he's expected to announce further funding for war memorials across Scotland.
Hundreds of memorials have already been restored to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War.
Mr Salmond will meet with local veterans and primary school children during his visit.
The Scottish Government has told ITV Border it's considering launching an inquiry into child sexual abuse. With much attention on the troubled inquiry south of the border, ministers in Scotland are under growing pressure to act.
Today Alex Salmond confirmed a statement will be made at Holyrood next week. Joe Pike has been speaking to one survivor of child sex abuse who now lives in Peebles.
A 75-year-old cyclist has been taken to hospital after being hit by a car in Peebles.
According to police the pedal cyclist, named as Carl Lane, was hit by a Volvo XC90. Mr Lane was taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary but later transferred to the Spinal Unit at the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow. He's described as being in a 'serious but stable condition'.
Police Scotland are encouraging witnesses to get in contact.
Police in Peebles have renewed an appeal for witnesses after a collision on the A76 near Eshiels.
The accident happened at around 6pm on Monday, October 27.
Carl Lane, 75, was struck by a Volvo XC90, and was taken to the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. He was later transferred to the Spinal Unit at the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow, where he is in a serious but stable condition.
Police believe several motorists may have witnessed the collision, but have not yet come forward.
"This is a serious incident and we are urging anyone who witnessed the initial collision to immediately come forward and help with police enquiries.
“Anyone with information should contact Police Scotland on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."