Emma brings you Saturday night's weather and pollen forecast
A cloudy start with patchy rain soon clearing to the north.
Dry after this with warm sunny spells developing and staying fine into the evening.
Breezy near the coast. Maximum Temperature23°C.
Dry to start this evening before heavy showers and thunderstorms move northwards across the region overnight, with hail, squally winds and some torrential downpours in places.
Drier conditions follow from the south later. Minimum Temperature 14°C.
Thanks to the Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband programme more than 1,000 homes and businesses in the Scottish Borders are now able to connect to fibre broadband.
It's part of the £410 million project to introduce fibre broadband to Scotland.
£8.4 million has been put towards the project by the Scottish Borders Council in addition to block funding from all the Scottish local authorities.
It’s really exciting to hear that so many premises in and around Coldstream are already able to connect to fibre broadband. It’s good to see this project reaching more communities in our area, contributing towards the aim of connecting most of our homes and businesses to fibre broadband.
Access to high-speed internet technology is vital to both residents and businesses – which is why Scottish Borders Council chose to invest £8.4 million into the programme’s rollout.”
A further £126 million is to be contributed to the Digital Scotland programme by BT
Hundreds of people in Coldstream now have access to their best ever broadband speeds, and more will follow. As the fibre network extends across the Scottish Borders, making the most of it is vital. I hope local people and businesses will soon be taking advantage of all the opportunities on offer.”
Fibre broadband lets users to access the internet, download and share large files at the same time more quickly.
The Rugby World Cup is set to begin in September, and work is already underway in Cumbria to train more coaches.
That's necessary because the number of young people involved in the game is expected to soar - presenting grass roots clubs with a unique opportunity, but also a huge challenge.
Ryan Dollard went to find out more:
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Judges have ruled that relatives of the victims of the Lockerbie bombing should not be allowed to pursue an appeal on behalf of the man convicted of the atrocity - Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi.
Delivering the court's judgment, Lord Carloway said: "The Scottish criminal justice system does not at present allow victims or relatives of victims to be direct participants in criminal proceedings."
Since June last year, the SCCRC has been considering a fresh, joint application from members of Megrahi's family and the Justice for Megrahi campaign group, which includes relatives of British victims of the bombing, to review the conviction.
It was believed to be an unprecedented move - the first time in UK legal history that relatives of murdered victims have united with the relatives of a convicted deceased in such a way.
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