Jamie Reed MP has written and open letter to the First Minister about the future for Scotland's nuclear waste at Sellafield.
ITV Border's Political Editor, Peter MacMahon, discusses the 'ground war' to secure September 18 votes
More people are falling victim to scams in Scotland, according to figures published by Citizens Advice Scotland.
Our region's first athlete is in action today at the Commonwealth Games as the Borders' Daniel Wallace swims in the 400m freestyle heat.
Daniel went to Chirnside Primary school and Duns Swimming club where he first started his swimming career.
He has since moved to East Lothian and travelled to the US to study.
Watch his performance and see how he gets on at 11am.
ITV Border has learnt that Sellafield could stop taking nuclear waste from Scotland if the country decides to go independent.
The Copeland MP Jamie Reed has told this programme that international laws mean Scotland would have to deal with its own radioactive material rather than export it.
The Scottish government says they'd negotiate a solution.
In response the Scottish Government said:
– Spokesperson, Scottish Government
“An independent Scotland will ensure that the nuclear legacy inherited from the UK is managed safely and effectively, something that would be in the interests of both countries. Indeed, the management of radioactive waste is a devolved matter and, as such, is already the responsibility of the Scottish Ministers. Following a vote for independence the way in which the UK’s nuclear legacy is managed will be the subject of detailed negotiations.”
People from across Scotland are being invited to join a special service to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War next month.
A thousand free places have been made available to members of the public who do not already have tickets for the Drumhead Service at Edinburgh Castle on Sunday, August 10.
The multi-faith commemoration will be held before a congregation of almost 9,000 people, including representatives of the armed services, veterans' groups, charities and civic leaders.
The event will replicate services held on the frontline 100 years ago when piled drums with draped Colours were used in place of an altar.
The service, which will mark the start of a five-year programme of commemorations in Scotland.
– Norman Drummond, chair of the Scottish Commemorations Panel
"We want to invite the whole of Scotland - people of all ages and in all corners of the country - to join us in remembering those who served during the First World War, to consider the significant impact the war had on Scotland and Scots around the world and to ask the question 'What do we learn from all this?'
"By making a thousand places available to the general public we can be certain that as many people as possible, from all parts of Scotland, have an opportunity to come and commemorate this important anniversary, upon which we and our children and our grandchildren may in years to come reflect that 'we were there and we remembered'."
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo are organising the service, procession and memorial event at the request of Scottish ministers.
To find out more about the service you can visit this website: www.WW100Scotland.com.
The Bishop of Carlisle has spoken out against the government's plans to allow doctors to help people with a terminal condition end their life.
Parliament is discussing the plans today.
There are strong opinions on either side and it has divided the church as much as anyone.
The shadow Scottish secretary Margaret Curran is visiting Dumfries and Galloway and the Borders today.
With just weeks to go until the independence referendum, the Labour MP will be speaking about the potential effect that having a more formalised border could have on international trade.
The SNP are arguing any negative assertions are based on what they describe as "inaccurate data".
20-year-old Kirsty Yates is the daughter of a farmer who lives near Castle Douglas in Dumfries and Galloway. She's competing in the shot putt event at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. She's also hoping to shake off the stereotypical image of females in her sport to persuade more women to take part. Watch her interview with Hannah McNulty above.
Cumbria and Scotland have seen a total of 17 arrests in connection with a six-month, nation-wide police operation into child abuse.
The operation saw a total of 660 suspected paedophiles arrested across Britain.
In Cumbria four people have been arrested while 13 arrests have been made across Scotland.
Police Scotland have not released a regional breakdown of their arrests.
Scotland's Deputy First Minister has been in Dumfries today, answering questions from locals about Scottish independence.
With 72 days until the referendum, and the pro-independence campaign slipping in some recent polls, Nicola Sturgeon has been arguing a "Yes" vote would be good news for the South of Scotland.
Our political reporter Joe Pike went along:
The Deputy First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, is in Dumfries answering questions from local residents about Scottish Independence.
People have been invited along to find out more about the Yes campaign's blueprint for an independent Scotland.