A new display at Dumfries Museum celebrates the Scots who fought, and sometimes died, for their country.Read the full story ›
It should stay mainly dry for most, but will become increasingly cloudy from the west.
A few spots of drizzle are possible across the hills from any thicker cloud. Maximum Temperature 11C.
A film made in Cumbria to encourage disabled people to vote will be distributed across the UK.
500 copies will be sent to disabled people and groups ahead of May's general election.
That's because the quality of the film, and message behind it, have been approved by the Cabinet Office, which has agreed to fund it.
The film called "Voting - hear my voice" was made at Carlisle's MENCAP centre.
Paul Brand meets more candidates in our last political programme from Westminster before the General Election. Watch it here:Read the full story ›
A look ahead at the forecast for the Border regionRead the full story ›
The route for the official Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour has been announced, and the trophy will pass through both Cumbria and the Scottish Borders:
- Scottish Borders: 11 June - Jed Forest RFC
- Cumbria: 29 July - Scafell Pike and Workington RFC
With just under six months to go, the locations for Official Fanzones have also been announced, where fans can enjoy the build up to matches and watch them on the big screen.
The nearest Fanzones for people in the Border region are:
- Manchester, Albert Square - capacity 8,000
- Newcastle, Science Central - capacity 10,000
A cloudy morning with the rain gradually clearing to the east.
A brighter, albeit windy, afternoon will follow with sunny spells developing.
However it will feel chilly, despite the sunshine. Maximum Temperature 10C.
A whitewash and an outrage. Campaigners angry reaction to the inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal. We hear from one Borders man who developed HIV after being given an infected blood product. Also tonight: David Cameron claims Alex Salmond's using Ed Miliband as his poodle. And meeting Scotland's energy needs - the parties clash over who's to blame for the early closure of Longannet power station.