A little known Sherlock Holmes book has reappeared in Selkirk after nearly fifty years. Although some people are sceptical about the credibility of the story, the man who owns the book believes it was written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Fiona McIlwraith investigates.
Dr Andrew Murray has just returned from running 550 kilometres across one of the most inhospitable places on the planet.
He gave a talk about his time trekking across the Namib desert at the Peebles outdoor film festival
Organisers hoped the festival, which they have said was a success, would encourage more people to make the most of the great outdoors.
It is thought a little known Sherlock Holmes book has re-appeared in Selkirk after nearly 50 years.
Although there are sceptics over the authenticity of the story, the man who owns the book, Walter Elliot, believes it was written by Sir Arthur Conon Doyle to raise money to build a new bridge over the river Ettrick almost a hundred years ago.
Ahead of May's General Election we're going to be talking to the Border region's eight current MPs about their last five years in office. We want to scrutinise their record as a constituency MP and their political party on a national level.
To help us pose the most important questions we want you to tell us what you'd like us to ask them.
This is a chance to put your MP on the spot and to grill them about local and national concerns and issues.
So, send us your questions, let us know which MP they're for and we'll try to ask a selection of them on your behalf.
Police in Galashiels have arrested and charged a man in connection with a "number of local housebreakings".
The 24-year-old was found in a private garden at a home in Lawyers Brae on Wednesday night .
He has also been charged with three separate reports of housebreaking in the town and will appear in court at a later date.
Generally fine with plenty of sunshine, especially at first, with any remaining showers fading away.
However, further cloud, patchy rain and strengthening winds will arrive from the west around dusk. Maximum Temperature 8C.
A retired Police Inspector from the Scottish Borders has called on Police Scotland to be more transparent about officer numbers.
He says there are not enough officers in the region, and that police need to give more detail on when and where they are working.
Police Scotland say they have enough officers to keep communities safe.
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