The latest episode of ITV Border's Scottish Political Programme.
Representing Border looks at the issues from Holyrood and Westminster that matter to the South of Scotland.
Gales continuing during Tuesday with heavy showers, wintry over hills. Wintry showers and clear spells bring the risk of ice overnightRead the full story ›
Plans to build a wind farm between Stow and Lauder have been rejected by Scottish Borders Council.
Airvolution's application for the seven turbine site at Muircleugh was unanimously refused by the Council’s Planning and Building Standards Committee yesterday morning.
The council believes it would have an "unacceptable" impact on the landscape and character of the area.
But the company behind the plans claims the council has 'lost out on over £3.9m of investment' to the region. It says it is considering its options with regards to next steps.
A bright and mainly dry start with a few scattered showers, wintry over hills.
Turning cloudier by lunchtime with longer spells of rain in the afternoon, wet snow temporarily over the higher ground in east.
Winds strengthening again. Highs at best to 9°C
Dry, bright start over The Borders. Showers will soon develop though, becoming frequent and heavy over Dumfries and Galloway, extending eastwards during the afternoon.
A mix of fewer showers and more sunshine later but with strengthening westerly winds. Highs to 9 °C.
Hundreds of people have turned out at the Border Reivers festival in Hawick today.Read the full story ›
A brighter afternoon but windy with showers. Further rain/showers into Sunday. Some sunshine developing but winds staying strong and coolerRead the full story ›
British Summer Time begins on Sunday. We may lose an hour in bed but the sun won't set until around 7.42 pm on Sunday evening.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of people are expected at the two-day Border Reivers festival in Hawick this weekend.
The event celebrates the myths and dramas of the area in the 16th and 17th centuries when the notorious Reivers were active.
Feuding families of Reivers often conducted raids across the border to England to steal cattle and many were hanged by the authorities.
The festival features drama, song, poetry and re-enactments to show what life was like in those turbulent times 400 years ago.
There will also be a torchlight procession through the town this evening.
A wet and windy start, with overnight rain clearing during the morning. Gales possible in exposure with gusts reaching 50-60mph.
Sunny spells will then follow but also blustery showers feeding in along the strong west wind.
Milder highs of 13°C, so feeling warm in shelter.