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The Jedburgh to Dumfries leg of the 2012 Tour of Britain has won an award for the 'Best Sporting Event' at the Scottish Thistle Awards.
The awards ceremony, organised by VisitScotland, recognises the exceptional efforts made by companies and individuals across the industry, including accommodation providers, visitor attractions, tour operators, food and drink establishments and event organisers.
It was hosted by Lorraine Kelly on 15 November at Stirling Castle.
Alastair Grant, Commercial Director of SweetSpot Group, who organised and promoted the Tour of Britain, said:
"The Tour of Britain has been visiting Scotland and Dumfries & Galloway for a number of years with the event continuing to grow in stature and popularity, so are very proud to accept this award in recognition of our efforts."
As the word 'selfie' entered the dictionary, we asked our presenters to send their self-shot snaps!
You have been sending yours too, see them here.
The word 'selfie' has been named as the word of 2013 according to Oxford Dictionaries.
The word is described as "a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website."
We would like to see the best selfies from Dumfries and Galloway, Cumbria and the Scottish Borders.
To get you started, ITV Border's Lori Carnochan, Paul Dobson and Hannah McNulty have taken their own selfie.
Send us your best efforts to email@example.com and remember to tell us where you are from.
A new statue commemorating the life of Borders rugby legend, Bill McLaren, has been unveiled at Murrayfield Stadium.
The "Voice of Rugby" bust was unveiled at the home of Scottish rugby with Bill's daughter Linda Lawson and and former Scotland scrum-half, Alan Lawson among the guests.
The rugby master from Hawick died in January 2010 aged 80.
A statue was also erected in his home town earlier this year. Click here for more.
The operators of a tug boat that sank, killing three crew members, have been fined 1.7 million pounds.
The Flying Phantom capsized in thick fig while towing a cargo vessel near Glasgow in 2007.
A man from the Scottish Borders was the only survivor.
Kathryn Sampson sent this report from the High Court in Edinburgh.
The operators of a tug boat which sank killing three crew members have been fined £1.7 million pounds.
The Flying Phantom capsized in thick fog on the River Clyde in December 2007.
Brian Aitchison from Coldingham in the Scottish Borders was the only survivor. He managed to swim free from the vessel.
Operators, Svitzer Marine, admitted a series of health and safety breaches at a previous court appearance and were handed the fine at the High Court in Edinburgh.
A lawyer speaking on behalf of the company said they felt 'deep and genuine remorse' for the deaths and had since changed operating procedures.
It Is a year since it was announced that trains would return to the Scottish Borders
after more than 45 years absence.
Work to restore the 31 miles of railway between Edinburgh and Tweedbank is expected to be completed in 2015.
It will be the longest railway built in Scotland since 1901.
Transport Minister, Keith Brown MSP, tells ITV Border what has been achieved in the last year.
It is a year since it was announced that trains are returning to the Scottish Borders after an absence of more than 45 years.
Work to restore the 31 miles of railway between South East Edinburgh and Tweedbank is expected to be completed in 2015.
It will be the longest railway to have been built in Scotland since 1901.
A Jedburgh man is one of thousands to call Citizens Advice Scotland, after buying a faulty used car.
Policeman David Ross bought a new vehicle on 1st October. Within 2 weeks it had to be towed to a garage, following engine failure.
"Initial thoughts are that it could be quite expensive. My options as I am aware are either to return the vehicle to the garage that I bought it from for a full refund, or the garage that I bought it from should pay for the repair.
"You buy from a garage because you think that is the safer option. In this case I think I have been unlucky."