Business leaders say the opening of the Borders Railway could help bring in more companies.
The Business Gateway helps some of the 5,500 businesses already based in the Borders.
A school has opened in the Borders that teaches the art of traditional kilt making.
The method declined after the Second World War, but two specialists in Duns are offering lessons in the hope it doesn't die out.
Hannah McNulty reports.
A school has opened in the Borders to preserve the art of traditional kilt making.
Kilts and clan tartans date back hundreds of years.
But the traditional method of creating them declined after the Second World War, with many of those worn today made on machines.
Two specialists in Duns are offering lessons on the original method, and people are travelling from hundreds of miles to learn from them.
Hundreds of spectators attended a reenactment of the Battle of Waterloo near Jedburgh at the weekend.
It marked the two hundredth anniversary of one of the most famous British war victories.
Organisers say it was even more popular than they had expected.
Dry and bright with some sunny spells expected, although any sunshine will be rather hazy.
There's a risk of isolated showers during the afternoon, especially in the west.
Feeling warm in any sunshine, with winds mostly light. Highs to 20°C.
One of the principals in the Galashiels Common Ridings is recovering from falling off his horse.
Fraser Anderson, who was the 2014 Melrosian, cracked several ribs and sustained bumps and bruises when he fell off during a 4-hour ride out near Cauldshiels Loch.
The accident delayed the start of the Braw Lads Ride out while an air ambulance was called out, due to the inaccessibility of the area and concern for his condition.
His father Ian thanked everyone who helped on Fraser's Facebook page.
"Fraser has a few cracked ribs and plenty of aches but otherwise okay. Thanks again to everyone."
But thousands of people still packed the streets of Galashiels to cheer on Braw Lad Cameron Pate and Braw Lass Abbie Frankland.
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