Parents of Andrew Watt, who died in France 2010 are protesting to find out more information regarding their son's death
A band started in the Scottish Borders is to return for a one off gig in their hometown.
Art and football come together in a Borders forest
Safety fears have been raised after it emerged that zig-zag safety lines painted outside some schools in the Borders are not currently covered by legislation.
Despite being painted outside school entrances, the safety markings are not covered by a traffic regulation order that prevents people from parking on them.
The issue came to light when a parent complained to police about motorists parking on zig-zags to drop children off at school, to be told they were unable to take action because the legislation is not yet in place.
Scottish Borders Council say they are in the final stages of a traffic regulation order, which they hope will be enforceable in a few months time.
A charity that makes up starter boxes for people in the Borders who were once homeless has now given out a thousand packs.
Selkirk based charity Fresh Start gives out household goods to people that have moved into a home after previously living on the streets.
For many, the boxes give them a foot-up as they strive to live an independent life.
Jenny Longden reports.
If you want to find out more about the charity you can visit the Fresh Start website.
The soup firm Baxters has confirmed that it will shut its Selkirk Shop and Cafe in a fortnight's time with the loss of 23 jobs.
The company is closing other parts of its business in Scotland and described the decision as "very regrettable".
The UK's first post office to be run by a housing association will officially open in the Scottish Borders later. (Monday 27th January)
The Post Office Local will be run from the entrance of the Scottish Borders Housing Association on Whinfield Road in Selkirk.
It comes after a local survey found that 97% of residents and 100% of local businesses were in favour of the idea.
A cafe and deli in Selkirk run by the soup firm Baxters is to close, with the loss of more than 20 jobs.
The company says it can no longer run the business, because its distributer plant at Blackford in Perthshire is set to be sold.
The news has been described as bitterly disappointing and a blow for the town, as Jenny Longden reports:
The Baxters cafe and deli in the Scottish Borders is to close with the loss of 23 jobs.
The shop, run by the soup producers of the same name, is to close their factory in Selkirk and another one in Edinburgh.
Cllr Gordon Edgar Scottish Borders Council said its an 'devastating blow' for the workers:
The Baxters cafe and deli in Selkirk is due to close in February with losses of over 20 jobs.
The company say their main distributers for their retail outlets is selling up and they have been unable to find a replacement.
The news has been described as a huge blow for the town.
More than 20 jobs are to be lost as Baxters closes it only Scottish Borders outlet in February.
On Friday received notice the restaurant, delicatessen and retail store in Selkirk is to be shut down.
Owners of the soup company's main warehouse distribution centre at Blackford are selling and Baxters have been unable to find a replacement.
A memorial in the Scottish Borders honouring those who died in conflict will take months to repair after being vandalised.
Now, people in Selkirk are calling for commmunities to be better educated about our wartime history. Jenny Longden reports.