The gypsy community has come together with a local village to put on an exhibition about a 400 year old fair held in the Scottish Borders.
The St Boswells Fair brings gypsies from across the UK to the village every summer.
They have been working with the community council to better inform local people about their lifestyle, as Jenny Longden reports.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer stopped off at a Borders Book shop and deli this morning to meet with local business leaders from the area.
George Osborne toured the Mainstreet Trading Company in St Boswells before sitting down with business people to discuss their concerns.
Among the issues raised were taxation and transport links to the Borders.
Mr Osborne is in Scotland along with the Prime Minister, David Cameron, to watch the naming of a new warship in Rosyth this afternoon.
Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses after a speed camera was set on fire north of Newtown, St Boswells.
A camera on the southbound carriageway of the A68 is thought to have been set on fire between 11:40pm, Tuesday 29 April and 12.20am, Wednesday 30 April.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service were also at the scene.
Anyone with information can contact Police Scotland on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
St Boswells have been kicked out of Rugby Union's Scottish Bowl Final for allegedly fielding three ineligible players during the competition.
They would have been the only Borders team at National Finals Day next weekend.
The club says the players were dual-registered and that the steps taken are harsh, adding that legal advice will be sought.
St Boswell's Rugby team have had recent success and one player, 65 year old Dave "The Brick" Elliot has been with the club since 1963.
Stuart Cameron reports.
St Boswells Rugby Team have put a few bad years behind them and gone on a glorious winning run.
A few years ago they were in such a bad place that they lost one gameby 200 points!
But on Saturday they play against Glenrothes when a win willput them into the Final of the National Bowl competition.
It was an emotional time for families as soldiers returned home from Afghanistan three months early.
Alison Cameron from St. Boswells was reunited with her son Neil, who's made it home for Christmas and his 21st birthday.
"I'm absolutely thrilled, i've just burst into tears. I'm so pleased to see him and so proud of him. His brothers will just love having him home for Christmas"
The owners of a guest house in St Boswells are celebrating after winning a prestigious national tourism award.
Whitehouse Country House beat off competition from across the county to be crowned "Best Guest House".
The Scottish Thistle Award, organised by Visit Scotland, was presented to owner Angela Tyrer, at Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow.