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Cyclists will be able to enjoy a popular Borders cycling event traffic free for the first time.
Tour o' the Borders, which began two years ago with just 286 riders, was hugely popular last year with more than 2000 cyclists taking part.
This year will be the first time that the event is completely closed-road.
The route will pass through Peebles, Cardrona, Selkirk, Clovenfords and Roberton, with participants choosing to take in either a 76 or 55 mile circuit.
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Selkirk Football Club have confirmed that ex Hibernian FC player Gary O'Connor is to sign with the club.
The 31-year-old has also played for Locomotive Moscow and Birmingham City.
The club say O'Connor will be at their friendly match against a Hibs at Yarrow Park today, Wednesday 30 July.
Selkirk's league season kicks off on Saturday with a home match against Threave Rovers.
Scottish Borders MP Michael Moore and Council Leader David Parker are encouraging the public to join in with their 97 mile trek along the Tweed.
They'll set off from Tweedsmuir on Monday 25th August, and finish in Berwick on Sunday 30th August.
The timetable is as follows:
- Day 1 - Tweedsmuir to Bellspool, Distance 16.5m
- Day 2 - Bellspool to Innerleithen, Distance 13.8m
- Day 3 - Innerleithen to Melrose, Distance 16.7m
- Day 4 - Melrose to Kelso, Distance 17.9m
- Day 5 - Kelso to Norham, Distance 15.7m
- Day 6 - Norham to Berwick, Distance 9.9m
Pupils from Peebles High School have been visiting some of the battlefields and memorials of World War One.
As well as learning more about what happened, several pupils were visiting the memorials and graves of members of their own family, including Charlie Bell, whose great-great grandfather was killed in northern France.
It's day seven of the Commonwealth Games and today 21-year-old Kirsty Yates from Castle Douglas is competing in the final of the women's shot put for Scotland.
The event takes place at 8:40pm.
Her personal best is a distance of 16.09 metres.
A report on children's mental health services in Cumbria has found the system is too confusing for young people and their parents to work out who to see.
It also found waiting times were often too long and not enough money is being spent on children's mental health services.
It's a report that was ordered by Lake District MP Tim Farron after he received a number of complaints about the existing services.
Two opposing Scottish Borders politicians are putting their differences aside to walk 97 miles together along the length of the River Tweed.
MP Michael Moore and Council Leader David Parker will complete the challenge next month to raise money for two local charities.
But it may be difficult for the pair to avoid discussing one subject - the Scottish Referendum.
Mr Moore plans to vote no while Mr Parker is in the yes campaign.
A breezy day with variable amounts of cloud.
Some showers are likely, mainly across northern and western parts of the region, but bright or sunny spells developing in between.
Maximum temperature 21 °C.
Testing is taking place in cattle herds across the Brampton area of north Cumbria after a confirmed case of Bovine TB.
Farmers are being urged to double check the source of cattle they bring into the county to prevent the number of cases increasing.