A fisherman has described his record breaking catch as 'a fish of a life time'.
Shamus Jennings caught the 50lb salmon on the River Tweed.
The fish was so big that it took him and head boatman Nigel Fell nearly 45 minutes to catch.
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The driver of a Rangers supporters' bus which crashed on a roundabout killing a fan blamed the brakes when he was interviewed by police.
Sandy Murray, of Police Scotland, was was giving evidence at the trial of a bus driver who denies killing Ryan Baird by dangerous driving.
34-year-old Christopher Peck was involved in a head-on crash with a drunk driver. His funeral has taken place in his hometown, Workington.