Farmers from across the Scottish Borders were showing and selling their prime livestock at a special Christmas event last night. The St Boswell's Christmas cracker is the only sale of its kind in the area.
It's an opportunity for farmers to sell their premium cattle and sheep, and is a barometer of sales for the farming year.
Patrick Tyner reports:
More top news
The council is starting a public consultation on where to change services to save £20million. One option is a 3% council tax rise.
In an annual survey taken among local authorities in the UK, 2,463 stray dogs were put to sleep between April 2015 and March 2016.
A month-long arts festival focusing on the achievements and interests of mature people across Cumbria, launches this weekend.