A group of women who overcame breast cancer and formed a fundraising group to raise cash to help others, are holding a fashion show.
A Cumbrian soldier who took on the role of his absent officer to get supplies to one of the deadliest regions in Afghanistan is awarded.
On the day of his funeral, people in Langholm are remembering the visit of Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon..
Campaigners who want an inquiry into the trial and conviction of the Lockerbie bomber will take their case to the Scottish Parliament.
A petition will be handed into Holyrood's Justice Committee urging for an inquiry into the conviction Al Megrahi, who died earlier this year of cancer.
The group, who includes Dr Jim Swire, whose daughter died in the bombing, say the recent revelations of the inquiry into the Hillsborough disaster show the importance of continuing their campaign to make sure justice is done.
They are asking for the trial to be re -examined after questions have been raised in relation to evidence of expert witnesses.
It started as a student film project made for the amusement of those involved. 'The Maniac Project' is a multi award winning feature film made at a total cost of just £500.
But now the spoof horror shot, entirely in Cumbria, has been bought by a Los Angeles distribution company and can be seen worldwide.
Andy Burn reports
A piper from the Borders says he was very proud to play a key role in the memorial service for Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, which took place in Washington DC yesterday.
Angus Sutherland, who's from Kelso, but now lives in Washington was chosen to play at the start of the service.
Thousands of people gathered to say farewell to the astronaut at the city's national cathedral. Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond had offered a piper for the service as Neil Armstrong traced his roots back to Langholm in Dumfries and Galloway.
A piper clad in Clan Armstrong tartan will represent Scotland at a memorial ceremony for the first man on the moon.
Angus Sutherland, who comes from the Borders, will pipe Neil Armstrong's family into Washington DC cathedral.
– Alex Salmond, Scotland's First Minister
"Armstrong was a modest man who achieved magnificent things. He was extremely proud of his Scottish roots and never more so than the day in 1972 when, in the “Muckle Toon” of Langholm in Dumfriesshire, he accepted the freedom of the town. Local people were surprised but delighted when he accepted their invitation and when Mr Armstrong declared that Langholm would from then on be considered his home town.
The people of Scotland will be represented at this fitting memorial in Washington by a Scottish Government representative based in the US and of course by the talented piping of Mr Sutherland.”
A Roman Fort in Alston is said to be possibly the best preserved example of Roman architecture in Europe. That is probably because it's been untouched since the Romans left.
Whitley Castle also known as Epiacum is a fort some way from Hadrian's Wall halfway down the South Tyne Valley.
The ancient monument lies on private farmland near Alston and until recently was visited only by sheep.
But now thanks to Heritage Lottery funding there are plans to uncover the site and maybe even set up a visitor centre.
Andy Burn has sent this report:
A little known Roman fort near Alston in Cumbria is going to be made into a visitor attraction.
Whitley castle, or Epiacum to give it the Roman name, is still buried and has only been explored by archaeologists once. That was a small dig in 1957.
A team of volunteers are going to work to breath new life into the fort, whose foundations are preserved.
A little known Roman fort near Alston in Cumbria isgoing to be made into a visitor attraction.
Whitley castle, or Epiacum to give it the Roman name. is still buried and has onlybeen explored by archaeologists once. That was a small dig in 1957.
A team of volunteers is going to work to breath new life into the fort, whose foundations are preserved.