A production of Aladdin is now entertaining audiences at the DG One Leisure Complex after being closed since 2014.Read the full story ›
From the north of Scotland to Devon, Northern Ireland to Wales, the finest chippies in the land have been named.Read the full story ›
Six-year-old Noah Wall took part in a charity concert alongside hundreds of musicians with learning disabilities.Read the full story ›
Around 50 of the seals and their young pups turned on the man as he walked along a beach near Eyemouth.Read the full story ›
We asked you to send in your Halloween photos...and here they are in all their ghoulish glory.Read the full story ›
A Cumbrian teenager met The Duke and Duchess of Sussex when she picked up a national bravery award.Read the full story ›
A teddy bear left behind after a music festival has been re-united with his owner following a social media appeal.
Charlie Bear was discovered, alongside a book about his adventures, on the site of the Electric Fields Festival at Drumlanrig Castle.
The festival took place between Thursday and Saturday.
When Charlie was found, the Electric Fields organisers took to Facebook and Twitter to trace his owner.
And they reported this afternoon that the appeal had been successful.
The legendary comedian made an appearance on the Border TV programme in 1973.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of people took part in activities to mark the start of the Chinese New Year.Read the full story ›
A young violinist from Stainton near Kendal has landed a place in the National Youth Orchestra.
It means Alistair Burton will be playing with some of the best young musicians in the country: