ITV Border spoke to the Cumbria alcohol and drug advisory service who told us why this is a particularly stressful time for addicts.Read the full story ›
Doctors and nurses from the maternity ward at Borders General Hospital have made their own version of Fairytale of New York.Read the full story ›
Network Rail is carrying out engineering works along the west coast mainline between the evening of Christmas Eve and the 27th December.Read the full story ›
Members of the first team squad and club mascot Dougie the Doonhamer have been out visiting young and old in the community.Read the full story ›
A special carol service took place in the Cathedral and the Bishop of Carlisle has delivered his message for the festive season.Read the full story ›
The UK creates 30% more waste than usual over the festive period and one group in the Borders are trying to tackle it.Read the full story ›
Pet owners are being warned about the dangers of festive treats over the Christmas period.Read the full story ›
Primary school pupils in the Scottish Borders have received hundreds of orders for their eco-friendly crackers.Read the full story ›
One family from West Cumbria are looking forward to a very special Christmas - because their triplets are finally home from hospital. Poppie, Millie and Evelyn Park were born three months premature. Our reporter Paul Crone went to meet them:
With Christmas just around the corner, the pressure of cooking a great dinner is at an all-time high.
But what are we likely to have on our plates? According to research, it most likely will not include Christmas pudding.
Over the years our tastes have changed. Watch as our reporter Paul Crone finds out more: