A 58-year-old Livingston man appears in court in connection with the discovery of £53,000 worth of cocaine after a van was stopped in the Borders.
The number of pupils having school meals in Dumfries and Galloway reaches a record high level.
The Spring Fling arts and crafts festival in Dumfries and Galloway extends its role to become a "year-round operation".
Scottish Borders Council agrees to reintroduce a scrutiny group with the ability to challenge decisions made by its executive committee.
Scotland women's curling skip Eve Muirhead feels her team is in good shape ahead of the European Championships.
Councillors agree to keep eight polling stations in the Borders open due to the "democratic boom" during the Scottish independence referendum.
Energy firm E.On submits applications for two wind farms totalling 44 turbines in Dumfries and Galloway.
Geoff Cross, Johnnie Beattie, Sean Lamont and Tim Visser come into the Scotland team for Saturday's Test against Tonga.
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Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt joins the line-up for the Big Burns Supper
Radiocarbon dating confirms a site excavated on the Threave Estate dates from the Iron Age
Hibernian miss the chance to go level on points with Queen of the South as the two sides drew a blank at Easter Road.
Steven Bell's equaliser away to bottom side Stirling Albion lifts Stranraer to third place in Scottish League One.
Jonathan Page's stoppage-time goal gives East Fife victory over Berwick Rangers in a five-goal thriller.
David Steel, the former MP and party leader, has been a big political figure in British politics for nearly 50 years.
A Gulf War veteran from Coldstream becomes the first ex-serviceman in Scotland to undergo "horse therapy".
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