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Fancy dressers commended

Mark Smith from Scottish Borders Council’s Community Learning and Development presented youth club members with certificates in Galashiels.

21 Dec 2014 08:30

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Galashiels pensioner robbed in online scam

21 Dec 2014 08:00

A PENSIONER from Galashiels was conned out of thousands of pounds after being targeted by a fraudster in an online computer scam.

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Special delivery for BGH midwives

20 Dec 2014 08:30

MIDWIVES at the biggest hospitals in the Borders received a special delivery just in time for Christmas.

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Business Gateway helps unemployed fulfill their entrepreneurial dreams

20 Dec 2014 08:00

FIFTY-TWO out of work entrepreneurs have set up thriving enterprises in the Scottish Borders in the last year thanks to help from Business Gateway.

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College students deliver

19 Dec 2014 08:30

APPRENTICES on the City and Guilds Painting and Decorating course help out young mum through the Radio Borders Cash for Kids appeal.

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A week in pictures

Galashiels »

Total mayhem

GALASHIELS is being warned of major disruption ahead as work gets underway on upgrading the local gas network.

Galashiels volunteers get to work

Galashiels graphic designer fined

Temporary Galashiels one-way system lifted

Galashiels pensioner robbed in online scam

Selkirk »

Scott’s Selkirk brings community together for Xmas

SELKIRK stepped back in time to experience the town as it was in the time of Sir Walter Scott, the great writer and Sheriff of Selkirkshire.

Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme takes 'big step forward’

String Jam Club

Blue Moon boost for Selkirk

Bannerfield’s cries of freedom

Melrose »

Melrose doorman ordered to pay victim £500

A PUB doorman who assaulted a customer to his severe injury and permanent disfigurement was ordered to pay his victim £500 in compensation at Selkirk Sheriff Court.

Dr Owl swoops into the Borders with his "wise" winter health tips

Melrose B&B voted one of best in Scotland

Pub doorman found guilty of assault

Melrose man’s courage commemorated

Hawick »

Banks pipe up for community band

A COMMUNITY pipe band in Hawick has been given the chance to welcome new members, thanks to a donation from the Banks Community Fund.

Borders stars unveiled on walk of fame

Anger as Hawick death row dog is spared

Hawick man's Facebook row

Facebook comments sparked row in Hawick

Lauder »

Flaming brilliant

LAUDER Christmas Lights Switch on proved to be a great success this year with around four to five hundred people supporting the event.

Farmer’s shoe lace became entangled with rotating blade

Fantastic fundraising from Tour de Lauder

Council Leader welcomes new homes in Lauder

New stained glass window unveiled in Lauder

Sport »

Mountain bike glory days return to Selkirk

ORGANISERS of the Selkirk Mountain Bike Marathon believe they are on track to bring back the glory days of a decade ago.

21 Dec 2014 09:30 • David Knox

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Boland Trust annual makes for good reading

21 Dec 2014 06:30

DAVID Boland has thanked the Rowan Boland Memorial Trust supporters who have helped the charity hand out over £10,000 to young sportspeople in the Borders over its last financial year.

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All I want for Christmas, dad, is a three miles handicap chase

20 Dec 2014 07:30 • David Knox

ALL apprentice jockey Sam Coltherd wants for Christmas is a few more rides.

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All conquering Carnethy at Chirnside cross country

19 Dec 2014 11:00

CARNETHY continued to dominate the Borders Cross Country series on Sunday. Andrew Fallas managed to turn the tables on team-mate Michael Reid, who won at the previous round in Peebles, to claim first at Chirnside.

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Opinion »

First thing’s first

21 Dec 2014 10:30

SIR, I am merely writing to ask two things about this First Buses’ seasonal timetables and offers.

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Never mind policies

20 Dec 2014 10:30

SIR, I have just received two political leaflets delivered by Royal Mail, one from the Liberal Democrats and one from the Conservative and Unionist party.

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Archie’s Eye

19 Dec 2014 10:30

ARCHIE Dryburgh has been unveiled as Labour’s Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale constituency ahead of the Westminster elections next year. Here he writes exclusively for the Border Telegraph...

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The Michael Moore Column

18 Dec 2014 10:30

LIBERAL Democrat MP Michael Moore represents residents in Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk in the UK Government. Here, he writes exclusively for the Border Telegraph.....

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What's On »

Santa lights up Melrose

CHRISTMAS came early in Melrose at the weekend.

21 Dec 2014 10:30

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Festival Lass lights up Walkerburn

20 Dec 2014 10:30

FESTIVAL Lass Skye Houston lit up Walkerburn last weekend.

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Country Diary

18 Dec 2014 10:30

IN the last fortnight I have visited the east coast, firstly to Eyemouth and secondly to Spittal. On the first visit I scanned both Eyemouth Bay and the sea of Spittal.

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