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18 Dec 2014 11:00
IT was almost 13th time unlucky for Selkirk at Hughenden on Saturday, where a rejuvenated Hillhead-Jordanhill team belied their lowly place in BT National 1 to push the league leaders all the way in a nervy, stop-start encounter.
18 Dec 2014 08:30
CHRISTMAS is a time for giving.
18 Dec 2014 07:30
SCOTTISH Borders Council will be asked tomorrow to approve a strict set of procedures governing the hearing of public deputations at Newtown.
18 Dec 2014 07:00
SCOTTISH Borders Council will this week be asked to shell out £3.5million as its share of the £6million it will cost to build a new visitor centre to house the Great Tapestry of Scotland near the new rail terminus at Tweedbank Industrial Estate.
17 Dec 2014 08:30
AN eight-man team from The Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland have been conducting Nordic skiing and biathlon training in the French Alps in preparation for the Army Divisional Championships that will be held early next year.
A week in pictures
THIRTEEN bin bags of rubbish were picked up at a beauty spot in Galashiels in just over an hour.
SHE was this year named BBC Radio Two’s Folk Singer of the Year.
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.
A COMMUNITY pipe band in Hawick has been given the chance to welcome new members, thanks to a donation from the Banks Community Fund.
A FARMER was dragged into a grain auger after it became entangled with his shoe lace, a fatal accident inquiry has been told.
GET together with other singers in the area to celebrate new Scottish songs based on Burns
18 Dec 2014 12:30
FORMER Berwick Rangers striker Josh Morris heralded his return after a two-months lay off by earning Vale of Leithen a draw at Meadow Park.
18 Dec 2014 10:30 • David Knox
FOOTBALL chiefs in Selkirk are set to bring some festive cheer to hungry families in the Borders.
18 Dec 2014 08:30
MELROSE Head Coach John Dalziel revealed he wasn’t too concerned by the manner in which his side played against Glasgow Hawks at the weekend - he was just relieved to get the win, writes ALLY McGilvray at the Greenyards.
17 Dec 2014 16:30
GALASHIELS Academy’s senior hockey team are celebrating this week after winning the Borders Schools indoor tournament in Peebles.
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.....
14 Dec 2014 09:30
CONSERVATIVE MSP John Lamont represents residents of Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire in the Scottish Parliament. Here, he writes exclusively for readers of the Border Telegraph...
13 Dec 2014 09:30
ON behalf of our Organising Committee, consisting of representatives from the Rotary Club, Traders Association and the Community Council, can we please take this opportunity to thank all those involved in making our inaugural Jedburgh Winter Festival such a fantastic success.
12 Dec 2014 09:30
SIR, Unusually, I must agree with Mr Mundell - the Conservative Party’s philosophy has indeed formed the basis of the Smith Commission’s report. It is also clear that the Commission members did make an effort to compromise and work together – and produced a draft report.
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.
16 Dec 2014 09:30
I RECENTLY saw representations made to the local MSP John Lamont the member of the Scottish Parliament for Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire by local birders about the parking arrangements for visitors to the Site of Special Scientific Interest at Hule Moss on Greenlaw Moor.
15 Dec 2014 16:30
SCOTTISH Borders Hill Walking Club must be doing something right! After several days of dull, dank mornings we get sunshine and warmth for our club walk which certainly puts a spring in the step.