THE community turned out to show their support for this year's Tweedbank Lad and Lass ahead of the village's Fair week.
THE sun shone on Galashiels at the weekend. Braw Lad Daniel Whitehead extended the hand of friendship to Selkirk Standard Bearer Martin Rodgerson during the traditional Spurs Night meeting at a sun-kissed Galafoot on Friday night.
FOR everyone involved in the Margaret Kerr Unit the opening was a great day but for a select few it was even more special.
NHS Borders, Scottish Borders Council (SBC) and partners are continuing to take steps to address child obesity.
NETWORK Rail has announced dates for six more community events - part of a series of drop-ins being held along the line of the railway over the spring and summer to give residents the opportunity to view detailed railway plans and to ask questions of members of the project team about the construction process
Borders MP and Scottish Secretary Michael Moore will be put under the spotlight when he appears in front of the region's voters and opinion formers this week.
A DOG lover from Langlee is fighting for the return of her best friends.
UNDER the shadow of the majestic Buachaille Etive Mòr will sit a reminder to a driving force behind local mountain rescue.
PLANS for a £140,000 skatepark in Lauder have been submitted with Scottish Borders Council.
THE feasibility of establishing a Justice Centre in the Central Borders in the wake of the proposed closure of Peebles Sheriff Court moves a step closer when it will be considered at a meeting of stakeholders to be held locally next month.
ITV Border is to broadcast a series of programmes examining the history and development of the independence question in Scotland, as part of ITV's coverage plans for southern Scottish viewers, ahead of the referendum in September 2014.
POLICE have confirmed the identity of a man, whose remains were discovered in the Borders last month, belonged to a teenager who went missing 14 years ago.
LOCAL MSP John Lamont has lodged a motion in the Scottish Parliament to mark the upcoming Borders Common Ridings and Festivals season.
MELROSE clinched the Kings of the Sevens title at a rain soaked Jed-Forest sevens on Saturday at Riverside Park, but is there a need to change the format to ease the pressure on the players and officials?
THE value of the challenge of competitive golf at a young age as one of the Borders brightest young golfing stars.
HIGH fashion and quality racing are the order of the day, at Kelso's final meeting of the season "Ladies Day" on Sunday, May 26.
DEPARTING Melrose coach Craig Chalmers was presented with a special award for Services to the Club at the club's annual presentation night.
RECORD-BREAKING Melrose Ladies retained the Glasgow Women's trophy as they swept away the opposition with some excellent rugby.
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