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19 Apr 2014 07:00
IF you look closely enough there’s something a bit different about one of farmer Neil Raeburn’s flock.
18 Apr 2014 09:00
A PROTEST on the steps of Selkirk Sheriff Court has been branded 'pathetic’ by community leaders.
18 Apr 2014 08:30
THEY often go the extra mile.
18 Apr 2014 08:00
ONLY two highly-paid positions remain to be filled following the radical revamp of the top brass at Scottish Borders Council.
18 Apr 2014 07:30
PLANS for 16 houses on a controversial site in the village of Darnick have been submitted with Scottish Borders Council.
A week in pictures
FOUR members of the 1st Galashiels Boy’s Brigade were awarded a top honour during last week’s annual Display Night.
THE communities of Selkirk and Fountainhall are celebrating after massive lottery grants were announced this week.
A NEW bus service could be introduced to ease the pressure on parking at the biggest hospital in the Borders, community councillors were told.
THE mother of a Hawick soldier who died of heatstroke in Iraq has received an apology from the Ministry of Defence.
AN increasingly popular cycle challenge which started as a friendly challenge between friends a few years ago is set to raise £20,000 for a fund named after a local man and keen cyclist who died from a sudden heart attack.
THE leadership of the power-sharing SNP group on Scottish Borders Council has been reshuffled in the run-up to September’s independence referendum.
A RUGBY team made up of players from around the world who have either had cancer or had a member of their family diagnosed with the disease won the seventh annual Davidson Chalmers Vets tournament in Melrose on Friday.
19 Apr 2014 07:00 • Ally McGilvray
18 Apr 2014 15:30 • Ally McGilvray
HAWICK head coach Phil Leck watched his side knock Gala out of the Melrose Sevens at the weekend and then branded the decision to give their rivals a bye into the final of the Border League at the expense of his players “pathetic”.
18 Apr 2014 08:30 • Ally McGilvray
MELROSE remain in pole position to retain their Kings of the Sevens title this season - despite being knocked out their home tournament by runners-up Edinburgh Accies at the semi-final stage.
18 Apr 2014 08:30
Sir, I have to agree with Mr Jack Temple in his letter (Border Telegraph, April 2) and ask why a total closure of the B710 road at Bowland for five months is required to construct a bridge.
17 Apr 2014 08:30
Sir, Rail campaigners have urged bidders for the new ScotRail franchise to ensure that Class 158 diesel trains to be deployed on the Borders Railway in 2015 are refurbished in line with the treatment given to trains serving the scenic Highland lines radiating from Inverness.
16 Apr 2014 08:00
Sir, I am writing in response to the article which you ran on the front page of the Border Telegraph (April 9), 'Borders Railway putting school kids lives at risk’, a headline which we consider to be disappointing and distasteful.
12 Apr 2014 12:30
LIBERAL Democrat MP Michael Moore represents residents in Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk in the UK Government. Here, he writes exclusively for the Border Telegraph...
18 Apr 2014 08:30
SCOTTISH pianist Alasdair Beatson will open Music at Paxton this summer. The international chamber music festival, takes place in Paxton House on the banks of the River Tweed from July 18 to 27.
16 Apr 2014 08:30
BUDDING writers are being invited by Scottish Book Trust to attend a free workshop next month as part of the Scotland’s Stories of Home project.
11 Apr 2014 17:30
BEAUTY Therapy students organised a special evening for family and friends in Galashiels recently.