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Borders College played host to a delegation from three members of the Construction and Property Services Industry Skills Council for Australia who are on a fact finding visit to Scotland in conjunction with SNIPF (Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Federation).
25 Oct 2014 09:00
25 Oct 2014 08:30
Two Borders College Level 3 Horse Care students, Chelsea Scobbie and Daisy Wood, were fortunate to be chosen to take part in the Leonardo Da Vinci Mobility Programme.
25 Oct 2014 08:00
A FORMER Royal Bank of Scotland business manager and entrepreneur has been chosen to head up the largest team of advisers to work for Business Gateway Scottish Borders.
25 Oct 2014 07:30
A NEW report has claimed that 18% of children in the Borders are living in poverty. This compares to a UK average of 25.1%, according to the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG).
25 Oct 2014 07:00
FUNDING has been secured this week for the painstaking restoration of four stained glass windows at Our Lady & St Andrews Catholic Church in Galashiels.
A week in pictures
A GALASHIELS teenager who breached his Anti Social Behaviour Order by acting in a drunken and disorderly manner has been fined £125.
AN eye-sore near Selkirk town centre is to be transformed into a garden of remembrance.
SCOTTISH Borders Council Leader David Parker has revealed the local authority could perform a dramatic u-turn over its decision to ban vehicles from a sensitive site in Melrose during one of the town’s biggest nights of the year.
HAWICK boxing club continue their busy start to the season tonight (Friday) at the Fallin Miner’s Club in Stirling.
A NEW housing development built on the site of the old primary school in Lauder, which had lain derelict since the new school opened five years ago, was officially opened this week.
TWELVE leading members of the Scottish Borders Chamber of Commerce met Lord Smith, Head of the Government’s Smith Commission, to speak up for the views of businesses based in the region.
25 Oct 2014 12:15 • Ally McGilvray
SCOTLAND Sevens captain Scott Wight revealed he wasn’t surprised Melrose defeated Gala at the weekend - despite Head Coach John Daziel describing his side as underdogs before the match.
25 Oct 2014 10:30
THEY were a patched up side featuring a 41-year-old striker and a midfielder who had not played football for 12 months, writes KENNY PATERSON at Victoria Park.
25 Oct 2014 08:30 • David Knox
LOCAL football has yet again benefited from the Alec Lucas Memorial Tournament in Peebles.
25 Oct 2014 07:30
THE wind was so strong at Melrose on Saturday that it turned out a game of two halves with Gala 'A’ coming out winners in a tight game and remain top of Reserve National 1, writes JOE DICKSON at Annay Road.
25 Oct 2014 12:30
SCOTTISH National Party MSP Christine Grahame represents the residents of Midlothian South, Tweeddale and Lauderdale in the Scottish Parliament. Here, she writes exclusively for the Border Telegraph...
24 Oct 2014 12:30
SIR, I correct a part of my letter in last week’s columns. I said 16 councillors went to Bristol when in fact it was a mixture of councillors and officials.
23 Oct 2014 12:00
SIR, I agree with the two letters in last week’s Border Telegraph asking why it was necessary to send 16 councillors and officials to a site at Avonmouth to visit a waste treatment facility.
18 Oct 2014 09:30
SIR, The headline on the Border Telegraph front page last week, did not reflect the very sensible discussion that took place at the Galashiels Community Council.
25 Oct 2014 16:30
SHE is one of the rising stars of the piano. And she’s coming to Melrose.
24 Oct 2014 16:30
THE 14th annual Borders Entertainment Contest for brass bands will make its second visit to Peebles next month when 17 bands will battle for the Scottish Borders Trophy.
23 Oct 2014 16:30
BUDDING Bergmans, Tarantinos and Hitchcocks from across the Borders are being invited to learn filmaking later this year.