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Benefit outweighs disruption for major cycle event

25 Jul 2014 08:30 • David Knox

A LOCAL councillor believes Borderers should get behind a massive biking event rolling into the region next month - despite widespread disruption.

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SNP councillor’s conduct is probed by ethical watchdog

25 Jul 2014 08:30

A BUSINESSMAN elected to Scottish Borders Council in 2012 is under investigation by a national watchdog.

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Police appeal following 'racially aggravated attack'

25 Jul 2014 06:30

POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a racially aggravated assault in Eyemouth on Tuesday evening (22nd July).

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Hawick student's proud achievement

24 Jul 2014 08:30

A STUDENT from Hawick has received a top academic excellence award in biology at Queen Margaret University’s (QMU) recent graduation ceremony held at the Usher Hall in Edinburgh.

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Police investigate Reston raid

24 Jul 2014 08:30

A 62-YEAR-OLD man returned from holiday to find his property had been raided and a four-figure sum of gold jewellery had been taken from inside.

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Galashiels »

Archive group creates history

A BORDERS research group have created their very own piece of history. After a 16-year room-share at Old Gala House in Galashiels, the Borders Family History Society finally found its own home.

Foodbank Epidemic

Future of Gathering in doubt?

Braw Lads’ Gathering is something magical

It’s been an honour

Selkirk »

Silent nights leave festive committee in the dark

FESTIVE organisers in Selkirk have endured close to a year of silent nights - and silent days - as they attempt to liaise with the local authority about power upgrades.

Council has lost its sex appeal

Selkirk company shows jobs Spark

Selkirk pitch problems lead to postponement

Landscape let down for Haining

Hawick »

Hawick woman admits contempt of court

A LONG-SERVING sheriff jailed a woman for 30 days for contempt of court in the last ever case he dealt with.

Delhi Dancers reunion in Hawick

Man charged in connection with theft

Walking for Natalya

Hawick health worker banned and fined

Borders »

‘Homophobia still a problem’ claims review group

INEQUALITY in the Borders extends beyond issues of race, gender, age, sexual orientation and disability, according to a senior Lib Dem councillor, writes Andrew Keddie.

St Boswells boundary bother

Amey win trunk road contract

Council on target for budget savings

Strike threat looms large at SBHA

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Lightning doesn't strike twice against Stirling Albion

JET lag and lightning strikes prevented Selkirk from gaining revenge for a record breaking Scottish Cup defeat of 30 years ago.

25 Jul 2014 08:30 • David Knox

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Old school reunion at the Fairydean

25 Jul 2014 07:30 • David Knox

LAST Thursday's match between Gala Fairydean Rovers and Dunfermline Athletic was the perfect excuse for a class of 86 reunion at Netherdale.

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Gambler Sarah is on a roll ahead of Games

24 Jul 2014 07:30 • David Knox

SCOTLAND Ladies may be a whopping 50/1 to win the Commonwealth Games hockey gold. But the young lady tipping them to go all the way has a pretty good track record when it comes to gambling.

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West Linton's workaholic comes home for the Games

23 Jul 2014 13:30 • David Knox

WHEN Chris O’Hare lines up for his heat of the 1500 metres next Friday he will know for sure that nobody has worked harder to be there.

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The Michael Moore Column

4 Jul 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...

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Thanking you

2 Jul 2014 09:30

Sir, St Margaret’s RC Primary School held its annual Summer Fayre on Saturday, June 14.

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Council Leader 'failed to win hearts and minds’

30 Jun 2014 13:30

Sir, Last Friday, along with my husband, I attended the meeting at Tweedbank where Scottish Borders Council (SBC) Leader David Parker was to say why he was backing Scottish Independence.

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Borders landscape is threatened by rash of wind farm development

26 Jun 2014 14:30

Sir, The Border Telegraph website has recently carried two 'news’ stories about Banks Renewables sponsoring Hawick Rugby Club and Peter Scott Knitwear. These items appear to show the wind farm developer in a very positive light, as no doubt their PR company intended.

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Shoogle yer way to Galashiels this weekend

SHOOGLE Aye! will be one of the most vibrant cultural events to burst from the Borders this summer and it takes place on Saturday in Galashiels.

23 Jul 2014 09:30

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Gillies comes to Galashiels

16 Jul 2014 16:30

THE work of one of Scotland’s most distinguished and influential artists of the 20th century is now on show at Old Gala House.

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Size matters at Bowhill exhibition

11 Jul 2014 10:30

SOME of the world’s most important miniature portraits have gone on display near Selkirk.

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