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ONE of Selkirk’s most successful tourist events is to be scrapped.
27 Jan 2015 08:30 • David Knox
27 Jan 2015 08:00
NEARLY 700 complaints were lodged with Scottish Borders Council about its performance in the year to March 31, 2014.
27 Jan 2015 07:30
A HERIOT pensioner has hit out at rail bosses for cutting her off from the world.
26 Jan 2015 08:30 • Ally McGilvray
GALASHIELS Academy has been given top marks following a visit by education inspectors.
26 Jan 2015 08:00
THE Fly Fishing club at Earlston High School continues to go from strength to strength and this week it has received donations of fly fishing and fly tying equipment from Steve Cullen, editor of Total Fly Fisherman magazine, and other anglers from around the country.
A week in pictures
THE end of a Galashiels couple’s 11 year relationship was marked with a bust-up at a house in Woodstock Avenue and fines totalling £270.
BOWHILL House and Country Estate has joined an elite group of UK and Irish heritage sites to be awarded a prestigious Sandford Award for the high quality education programme it delivers to children of school age.
CHILDREN at a Borders nursery gave garden birds a boost this week by creating special feeders.
A 24-YEAR-OLD man found in possession of illegal drugs during the Hawick Common Riding celebrations has been fined a total of £248 at Jedburgh Sheriff Court.
THE death of a gamekeeper in the Borders was a tragic accident after his own rifle discharged, a sheriff has ruled.
A DRUGGED-UP driver has been banned from the road after his car ended up in a flooded field.
27 Jan 2015 09:30
GALA A are still in contention for the Reserve National 1 title after a very hard fought game with
27 Jan 2015 07:30
A NEW jogging group in Galashiels revealed its numbers have more than doubled since they were featured in the Border Telegraph.
26 Jan 2015 10:30
DODDIE Weir is well known for doing his talking on the pitch; now the former British Lion and Scottish Internationalist is also collecting awards off the field.
25 Jan 2015 09:30
THE Borders has been voted one of the best mountain biking destinations in Britain.
26 Jan 2015 09:30
SIR, I write with regards to Mr Heatlie’s letter last week concerning teaching today.
25 Jan 2015 11:30
SIR, I have just received a publication through the post entitled The Borders News. Local newspaper distributors need not worry for it is a only a political flier camouflaged to look like a friendly information sheet.
24 Jan 2015 11:30
SIR, Why on earth would one pay to get on a train, be taken through beautiful countryside, to get off at the other end to go indoors and pay again to gawp at a tapestry? At £10 a shot - prices go up, not down!
23 Jan 2015 12:30
SIR, I refer to Councillor Aitchison’s letter published in the Border Telegraph. It can only really be described as an attempt to excuse the inexcusable.
27 Jan 2015 11:30
IT was once the Borders home of renowned author Sir Walter Scott.
25 Jan 2015 14:30
GALASHIELS music promoter Bill Jeffrey has unveiled exciting and ambitious plans to bring 100 bands to the town over a single weekend.
23 Jan 2015 09:30
WITH the winds eased compared with the previous two days, nineteen members of the Scottish Borders Hill Walking Club met at Melrose, all appropriately dressed for the wet conditions forecast.