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Marathon effort for Marie Curie

25 Apr 2014 08:30

WHEN you lose loved ones to cancer there’s not all that much you can do.

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Concern over 3am licence in Hawick

25 Apr 2014 08:00

NEIGHBOURS of a Borders nightclub have hit out at its plans to stay open until 3am.

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By-election candidates confirmed

25 Apr 2014 07:30

SEVEN candidates have thrown their hats into the ring for a Scottish Borders Council by-election.

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Railway 'huge boost to Borders’

25 Apr 2014 07:00

A NUMBER of community groups across the Borders have each received a £250 cash boost.

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Teenager 'struck by car' in Galashiels

24 Apr 2014 15:00 • David Knox

A 17-YEAR-OLD boy suffered serious injuries after being knocked down by a car this afternoon in Galashiels.

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Melrose »

BGH parking 'getting worse’

A NEW bus service could be introduced to ease the pressure on parking at the biggest hospital in the Borders, community councillors were told.

Melrose captain at centre of political row

Melrose rabbit cull could be extended

Jewellery worth £33,000 stolen during break-in in Melrose

Children first at St Mary’s

Lauder »

Tour de Lauder gears up for marathon fundraiser

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.

Castle promised £850,000 – but only if wind farm gets green light

Nina set to ‘rock the bald look’ for cancer

New health centre officially opened in Lauder

FOI requests - and rants - rocket in the Borders

Sport »

GRT win home Sevens

25 Apr 2014 06:00

GALA Red Triangle hosted their annual Sevens Tournament at Netherdale on Sunday, with 30 teams over the four age groups taking part.

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Plenty effort but no reward for Greenyards Girls

24 Apr 2014 15:30

THE bare facts of the scoreline belied a performance from both sides in the Sarah Beany Cup final, with Murrayfield Wanderers outpointing Melrose 68-20.

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Kings title race heats up

24 Apr 2014 08:30

THE Borders Kings of the Sevens series gained momentum on Sunday with Melrose and Gala leading the charge for the title and prize-money.

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Lewis steers towards World Cup

24 Apr 2014 06:30 • Nadia Vidinova

He’s been mountain biking since he was a tot, racking up over 100 races. Now 20-year-old Lewis Buchanan is appealing to the Peeblesshire community to help him get to the World Cup.

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Council savings will 'cut into the bone’

22 Apr 2014 08:30

Sir, The planned £28 million proposed cuts over the next five years won’t cut services to the bone, they will cut into the bone.

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Kelso blames dramatic fall in business on improvements works

21 Apr 2014 08:30

Sir, A couple of weeks ago the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) were contacted by two of our Kelso based members to ask if there was anything we could do to have their concerns regarding the long running town centre improvement works raised with Scottish Borders Council and the works contractors.

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Wands Sevens

20 Apr 2014 08:30

Sir, Can I through your pages invite members of the public to this year’s Gala Wanderers Under 18 Sevens a side tournament.

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New rail terminus to be named Tweedbank

19 Apr 2014 08:30

COMMUNITY Councillors this week heard that, after much debate, the new rail terminus in the Borders is to be named Tweedbank.

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What's On »

'Emotional rollercoaster' performance to be staged in Selkirk

23 Apr 2014 10:00

FOLLOWING their sell out performance of Talking Heads in 2012, Old Forge Productions are back.

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Ancrum gets arty for spring

23 Apr 2014 08:30

ANCRUM is set to get colourful during May’s Bank Holiday weekend.

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Festival organisers brought to book over headline acts

21 Apr 2014 08:30

IT’S already a best seller. And this year’s Brewin Dolphin Borders Book Festival looks set to cement its place on the top shelf of literary events.

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