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11 Dec 2013 15:20 • David Knox
MORE than 20 jobs will go as Baxters announces its closure in Selkirk.
11 Dec 2013 08:50 • Ally McGilvray
HARD-PRESSED health chiefs have promised to do everything they can to alleviate the parking problems at the region’s biggest hospital amid concerns they are putting lives at risk.
11 Dec 2013 08:30
LOCAL MP Michael Moore visited Burgh School on Monday to congratulate Julia Kowalewczany, a primary 5 pupil at the Galashiels school, who has won the Liberal Democrat's annual Christmas card competition.
11 Dec 2013 08:30
SEStran this week submitted the final study into the proposal to provide a local rail service from Edinburgh to Dunbar and Berwick-Upon-Tweed, to Minister for Transport & Veterans Keith Brown MSP.
11 Dec 2013 07:30
A HARD-WORKING team of young Borderers determined to make a difference in schools and learning settings has had its efforts officially recognised by Scotland’s anti-bullying service, “respectme”.
A week in pictures
OVER the past few weeks, the Charities Committee at Galashiels Academy have been busy organising events to raise money for Children in Need.
SANTA'S Grotto and donkeys are just two of the new attractions featured in this year’s Scott’s Selkirk.
CHAOTIC scenes surrounded the region’s largest hospital on Monday as wardens dished out hefty £90 parking fines.
IT was Galashiels which monopolised the horsey headlines earlier this year when home-grown jockey Ryan Mania steered Aurora’s Encore to victory in the Grand National.
THE brand new Lauder Health Centre was officially opened today by The Hon. Gerald Maitland-Carew, Lord Lieutenant of Roxburgh, Ettrick and Lauderdale.
A REPORT sounding the death knell of garden waste collections in the Borders is set to be approved by councillors on December 12.
11 Dec 2013 09:30
FORMER Selkirk star Lee Jones, Mark Robertson, of Melrose and John Houston, from Hawick, help Scotland 7s to victory.
10 Dec 2013 07:30
A BEAUTIFUL riverside route taking in a scenic viaduct crossing, a lung-busting hill and a muddy finish greeted the 257 runners who travelled to Peebles for the third round of the Borders Winter Cross Country series on Sunday.
9 Dec 2013 07:30
THE first Community Sport Hub in the Borders has been officially launched by Councillor David Parker at Tweedbank Sports Centre.
8 Dec 2013 08:30
MELROSE RFC became the first Scottish Premier 1 club to be awarded the accolade “Positive Coaching Scotland” in association with The Bill McLaren Foundation.
9 Dec 2013 14:30
Sir, Scottish Borders Council, could any organisation be mismanaged in a manner worse than this one?
7 Dec 2013 11:30
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...
6 Dec 2013 12:30
Sir, After reading Susan Hill’s impression last week of Selkirk Community Council, as a current serving member, I can’t disagree with one word she said.
4 Dec 2013 14:30
Sir, I read with some unease the catalogue of grievances levelled by your correspondend against his/her former employer in support of sentiments expressed in an article regarding Graeme McIver.
6 Dec 2013 10:30
GALA Water Singers have a lot to smile about and are inviting everyone to join them.
6 Dec 2013 09:30
BOWHILL Theatre is set to play host to a puppet show featuring children’s favourite, The Gingerbread Man, to entertain visitors to the theatre this winter.
5 Dec 2013 12:30
THE second round of the Borders Chess League was played out on Tuesday, November 12, with all four teams playing at Kelso.