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9 Mar 2014 09:00 • David Knox
WHILE around him his mates were firing bullets and shells in the frozen seas of the Arctic, John Grieve was shooting film.
9 Mar 2014 07:00
PUPILS at Lilliesleaf Primary School have been learning all about what happens to drinking water before turning on a tap, as well as what happens to water once it has been used.
8 Mar 2014 09:00 • Ally McGilvray
A SELFLESS schoolboy who gives up his spare time to play the bagpipes for adults with learning difficulties and complex needs was presented with a special award this week in recognition of his work.
8 Mar 2014 07:00
SCOTTISH Borders Council’s Head of Engineering and Infrastructure has been commended for his dedication to the Borders during a 37-year career with the local authority.
7 Mar 2014 12:30
RESIDENTS in the Borders are to benefit from hundreds of new affordable homes through the further expansion of the award-winning National Housing Trust initiative (NHT).
A week in pictures
A NATIONAL vote of confidence has been given to the charitable trust which is transforming a former church in Galashiels into a multi-functional arts and performance venue.
POLICE Scotland is appealing for information to help trace a man who has gone missing after boarding a flight to Spain.
THE grassroots campaign in the Borders for Independence continued to gather momentum with the formation of a ninth local group dedicated to ensuring a Yes vote in September.
THE mother of a Hawick soldier who died of heatstroke in Iraq has received an apology from the Ministry of Defence.
THEY have always been the best of friends.
SCOTTISH Borders Council is set to quit the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) in a row over funding.
8 Mar 2014 07:30 • Ally McGilvray
GALA Rugby Club are 80 minutes away from being crowned Scottish club champions for the first time in 31 years.
8 Mar 2014 06:30 • David Knox
DRIVING instructor dad, Alan Mcdonald, admits he lost his voice after shouting daughter Rachael onto her first national hunt victory on home soil.
7 Mar 2014 06:30 • Ally McGilvray
GALA try scorer Euan Dods helped the Maroons score their first away victory over Stirling under the guidance of Head Coach George Graham, in their penultimate game of the season, and then beamed: “We’re now in pole position to win the league.”
9 Mar 2014 08:30
Sir, I was studying two items that had just arrived in the post namely flyers from a German discounter with a supermarket in Hawick and one from a Scottish owned food discounter along from Galashiels cop shop.
8 Mar 2014 08:30
Sir, I was pleased to see David Mundell taking up the cudgels over the truly awful state of our local roads.
7 Mar 2014 08:30
Sir, Margaret Allison states that independence supporters want ‘to determine our future according to what is best for all people living here and to be valued as a nation for what we are and can be.’ What on earth does that mean?
6 Mar 2014 08:30
Sir, Last week I received an interesting calling card through my letterbox concerning the problem of dog poo which is not taken and binned by some shameless nameless dog owners.
5 Mar 2014 08:30
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) and the Arts Development Team at Scottish Borders Council are offering the chance for the Borders’ youngest residents to enjoy a live performance of classical music.
28 Feb 2014 08:30 • David Knox
HE is one of Scotland’s most influential and well-respected songwriters of the past four decades.
27 Feb 2014 14:10
THE journalist and broadcaster Kirsty Wark will make a personal appearance at the Mainstreet Trading Company in St Boswells next month.