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THE new Head Team at Jedburgh Grammar are not short on ambition.
16 Sep 2014 14:00
16 Sep 2014 08:30
RECENTLY appointed as Head Team and Senior Students, these Selkirk High School S6 students are enthusiastically taking on the responsibilities associated with their new positions.
16 Sep 2014 08:30
GALASHIELS needs an urgent, root and branch re-branding if it is to take advantage of the rail link.
15 Sep 2014 08:00
IT has been described as the biggest decision the people of the country will face for 300 years.
A week in pictures
A NEW town centre co-ordinator is to be appointed in Galashiels, community councillors heard this week.
LAST week saw another very successful visit to Selkirk by a group of 16 friends from Bavaria.
A BORDERS fundraiser has received a special commendation from Cancer Research UK in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the cause.
A PRISONER who breached the terms of his Sexual Offences Prevention Order by being in the company of an 11-year-old boy has received another jail sentence.
BRAW Lad Gavin Young and Braw Lass Alice Mackay were given a Royal welcome by Lauder last weekend as the countdown to a summer of festivities continued.
A SURVEY of 1000 potential voters across the south of Scotland has found the No camp are still well in front.
16 Sep 2014 09:30
THE Borders U15 A squad played in their first district level matches last weekend in Renfrewshire.
15 Sep 2014 07:30 • David Knox
THE rising stars of rugby league are coming to Galashiels to celebrate their 20th birthday.
14 Sep 2014 06:30
MELROSE Head Coach John Dalziel revealed his side can’t continue to gift the opposition the lead if they want to retain their Premiership title at the end of the season.
13 Sep 2014 08:30
THE score-line is not a misprint, it is a factual record of an amazing match at Netherdale, where Gala rattled in 10 tries against a Currie side, which deserved a bit better.
15 Sep 2014 17:30
SIR, As well as the moral argument for respecting the autonomy of individuals; I have long held that in general, giving people responsibility encourages them to behave responsibly.
12 Sep 2014 11:30
SIR, Much has been written about the negativity of the “Better Together” campaign, despite the fact that the negativity is surely with the “Yes” camp as it is they, not “Better Together”, that wish to leave the United Kingdom. That is surely the most negative statement of all!
8 Sep 2014 12:30
Sir, Following the announcement by the First Minister that there will be a feasibility study to look at how the Borders Railway will transform tourism in the region, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in the Borders has made some suggestions that will boost tourism along the full length of the line and support local small businesses.
6 Sep 2014 12:30
Sir, There can be no doubt that it is essential that a permanent home for the Great Tapestry of Scotland should be found in the Borders.
WHAT have a leading wildlife photographer, Scotland’s leading Polar Explorer, someone who took camels to K2 and a TV presenter have in common?
16 Sep 2014 16:00
15 Sep 2014 16:00
A FAMILIAR face returned to one of his favourite haunts to outmuscle his five rivals in the heavy events competition at the Peebles Highland Games last Saturday.
14 Sep 2014 16:00
A PUNK and metal revival is all kicking off in Galashiels.