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30 Aug 2014 10:30 • David Knox
ANYONE needing a heritage hit is in for a good time next month. Museum staff and archaeologists at Scottish Borders Council are busily blowing the dust from some of the region’s most significant historical events.
16 Aug 2014 07:30 • David Knox
BARRIERS and steps are preventing the elderly and disabled of Selkirk from dumping garden waste at their local recycling centre.
13 Aug 2014 07:30 • David Knox
FAIRYDEAN Rovers manager Steven Noble hailed his players after they recorded back-to-back wins to kick start their league campaign.
26 Jul 2014 11:30 • David Knox
A HOLIDAY in Mallorca led to Dunfermline goalkeeper Ryan Goodfellow spending a week in intensive care.
29 Jun 2014 09:30 • David Knox
THERE’S no need to ask the youngsters in Langlee who they’re shouting for at next month’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
24 Jun 2014 07:30 • David Knox
SELKIRK’S planned synthetic pitch has been put on hold until next year following a row over access.
23 Jun 2014 08:00 • David Knox
A BORDERS cop has broken rank to carry out a Facebook fundraiser for a frail victim.
22 Jun 2014 08:30 • David Knox
IF you are passing the former Borders College buildings in Galashiels any time soon there’s a good chance you’ll hear laughter.
19 Jun 2014 08:00 • David Knox
SELKIRK Provost David Anderson described it was a perfect day and few that witnessed this year’s Common Riding would disagree.
30 May 2014 07:00 • David Knox
LOCAL independence campaigners are hosting a meeting aimed at swaying the Borders business community.
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.
7 Apr 2014 08:30 • David Knox
DESPITE Gala Fairydean Rovers taking a few scalps in the Lowland League and League Cup this season they won’t be collecting any silverware this season.
4 Mar 2014 09:30 • David Knox
FRENCH sensation Jordane Orain believes his EDUSports colleagues will light up the Lowland League - once they get used to the grass.
20 Feb 2014 08:30 • David Knox
BATTLE lines have been drawn in the fight against youth unemployment in the Borders.
6 Jan 2014 08:30 • David Knox
POLICE Scotland delivered some festive misery by announcing it will withdraw its traffic wardens in six week - on CHRISTMAS EVE.
30 Dec 2013 07:00 • David Knox
THE name game for 2013 has seen Jack and Ella as the most popular choices with Borders mums and dads.
23 Dec 2013 07:30 • David Knox
A TEXTILES heritage group will find out next month if they are able to continue weaving their way towards a £5 million museum for Selkirk.
19 Dec 2013 08:00 • David Knox
SELKIRK’S kiltmaker to the stars is set to slash its workforce by half. DC Dalgliesh in Selkirk claims to be the world’s last surviving traditional kiltmaker.
10 Nov 2013 09:00 • David Knox
A LAST-DITCH plea by pro-rail enthusiasts to derail plans for a new road bridge north of Heriot has failed.