Borders

20 Oct 2014 12:30

Search continues for missing man in Borders

POLICE Scotland is appealing for information to help trace a man reported missing in the Scottish Borders.

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18 Oct 2014 07:30

Wheelhouse props up local MSPs’ expenses league

PAUL Wheelhouse has emerged as the least costly local MSP when it comes to expenses claims.

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17 Oct 2014 08:30

Who you gonna call? StressBusters

BEATING the blues has become a whole lot easier with the creation of a new pick-me-up service offered by the local health board.

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17 Oct 2014 07:30

Borders councillor is suspended

A BORDERS councillor has been suspended for three months after admitting “an error of judgement” and breaching the councillors’ code of conduct.

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16 Oct 2014 07:00

Stow teenager fined

A DRUNKEN Stow teenager pulled the wing mirror from a car parked outside and head-butted the vehicle after leaving an 18th birthday party.

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16 Oct 2014 06:30

Man admits riding mountain bike dangerously

A 31-YEAR-OLD man has admitted riding his mountain bike dangerously and causing injury to a girl aged nine.

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15 Oct 2014 07:00

Ebola alert in the Borders

HEALTHCARE facilites in the Borders are “alert and prepared” for any case of the deadly Ebola disease.

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15 Oct 2014 06:40

New supermarket plans for Duns

PLANS have been unveiled for a new supermarket on the edge of Duns.

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15 Oct 2014 06:30

More housing 'desperately needed in Borders'

CHRISTINE Grahame, MSP for Midlothian South, Tweeddale and Lauderdale has welcomed the Scottish Government’s draft budget for 2015-16, which includes continued investment in the Borders.

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14 Oct 2014 07:00

New policies will help revitalise town centres

SCOTTISH Borders Council will do all it can to revitalise the shopping streets in our town centres.

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13 Oct 2014 08:00

Councillors on jaunt to Bristol to get Langlee waste plant preview

SIXTEEN elected members and officers of Scottish Borders Council made a 700-mile round trip last week to visit a state-of-the-art waste treatment facility (WTF) at the Bristol port of Avonmouth, writes ANDREW KEDDIE.

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13 Oct 2014 07:15

Villages crank up independence referendum turnout

THE Selkirkshire village of Midlem recorded the region’s highest turnout at the recent Scottish Independence Referendum.

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13 Oct 2014 07:00 • David Knox

Mysterious upper floor delays Tweed Valley tourism bid

PLANNERS have been given a month to solve the mystery of an unexplained upstairs room at a controversial bunkhouse development.

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12 Oct 2014 09:30 • Michael Robson

Ex-Standard Bearer and Lass celebrate Golden anniversary

FOR former mill workers Jake and Viv Melrose the year 1964 will forever be etched in the memory.

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11 Oct 2014 07:30

SBC spends less on agency staff

SCOTTISH Borders Council reduced its spending on employment agency staff in the last financial year.

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10 Oct 2014 08:30

Scottish Borders Council baton relay costs top £45,000

THE cost to Scottish Borders Council of hosting the Queen’s Baton Relay – the appetizer for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games – topped £45,295.

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10 Oct 2014 07:00

Borders petitioner gets apology as info watchdog admits data breaches

THE high-powered watchdog responsible for promoting and enforcing Scotland’s freedom of information laws has issued an unreserved apology to a retired Borders journalist after admitting three breaches of the Data Protection Act (DPA).

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9 Oct 2014 08:30

Remembering Mikaeel at Borders centre

MONEY raised in memory of a toddler killed by his mother is to be used to renovate an outdoor centre for youngsters in the Borders.

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8 Oct 2014 08:00 • Ally McGilvray

Track laying begins on Borders Railway

IT is the longest new domestic rail track to be built in the UK for over 100 years.

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8 Oct 2014 07:30

Apology for daughter who watched mum die in BGH

A WOMAN who watched in anguish as her distressed mother lay dying in a hospital bed has won an apology from NHS Borders.

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