A TERRIFIED shop worker was left trapped inside her store when a flash flood hit Galashiels last week.
A GALASHIELS surveyor couldn't avoid asking his future father-in-law for permission to wed his daughter - as he was also marrying them.
A HALF-MILLION pounds arts project to celebrate the Olympics has been taken over by drunken teenagers.
No suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of an angler who was found in the Ettrick Water in Selkirk.
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A SPATE of unusual and disturbing instances of malicious damage targeted at safety cameras on the A68 has been taking place.
POLICE have issued a fresh appeal for information after a stolen quad bike was found destroyed in the Borders.
AFTER washouts at Selkirk and Hawick, it was feared rain could dampen spirits at this year's Braw Lads' Gathering in Galashiels. But, in the end, the sun and community spirit shone on the town's Gala Day.
A 22-YEAR-OLD woman was assaulted by two youths who attempted to rob her of her mobile phone while she was out jogging.
POLICE have named a teenager killed in a horror road smash in the Borders.
THE family and friends of a man reported missing in the Borders sparking a full-scale land and air search and rescue operation have this week issued an emotional appeal for him to come home.
THIS colourful bunch of characters are helping to brighten up Galashiels this summer.
POLICE have described thieves who broke in to a house in the Borders as "despicable".
A HEROIN addict who falsely claimed his mobile had been stolen in an attempt to gain a new phone by fraud was allowed to walk free after a court was told he had not been in trouble for six months - because he was in jail.
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