2 Dec 2013 08:30 • David Knox
CHAOTIC scenes surrounded the region’s largest hospital on Monday as wardens dished out hefty £90 parking fines.
28 Nov 2013 08:01
COMMUNITY councillors in Melrose were this week told of the methods used to help keep the abbey town looking blooming beautiful.
22 Nov 2013 07:00
A MELROSE woman who drove while almost three times the legal alcohol limit has been fined £400 and banned from the road for 22 months.
18 Nov 2013 09:00
MELROSE Waverley Tennis Club were in the swing of things this season, with a number of regional wins.
16 Nov 2013 09:30
FRANCES Cooper (soprano), Joanna Nicholson (clarinet) and Ingrid Sawers (piano), who perform together as the Greenwood Trio, will give a recital in Melrose Parish Church Hall for the Melrose Music Society this weekend.
15 Nov 2013 11:00 • Ally McGilvray
HAWICK Head Coach Phil Leck has tipped Ayr to hold on to the RBS Premiership title this season - after last year's champions knocked Melrose off the top of the table at the weekend.
13 Nov 2013 11:30 • Ally McGilvray
IT is something most rugby daft teenagers can only dare to dream of. Scoring a try for one of Scotland's top club sides against one of their fiercest rivals, on one of the best known grounds in the game, on their debut.
13 Nov 2013 07:00
MSP Christine Grahame said: "It will mean the line runs from Edinburgh Waverley to Tweedbank Abbotsford and the link to Scott could give a huge boost to passenger numbers."
11 Nov 2013 07:30
PATIENT feedback gathered since the recent opening of the new Out Patients Department at the Borders General Hospital has been overwhelmingly positive.
11 Nov 2013 07:00
NET income from parking charges levied in Galashiels and Melrose will now be used to fund street entertainment and other events aimed at boosting town centres.
3 Nov 2013 09:30 • David Knox
PARKING restrictions will be driven into Borders General Hospital next month. Concerns over dangerous parking led to health bosses carrying out a full review at the region’s largest hospital.
31 Oct 2013 08:00
A FORMER butcher from the Borders has faced up to one of the Army’s toughest tests.
29 Oct 2013 07:00 • Ally McGilvray
MELROSE and Leaderdale Councillor Iain Gillespie accused a Scottish Water spokesperson of being “obtuse” after he claimed Scottish Borders Council would be restricting growth in the area if it rejected his company’s plans to build a new sewage pumping station in Newstead.
28 Oct 2013 08:30 • Ally McGilvray
SCROOGE-like council chiefs have threatened to spoil Christmas for everyone in Melrose this year.
25 Oct 2013 08:30 • Ally McGilvray
MELROSE Provost William Windram revealed Police Scotland have given them no guarantees that the town’s police station would remain open if it goes ahead with plans to close the front counter.
25 Oct 2013 07:15 • Ally McGilvray
FUNDRAISING is underway for a second major rabbit cull in Melrose.
15 Oct 2013 06:30
SELKIRK'S French prisoners were last seen attempting to escape by balloon.
24 Sep 2013 08:30
A RARE manuscript has given a unique insight into how devotees of Sir Walter Scott – including King William IV – donated money in a bid to save the writer’s home at Abbotsford from the crippling debts he left behind when he died in 1832.
12 Sep 2013 08:30
HISTORIC Scotland has reported a bumper summer of visitor numbers to its sites in The Scottish Borders.