26 Sep 2014 06:00

Selkirk man followed woman

A SELKIRK man has been found guilty after a trial of following a woman during the early hours of New Year’s Day.

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24 Sep 2014 06:30

Motorcyclist suffers serious leg injuries in smash

A 35-YEAR-OLD motorcyclist was rushed to hospital following a collision which closed a road in the Borders for almost two hours.

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22 Sep 2014 06:30

Selkirk motorists can’t see the cars for the trees

TREES and bushes blocking drivers’ views at a junction in Selkirk are to be chopped down.

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19 Sep 2014 10:30 • David Knox

Carterhaugh shines for the Yarrow Show

THE sun shone, the sheep bleated, the jam set and the horses jumped - who could ask for more.

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18 Sep 2014 07:30 • David Knox

Cross Keys to reopen in Selkirk

THE former Cross Keys in Selkirk will reopen as a community hub next month. Scottish Borders Council bought the former town-centre pub earlier this year.

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16 Sep 2014 08:30

Selkirk pupils aim High

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.

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12 Sep 2014 08:00 • David Knox

Selkirk one-way to stay

PLANS for a permanent one-way system in lower Selkirk will be unveiled before the end of this month.

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24 Aug 2014 09:30

Selkirk take STEPS towards closer links

LAST week saw another very successful visit to Selkirk by a group of 16 friends from Bavaria.

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22 Aug 2014 09:30 • David Knox

BIDing for businesss in Selkirk

BOOSTING business in Selkirk is the aim of a new initiative which was launched this week.

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22 Aug 2014 07:30

Yarrow speed limit retained

AN experimental speed limit in a Selkirkshire hamlet is now a permanent fixture.

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19 Aug 2014 17:30

Selkirk estate given vital funding for restoration work

HISTORIC Scotland has announced the latest round of Building Repair Grants, totalling £1.5 million - £370,000 of which will be used to restore the Haining mansion house in Selkirk.

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18 Aug 2014 07:30

Yarrow speeds 'cut by 10mph’

AN experimental speed limit in a Selkirkshire hamlet is set to be retained.

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16 Aug 2014 07:30 • David Knox

Anger over green waste obstacles

BARRIERS and steps are preventing the elderly and disabled of Selkirk from dumping garden waste at their local recycling centre.

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13 Aug 2014 07:30

Motorist with only six months to live is jailed for four months

A 54-YEAR-OLD man who has only six months to live has been jailed for four months after clocking up his eighth conviction for driving while banned.

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12 Aug 2014 08:30

War plans for Selkirk

PLANS to commemorate the First World War in Selkirk are being hatched.

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11 Aug 2014 07:30

Selkirk leisure boss tries again with plans for 19 holiday lodges

A BUSINESSMAN’s bid to expand a holiday and leisure complex on an estate near Selkirk is back on track – a year after his vision lay in tatters.

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30 Jul 2014 08:30

New company to ring changes in the telecoms market

A COMPANY to be launched next month is aiming to disrupt the UK telecoms market by being the first to offer customers same day telephone and broadband services without holding them to long-term contracts.

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27 Jul 2014 07:30 • David Knox

New tenants given behaviour warnings

POLICE in Selkirk are working with housing officers in a bid to quieten down blocks of flats in Bannerfield.

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22 Jul 2014 09:30

Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme in full flow

IT is only one month since the £31.4million Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme officially began but already the advanced works are significantly progressing.

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18 Jul 2014 07:30 • David Knox

Silent nights leave festive committee in the dark

FESTIVE organisers in Selkirk have endured close to a year of silent nights - and silent days - as they attempt to liaise with the local authority about power upgrades.

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