25 Nov 2013 07:30
A GROUP of Selkirk businessmen are about to commission a feasibility study into bringing a textiles museum to the town.
23 Nov 2013 07:00
A SELKIRK man who produced two knives during a street bust-up has received a 12 month custodial sentence.
22 Nov 2013 09:30 • David Knox
CHARITY chiefs who operate the Haining Estate near Selkirk believe they will need to generate almost £100,000 of income every year.
22 Nov 2013 08:30
A FINANCIAL adviser who obtained more than £158,000 by fraud from a client faces jail when she is sentenced next month.
22 Nov 2013 08:00
LOCAL MSP John Lamont rolled up his sleeves last week to volunteer for the day at the Barnardo’s shop in Selkirk.
19 Nov 2013 07:30
CALLS are being made to slow down traffic on a winding one-way road in Selkirk after it emerged as a rat-run.
15 Nov 2013 10:30
IT was once voted the second best gig in the whole of the UK. And was named Club of the Year at the Scots Traditional Music Awards.
15 Nov 2013 08:30 • David Knox
MEMBERS of a charity trust which runs an historic estate in Selkirk are hoping for an E.coli outbreak. But its only some toxic pond algae they will be targeting.
14 Nov 2013 07:30 • David Knox
STONEMASONS believe it will take months to repair the vandalism wounds caused to Selkirk War Memorial.
13 Nov 2013 07:30
MERCHANT Company Master Jim Cockburn welcomed members and their guests to the Company winter function at Selkirk Rugby Club on Friday, November 1.
8 Nov 2013 09:30 • David Knox
HE’S better known for sitting on a stool but early next year Frightened Rabbit drummer, Grant Hutchison, will drop the sticks and climb into the saddle.
8 Nov 2013 07:30 • David Knox
SELKIRK care home owners have been ordered to tidy up by government inspectors.
7 Nov 2013 06:30
THE Selkirk Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (Selkirk CARS) was formally launched at The Future of Selkirk community event held at the Victoria Halls on Saturday, November 2.
6 Nov 2013 12:30
A LACK of men has forced opera bosses in Selkirk to jump ship.
6 Nov 2013 11:30
THREE men have been arrested and charged with a range of crimes of dishonesty in the Borders.
5 Nov 2013 09:30 • David Knox
INSPECTORS have slammed a small Selkirk primary school - but hope a new management team can turn around its fortunes.
4 Nov 2013 09:00 • David Knox
HE’S undoubtedly the king of the call centres. And earlier this month former boxer Billy Dent helped his Selkirk workplace punch above its weight at the European Championships.
28 Oct 2013 08:30 • Ally McGilvray
A TEMPORARY one-way system in Selkirk could be made permanent - despite concerns that it is “an accident waiting to happen”.
27 Oct 2013 07:30
A 57-YEAR-OLD woman denies trying to grope and kiss another woman in a homophobic attack at a Tweedbank shop.