3 Sep 2015 08:30
Local artist crafts a whole new market
AN artist and crafter based in Hawick has seen a boom in sales after taking part in a highly innovative scheme run by the National Trust for Scotland.
28 Aug 2015 08:30
Lord of the Rings
DOZENS of walkers put their best foot forward on Sunday at the opening of a new circular route around St Mary’s Loch.
19 Aug 2015 10:00
Back to the 60s at Melburn Lodge
PRIMARY pupils in Melrose have swung back to the 60s to inspire artwork for a dementia unit at Borders General Hospital.
10 Jul 2015 09:30
Earlston excels with Grease Lightning
RYDELL High came to Earlston, or that’s how it felt sitting in the audience watching the High School’s summer show for 2015, Grease.
6 Jul 2015 08:30 • Stephen Mahon
Night of inspiration at Galashiels Academy awards
A DETERMINED schoolboy who refuses to let cerebral palsy prevent him compete in sport has received a special award.
3 Jul 2015 08:30
Glendinning are chess brilliant
GLENDINNING Primary School won the first ever playground chess tournament in the Borders this week.
25 Jun 2015 18:30
Earlston High's France trip rocked
FORTY S2 students and five members of staff from Earlston High School set off on what would be an amazing experience for them all. These excitable S2s were heading to Rockley Watersports in the South of France!
23 Jun 2015 09:30
Historical association set sights on Old Melrose
THE Melrose Historical & Archaeological Association hosted a special guided walk around Old Melrose for members of the Old Gala Club.
10 Jun 2015 09:30
Peebles gets a taste of Parkour
OVER 60 children were given a taste of the Parkour phenomenon through three workshops held at Peebles High School Sports Centre.
10 Jun 2015 04:30
Dancing with delight
MORE than 100 children from across Tweeddale descended on Peebles at the weekend for a dancing spectacular.
10 Jun 2015 03:30
Borders primary school welcome famous chef
SPROUSTON Primary, Kelso, has become the first school in the Borders to be adopted by the world famous Chef Albert Roux, through his pioneering Chefs Adopt a School initiative.
22 May 2015 10:10
How “smart” 4X4’s took the market by storm
Until a few years ago four-wheel drives were seen as being largely the preserve of farmers and other rural drivers looking for a comfortable way of negotiating bumpy country roads - the sort of roads that are simply no-go to ordinary saloons or hatchbacks - but that has all changed.