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22 Jul 2015 14:25 • David Knox

Breaking: Racist graffiti sprayed onto Selkirk roads

A CLEAN-UP operation is being mounted to remove racist graffiti which was sprayed onto roads in Selkirk.
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20 Jul 2015 07:30 • Ally McGilvray

Selkirk will never be as good as Melrose

THEY say it’s good to talk.
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17 Jul 2015 08:00 • Ally McGilvray

Selkirk facing Christmas black-out

SELKIRK is facing a black-out this Christmas due to a lack of volunteers to put up the town’s festive lights.
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14 Jul 2015 06:30

Brilliant Bield volunteers praised in Selkirk

TENANTS and staff at a sheltered housing development in Selkirk have highlighted the important role of volunteers by dedicating a night completely to them.
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8 Jul 2015 07:30

No sinking feeling at St Mary’s Loch

BORDERS MSP John Lamont is used to the swim-or-sink life of politics.
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7 Jul 2015 05:30 • David Knox

Gordon Arms will rise from the ashes

A COUNTRY inn which was ravaged by fire earlier this year could be open again next month.
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4 Jul 2015 06:30 • David Knox

Trunk call brings Mungo Park heirloom home

EXPLORER Mungo Park may never have made it back to Selkirk.
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29 Jun 2015 14:30

Man found with serious injuries in Selkirk

POLICE have appealed for information after a man was found with serious injuries in the middle of the road in Selkirk.
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21 Jun 2015 08:30

Selkirk volunteer praised for decades of dedication

A VOLUNTEER from Selkirk will receive a long-service award in recognition of her support for vulnerable children.
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19 Jun 2015 07:30 • David Knox

'It doesn’t get any better than this’

“IT doesn’t get any better than this,” was how Scott Rodgerson summed up his day in the sun.
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19 Jun 2015 07:25 • David Knox

That’s all folks...

FRIDAY’S Common Riding was the end of an era for two Souter stalwarts.
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18 Jun 2015 06:30 • David Knox

Flood bosses issue river warnings

FLOOD defence bosses in Selkirk have issued a warning for local schoolchildren to stay away during the summer holidays.
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17 Jun 2015 07:30

Selkirk Hail Smilin' Morn

IT was colourful, it was dramatic and it was spectacular.
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17 Jun 2015 06:30

Sheriff gives short-wearing accused a grilling

A 27-YEAR-OLD man who turned up in court wearing shorts as temperatures outside were in the sizzling seventies has been reprimanded by a sheriff.
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10 Jun 2015 18:30

Wee issues at Selkirk High

AS part of the school’s Literacy Week, pupils from S2 at Selkirk High School spent the week exploring a range of issues relevant to contemporary times and their local community.
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5 May 2015 06:30

Fundraisers step out for charity

FIFTY-EIGHT walkers from all over the region took to the border hills on Sunday to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
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2 May 2015 08:30 • Ally McGilvray

Special moment for new Selkirk Standard Bearer

A COLOURFUL summer awaits Scott Rodgerson.
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21 Apr 2015 08:00 • Ally McGilvray

'Major plans’ to improve A7

TWO schoolgirls narrowly avoided being killed at the same spot a pensioner was struck by a lorry just four months ago, community councillors heard this week.
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18 Apr 2015 08:30 • Ally McGilvray

Selkirk is sinking

SELKIRK is sinking, community councillors were told this week.
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18 Apr 2015 07:30

New drive to help businesses in Selkirk

A FREE bus service is being introduced in Selkirk next week to encourage the town’s workforce to dine out for lunch - and give local businesses a boost.
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9 Apr 2015 09:30 • Stephen Mahon

Deputy First Minister 'open' to railway extension

DEPUTY First Minister John Swinney has said the government may consider extending the Borders Railway to Carlisle.
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2 Apr 2015 07:30 • David Knox

Banny Tranny still at large

A POLICE hunt for a flashing transvestite in Selkirk has failed to find its man.
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27 Mar 2015 03:30

Local breastfeeding support targets Selkirk

THE Healthy Living Network works hard to raise the profile of breastfeeding with mums to be by explaining the advice and support that is available to them from their midwives and health visitors across the Borders.
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26 Mar 2015 16:30 • Ally McGilvray

Police hunt flasher in the Borders

SCHOOLGIRLS left 'distressed' following encounter with man wearing a black wig and skirt who exposed himself.
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26 Mar 2015 06:30

Man in court following Selkirk robbery

A 20-YEAR-OLD man has appeared in private at Jedburgh Sheriff Court accused of assaulting and robbing an 80-year-old woman in her own home.
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