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19 Apr 2014 08:30

Abbey habit for dance theatre

THE ruined Abbeys of the Scottish Borders are layered in history.

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18 Apr 2014 08:30

Percussionists bang the drums for Paxton

SCOTTISH pianist Alasdair Beatson will open Music at Paxton this summer. The international chamber music festival, takes place in Paxton House on the banks of the River Tweed from July 18 to 27.

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16 Apr 2014 08:30

Opening chapter for budding writers in the Borders

BUDDING writers are being invited by Scottish Book Trust to attend a free workshop next month as part of the Scotland’s Stories of Home project.

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11 Apr 2014 17:30

Looking Good at Borders College

BEAUTY Therapy students organised a special evening for family and friends in Galashiels recently.

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9 Apr 2014 17:30 • David Knox

Road Trip’s Gala day

GALASHIELS is set to star later this year in the BBC show Antiques Road Trip - not once, but twice.

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8 Apr 2014 09:30

Smugglers hide in Scottish Borders inspires fashion collection

FASHION students have created a set of historic and contemporary costumes inspired by women who lived in a smugglers home in the Borders, renowned for its dark secrets.

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4 Apr 2014 14:45

Welcome to the palm pilot casino

Perhaps the biggest surprise awaiting anyone who hasn’t ventured into an online casino before is just how sophisticated the entertainment really is.


28 Mar 2014 09:30

Narnia comes to Walkerburn

THE fantastic and fantasy world of Narnia comes to Walkerburn this weekend with an exciting new dramatic take on a C. S. Lewis classic.

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24 Mar 2014 08:30

Take a walk on the wild side in Peebles

A MULTI-AWARD-WINNING cameraman and photographer starts his new Scottish tour in the Borders next month.

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22 Mar 2014 08:30

Youth project puts councillors in a spin

A NEW youth project has been opened in the Borders.

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21 Mar 2014 08:30

Choir 'Gonna Rise Up’ in Hawick

WHEN the Hawick P.S.A. Male Voice Choir annual concert is coming along, close behind the local amateur operatic society show, then you can be sure that in the “Queen o’ the Borders” at least, spring and summer cannot be too far behind.

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20 Mar 2014 08:30

Film festival transforms Borders into Dreamland

MORE than 100 film screenings, special events and installations will be staged during a film festival in the Borders next month.

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19 Mar 2014 08:30 • Nadia Vidinova

Thrill seekers have Mighty fun in Borders

MORE than 2000 runners from all over the country, many dressed in Tweed and Tartan, converged on Innerleithen for the eighth annual Mighty Deerstalker at the weekend.

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18 Mar 2014 08:30

Dreams are only a step away in the Borders

A SCHOOLBOY from the Borders proved dreams can come true after his photograph was chosen from more than 2000 entries to win a national competition.

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17 Mar 2014 08:30

Galashiels author lets readers roam through the Borders

APRIL 1 is Jerusha Burnett’s favourite day of the year.

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16 Mar 2014 08:30

Make the most of March at Bowhill

ACTIVITY is hotting up at Bowhill House and Country Estate, as the team prepare for the new 2014 season opening on April 5.

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15 Mar 2014 08:30

Borderers could play starring role in independence movie

AN award-winning film maker is on the look-out for Borderers who want to take part in an art house movie about Scottish independence.

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14 Mar 2014 08:30

The Beauty of the Ballet comes to the Borders

BRITAIN’S largest ballet company will be on show in the Borders next week.

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13 Mar 2014 08:30

Melrose concert curtain raiser for tour

AROUND 80 young musicians from across the Borders will come together for a concert in the region next week.

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5 Mar 2014 08:30

Council stages classical concert for babies

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) and the Arts Development Team at Scottish Borders Council are offering the chance for the Borders’ youngest residents to enjoy a live performance of classical music.

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