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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.
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5 Jul 2015 08:30

Craig ready to camp out again in Peebles

HE’S camp, cheeky and irreverent and he’s back in Peebles later this year.
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4 Jul 2015 08:30

Historic printing works in artists’ call

THE National Trust for Scotland’s Robert Smail’s Printing Works in Innerleithen is getting ready to mark its 150th anniversary, with the help of an artist-in-residence.
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3 Jul 2015 08:30

Glendinning are chess brilliant

GLENDINNING Primary School won the first ever playground chess tournament in the Borders this week.
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2 Jul 2015 08:30

Looking for LADS

A LOCAL amateur dramatic society are looking for actors and backroom staff to join their production.
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28 Jun 2015 09:30

Picnic with Hamlet

SHAKESPEARE-LOVERS are in for a treat next month - the chance to see an open-air production of Hamlet while enjoying a picnic.
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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!
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23 Jun 2015 11:20

‘Old rocker’ Loudon goes online to make you listen

PROUD Souter Loudon Temple cut his performing teeth as the charismatic vocalist with various beat groups on the flourishing Borders dance hall circuit of the 1960s.
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23 Jun 2015 09:30

Deadline reminder for Waverley Lines creative writing competition

BUDDING writers of all ages are being reminded that the deadline for the Waverley Lines creative writing competition is this Friday, June 26.
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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.
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21 Jun 2015 09:30

Chastity returns to String Jam Club

AFTER an impressive performance on Later…with Jools Holland in September last year, Tennessee-raised, Minneapolis based soul-songstress Chastity Brown is heading back to the UK next month for a string of live dates and festivals - including here in the Borders.
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19 Jun 2015 09:30

Waterways Group make waves

A TEAM of 14 volunteers from Galashiels took part in the monthly Gala Waterways Group work party to clear a 35 metre section of the mill lade behind the High Street car park at the back of Iceland.
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17 Jun 2015 12:30

Riding high in Melrose

MELROSIAN Donald Crawford led the start of the festivities in Melrose this week - and then revealed he can’t wait for the rest of the week ahead.
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17 Jun 2015 12:00 • Hugh Miller

Getting the inside track from “smart” study

The familiar cry from many business owners when it comes to any discussion of postgraduate studies is “I don’t have time” - but that could finally be changing.
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17 Jun 2015 08:30

Win family tickets to airshow!

THE Border Telegraph have teamed up with the National Museum of Flight at East Fortune to offer four lucky readers the chance to win a family ticket to Scotland’s National Airshow on Saturday, July 25.
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16 Jun 2015 16:30

Calling all budding musicians

YOUNG people from schools across the Borders are being encouraged to get musical when they return after the summer break.
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14 Jun 2015 09:30

Blainslie Link path joins up communities

A NEW link path connecting Blainslie to Lauder has been officially opened.
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10 Jun 2015 19:30

Borders Book Festival returns to Melrose

THE great and the good of contemporary literature will assemble in Melrose this weekend. From best-selling crime and romance authors and leading politicians to kings and queens of comedy and television personalities there is undoubtedly something for everyone at this year’s Borders Book Festival. Casting his eye over a few of the stand-out chapters at this year’s festival is DAVID KNOX.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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20 May 2015 23:01

Thirlestane Castle

IT is one of the oldest castles in Scotland and opens its doors to the public again next week.
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19 May 2015 22:08

Borders Book Festival launches biggest ever programme

THE Brewin Dolphin Borders Book Festival launches its biggest ever programme this week, with over 90 public events featuring a dazzling line-up of stars from public life and entertainment, as well as the world of books, and an expansion of the festival site to celebrate the Year of Food and Drink Scotland 2015.
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19 May 2015 21:47

St Mary’s Music School provides a musical introduction to Edinburgh’s Summer

<span style="line-height: 105%; font-family: 'Arial',sans-serif; font-size: 10.5pt;">A MUSICAL introduction to Edinburgh’s summer is on the horizon with three eclectic concerts in June, showcasing the talents of the rising young stars at St Mary’s Music School, Scotland’s specialist music school. </span>
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