A TEAM of medieval jousters is set to take centre stage at this year's Traquair Fayre this weekend.
THEY were one of the biggest bands of the 1990s and topped the charts with hits such as A Little Time, Perfect 10, and Rotterdam.
AFGHAN Days Babylon Nights brings stunning voices from the Theatre of War to mesmerise and captivate an audience in the Borders.
THE countdown continues to the Tweedbank Fair this week.
A GALASHIELS joiner is to be remembered at a special night of music to help raise money for cancer patients in the Borders.
16 of Scotland's freshest unsigned acts take to the T Break stage for T in the Park's landmark 20th year.
SCOTTISH Borders Hill Walking Club left our beloved Borders to travel to Patterdale in the Lake District for a day's walking to Helvellyn. The weather was bright and sunny until we reached Longtown, where it started to rain, which was to last for most of the day.
A HORSE logging demonstration will be held near Galashiels this weekend. And Border Telegraph readers are being invited to attend.
THE Border Telegraph turns back the pages with our weekly feature in association with the Old Gala Club.
FOR the first time, Music at Paxton in partnership with Live Music Now and Paxton House, presents two FREE Sunday afternoon, hour-long taster concerts in May and June this year.
WHEN it comes to creativity there's no need to look much further than the Futures Gallery at Borders Textile Towerhouse.
CONTROVERSIAL photographer Robert Mapplethorpe will be the focus of this summer's exhibition space at Old Gala House.
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