The Southern Reporter

Ex cop has ‘no confidence’ in Borders police service

Crime 1
David Mundell recently visited Broughton Ales and was delighted to hear about plans to expand the site. He is pictured with David McGowan, left, and John Hunt , right, from Broughton Ales.

Spring is beer! Local breweries thrive in the new season


Drop in number of home repossessions

Light showers

Public urged to speak up and report hate crime

Crime 5

Children raise money for NSPCC Scotland


Stay healthy at Easter


Mesh implant final report published

A golden eagle in flight.

Borders eagle project about to take flight after landing £1.3m grant

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Car buyers only have a few days left to purchase a new vehicle before higher car tax rates come into force.

Car tax rates set to soar by up to 2475%

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The Fjordhus Reivers Ladies 2s spray the bubbly after retaining their Premier League East title.

Hockey ladies convincingly clinch league title

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Search for European Championship volunteers begins

Previous action from the Melrose Veterans event.

Return of Melrose Veterans tournament


Gala evening of grappling and bodyslamming not to be missed!

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Scrum along to rugby train-ing for Sevens

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Appetising Borders derby battle in prospect

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games celebrates 20 years of the original production. Pic: Brian Doherty.

Theatre Review: Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games at Edinburgh Playhouse

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Yu Kosuge, renowned Japanese pianist at Kelso Old Parish Church.

Passionate performance by Japanese pianist

The most popular Scottish attraction was the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh,

Edinburgh Castle at the peak of paid for attractions