The Southern Reporter

Mum in tears as court told of teenage daughter’s death in Innerleithen

News
Kelso Ram Sales in Springwood Park, Kelso. Ron Wilson, ringing the bell to start the auctions, is retiring as Secretary of the Border Union Agricultural Show which also relieves him of his duties at the Kelso Ram Sales.

Looking forward to a fluffy future after 20 years at Springwood Park

News
James Marjoribanks, John Raine, Richard Turnbull and James Torrie switching on last years tree of light at the Borders General Hospital.

Tree will light way to Christmas at Borders General Hospital again

News
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Pals of tragic teenager Meighan tell of shock and grief

News

Police investigate death of teenager in Innerleithen

Crime

Ex-firefighter facing trial over his wife’s murder in Melrose is found dead

Crime

WIN: Christmas At The Botanics family ticket - be first to see new Edinburgh festive lights spectacular

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From left, college facilities manager Robert Hewitt, Sharcs Russ Burton, Scottish Water Horizons Donald MacBrayne and Ian Dunsmore, Sharcs Laura Bishop, Lynn Mueller and Joe Short, college vice-principal Pete Smith and Sharcs Nathan Burton.

Borders College proves to be hot stuff at award event

News
Volunteers at work in Ancrum.

Ancrum group advancing towards biodiversity

News
A try for Kelso against visitors Howe of Fife (picture by Gavin Horsburgh)

Kelso stride into third round of BT National League Cup

Rugby
Lee Jones, from Selkirk, tries to evade Reynold Lee-Lo of Samoa during last week's Autumn international (picture by Neil Hanna Photography)

Borders players set to figure against All Blacks

Rugby
Donald Nicol on the way to scoring for Selkirk last time out in a 29-19 win over Stewart's Melville (picture by Grant Kinghorn)

Selkirk can fare well in BT Cup against higher division rivals

Rugby
Arlene accepts her award from Ian Beattie, chairman of scottishathletics (picture by Bobby Gavin).

Award winner Arlene simply delighted to be in the running

More Sport

Melrose’s Mark accepted by Rugby Hall of Fame

News

Top four finish for Borders badminton team

More Sport

Selkirk FC’s poet in residence pens first novel about the struggle of the average player

Football
Families will be mesmerised by the hypnotic beauty of a flickering, scented Fire Garden

WIN: Christmas At The Botanics family ticket - be first to see new Edinburgh festive lights spectacular

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Harpist, Gwen Sinclair, one half of BabaYaga.

Harp and saxophone duo Baba Yaga interpret Mussorgsky

Music

Classical song recital from talented husband and wife team

Music
David Heard announced and presented the Jim Oliver Memorial Shield for Selkirk's Personality of the Year to Caroline Penman.

Caroline is Selkirk’s personality of the year

Lifestyle

Nostalgia: Galashiels congregation rallies round

Lifestyle

Applications for Great British Bake Off 2018 are now open

Lifestyle