Pipe dreams come true for Jethart Callant Ramsay
Goodbye Goody as Jed rain on sevens parade
Hockey KYDS get goalkeeping masterclass from Struan
Just Champion – Ancrum FC crown season of success
Borders best compete with elite at Floors Horse Tria...
Promoted Linden make a point by lifting new trophy
Phil on the mend after cheating death
It may not be everybody’s way of spending a Sunday but the man who oversees the only crematorium in the Borders is confident his first open day will be a success.
A TEENAGER struggled violently with police officers after becoming abusive when refused entry to a Kelso nightclub.
Jedburgh hailed Garry Ramsay as the 2013 Jethart Callant outside its courtroom on Friday, before he made history by opening the Jubilee Fountain.
Hope sprang at last for Jedburgh folk, as the Market Place’s Jubilee Fountain finally flowed with water after four years of repairs, and decades running dry.
Friday saw the Spurs Night meeting of Braw Lad Daniel Whitehead and Braw Lass Lucy Black with Selkirk Standard Bearer Martin Rodgerson.
There aren’t many events in the Borders that can boast having two sets of television crews attending as well as showing off F1 technology.
High fashion and quality racing combine for Kelso’s final meeting of the season on Sunday when Ladies’ Day boasts an exciting seven-race card.
The world’s most successful downhill mountain biker will be at the Tweedlove cycling festival in Peeblesshire next week.
There was joy for both Melrose and Jed-Forest last weekend as one of the closest Kings of the Sevens competitions for many a year came to a conclusion.
HAWICK international centre and SRU past president Robin Charters died this week at the age of 82.
A bevy of foragers will ramble deep into the Teviot Valley on June 1-2, hunting for wild plants to flavour six new beers by the Scottish Borders Brewery.
Borders health chiefs jumped the gun in issuing a statement that gave the impression a new hydrotherapy pool at Jedburgh was a done deal.
HOW do you measure the success of a smallholder? By how much they manage to produce to feed their family each year? By how many gallons of pea-pod burgundy they can make? By how many acres they have?
RETIRED scientist Tom Veitch will start to walk the Pennine Way for charity later this month.
Award-winning photographer Laurie Campbell holds a day-long outdoors photography workship near Jedburgh next Sunday.
ALBERT ROUX had a surprise for the six students competing for the grand prize of a six-month placement at one of his restaurants.
POLICE in the Borders are hosting a series of events to raise public awareness about so-called ‘legal highs’.
Human remains found in woodland near Gordon last month have been identified as those of a teenager who was last seen alive 14 years ago.
The last operation at Peel Hospital was carried out on December 7. 1988.
A crumbling castle perched high on a cliff edge overlooking Teviotdale has been saved – thanks to a major restoration project.
Rescue workers searched for survivors amongst the wreckage of a crashed plane in the centre of Galashiels in October 1988.
Police have issued a warning over a phone scam which has claimed nearly 2,300 victims across the UK.
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Weather for Galashiels
Friday 24 May 2013
Temperature: 3 C to 11 C
Wind Speed: 22 mph
Wind direction: North east
Temperature: 5 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: West