News

News
Gala Park Post Office and newsagent's in Balmoral Place, Galashiels.

Galashiels man appears in court charged with post office robbery

Crime
Berwickshire High School

Berwickshire High School reunion planned

News

Shigellosis: Everything you need to know about this highly infectious bug

Health

Search is on for Scotland’s food and drink suppliers

News

Melrose couple make military history

News

Riverside Rock signs Kings of the Sevens sponsorship deal

Sport

Donation helps life-saving Scottish air ambulance

News
Windlestraw owners John and Sylvia Matthews with VisitScotland Regional Director Doug Wilson.

Manor is first for Borders in top tourism award

News
Skippers Bridge, Langholm.

Bus routes diverted amidst bridge repairs

Transport

Bus routes diverted amidst bridge repairs

Transport
Hawick's Commercial Road is to reopen tomorrow.

Hawick road to reopen ahead of schedule

News
Tweedbank train station, the end of the line for the Borders Railway line

Brawl leads to Borders-bound train being stopped

Crime
Hawick councillor Watson McAteer near where the town's old railway bridge used to be.

Tourism figures add momentum to calls to extend Borders Railway to Hawick

News 1

Galashiels man appears in court charged with post office robbery

Crime
Kelso North Parish Church.

Witnesses to church break-in sought

Crime
The penalty for this sort of driving offence just got much steeper.

Mobile phone driving penalty has been doubled

Crime

Borderers warned of phone scam

Crime

Borders teachers learning lessons from overseas

Education
Borders College student Catrina Barquist, 24, has been selected for the Professional Development Programme by Scotland + Venice at this year's Venice Biennale.

Italian job will help Catrina get to art of matter

News
Pictured with Christine and Ewan, back, are, middle row, from left, Edith, Isla, Roberta, Charlotte, Finlay and Faizan, with, front, Nicole, Ella, Kitty and Ellie.

Borders bookworms make their mark in library competition

News
All the winning schools in the active challenge, plus PC Shona Furness, PC Karen Ballantyne, PC Dianne Lauder and PC Sharon Lackenby, with Karen McGrath of Scottish Borders Council.

Borders youngsters put best feet forward to win awards

News

Manor is first for Borders in top tourism award

News
Skippers Bridge, Langholm.

Bus routes diverted amidst bridge repairs

Transport
James Innes.

Rural insurers keep things local with new appointment

Business

Mind the gap? It’s now three affordable homes

Politics
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced the funding during a visit to South Lanarkshire.

£10 million pounds for organisations to tackle climate change

Politics 2

Government pressed for timber roads cash

Politics
What the distillery will look like when finished.

£13m Hawick whisky distillery planning to waste not, want not

Business
Scottish Water says its charges will still be lower than the UK average after a 1.6 per cent increase.

Increase in Scottish Water charges to fund investment

Environment

Shigellosis: Everything you need to know about this highly infectious bug

Health

Vitamin D supplements key to combating common cold

Health
Left to right, BGH obstetrician  Dr Brian Magowan, Kimberly Shaw-Walker(Zaagi), Lorraine Wilson(midwife), Michelle Gibb(Zaagi) and Shona Fence(head of midwifery).

Charity gives hospital £400 boost

News
All the winning schools in the active challenge, plus PC Shona Furness, PC Karen Ballantyne, PC Dianne Lauder and PC Sharon Lackenby, with Karen McGrath of Scottish Borders Council.

Borders youngsters put best feet forward to win awards

News
The Royal College of Midwives is concerned about growing pressures on Scotland's maternity services.

Maternity services facing rising demand

Health