News

News

There’s no stopping Earlston’s Rusty Bikers

News
Paul and Sulee Harris, of Coldingham Gallery, will now run a quarterly auction house.

First bids to be raised at Coldingham auction house

News
Chelsea's Eden Hazard coming off the bench during Saturday's FA Cup semi-final to score the goal that earned Hawick's Lewis Elliot �20,000.

Lucky Lewis lands £20,000 football windfall with £3 bet

News
John Lamont (Scottish Conservative)
Duns election hustings.

MSP quits in bid to get fourth time lucky

Politics

Smartphone could make injections a thing of the past for some diabetes sufferers

Health

Mundell begins bid for re-election

Politics

Forklift driver fined £1,200 for hare hunt

Crime

St Boswells Guides shown a thing or two about fire safety

News

Two fifths of male football fans admit to destruction of items

News

100 days Of President Trump

News

Support continues to grow for extension of Borders Railway into England

News
The car park at Ettrick Riverside, Selkirk.

Green light for new car park at Ettrick Riverside

Transport
Traffic jams in Selkirk's town centre.

Traders hit out at traffic delays

News
A Borders Railway service arriving at Stow.

Moves to extend Borders Railway building up head of steam as study starts

News 2
Easter commuters face travel delays

Lengthy delays predicted for Easter travellers

Transport

Forklift driver fined £1,200 for hare hunt

Crime
The centre at Glentress attracts many cyclists daily

Two bikes, valued at £5,500, stolen in daylight robbery

Crime
Selkirk Sheriff Court, Justice of the Peace, Procurator Fiscal

Galashiels male, 16, accused of raping two 14-year-olds

Crime
Priorwood Court in Melrose.

Man in court to face charge of murdering his wife in Melrose

News

National Trust launches major recruitment drive

News
St Joseph's school in Selkirk celebrates John Muir's birthday on Friday 21st April by dressing up with classmates which saw them complete a project on the Scottish explorer.

Pupils celebrate John Muir Day

News

More than £570k spent last year on supply teachers

Education
Students, from left,  Ryan Ford, Ash Nairn and Daniel Chapman.

Hawick’s Howdens help out students

Education

First bids to be raised at Coldingham auction house

News
Peelham Farm, Berwickshire.

Borders businesses have their eyes on prizes

Business
Muirburn in the Lammermuirs.

Gamekeepers keep fighting fire with fire

Business
Woolworths could be set for a return?

Woolworths set for shock return to the high street

Business

MSP quits in bid to get fourth time lucky

Politics

Mundell begins bid for re-election

Politics
The 'pinch point' between Melrose Gait and Coopersknowe

Councillors refuse waste transfer bid

Politics
SNP MSP Christine Grahame speaking at the Borders College to girls from various secondary schools from around the Borders about getting into the construction industry.

MSP leads Addaction debate in Holyrood

Politics

Grahame: ‘Get on with your job, John’

Politics

National Trust launches major recruitment drive

News
St Joseph's school in Selkirk celebrates John Muir's birthday on Friday 21st April by dressing up with classmates which saw them complete a project on the Scottish explorer.

Pupils celebrate John Muir Day

News
Muirburn in the Lammermuirs.

Gamekeepers keep fighting fire with fire

Business
The River Teviot in Hawick.

£41m flood scheme is a step nearer reality

Environment

Smartphone could make injections a thing of the past for some diabetes sufferers

Health
Wilma Gunn, Matthew Burgess and Marjorie Lawrie with the new defibrillator at Selkirk Bowing Club.

Friends of Bob help fund defibrillator for Selkirk

Health
92-year-old Robert Cheape with mini-Shetland pony, Wilson at Riverside Health Care Centre, Selkirk.

Borders debut for mini ponies

Health
Earlston health centre at Kidgate.

Health centre gets go ahead for major revamp

Health
Steven Porter of Porter's Porches in Galashiels.

Calls for van parking at Borders hospital

Health