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Celebrating carers in the Borders

Health

Calling all Borderers to come to the aid of Small Blues

Environment 1
Artist's impression of the entrance to the proposed early learning centre at St Boswells primary school.

Safety concerns raised over primary school plans

News

Four arrested after spate of Peebles bike thefts

Crime

Chairwoman reveals why she quit

News

Fire services respond to house fire at Selkirk

News

Annual poll shows six in ten parents raid their children’s piggy banks to cover costs

News

Registration for Baby Box will begin in June

News
Bike to School Week is an opportunity for children and parents to kick-start active travel habits and switch to cycling, scootering or walking for the school journey.

Sustrans’ Bike to School Week rolls through Scotland

News
A new survey has revealed that people living with dementia and their carers across Scotland are experiencing significant loss of friendships.

National survey reveals that Scots living with dementia have lost friends

News

Bus firm disputes claim that passengers have been left stranded by change of Hawick route

News 2
Three X95 bus serivives a night are to be diverted during the roadworks.

A7 to be closed overnight near Stow for roadworks

News
Hypermiling is a new tactic that is growing in popularity.

Traffic diversions for A1 to allow works

Transport
Pc Dianne Lauder with Drumlanrig St Cuthbert's Primary School pupils in Hawick.

Hawick youngsters putting safety first

News

Four arrested after spate of Peebles bike thefts

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

Ordered to pay compensation

Crime

Lauder man accused of sexual assault

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

Peebles man assaulted partner

Crime

Tesco Galashiels hits target in outreach initiative

Education
You Can Cook has launched its Food For Life scheme.

New project will teach organic growing and healthy cooking

Education
Polly Wolly Doodle manager Paula Preston (centre) and early year assistants Michelle Stewart and Kirsten Canning.

Duns childminder gets top marks from Care Inspectorate

Business
Left to right, back row, Nicole Brown P6, Shaun Boyle P5,  Gracie Paterson P7, Finlay Robb P5,  Caitlyn Turner, P7, Melissa Paterson P5 and Blair Watson P5.
Front row, Madison Turner P5, Blair Easson P4, Tessa Paterson P4 and Hope Wilison P4.

Kidnapped book inspires sense of adventure in kids

Education 1

Bus firm disputes claim that passengers have been left stranded by change of Hawick route

News 2
The old WHSmith premises in Hawick High Street.

Potential boost brewing for Hawick as Costa eyes up old shop site

News
Hawick councillor Stuart Marshall opens the new Argos in Sainsburys along with store managers Jamie Easton of Argos and Rick Martin of Sainsburys, plus Hawick Scout Pipe Band.

Switch of site for Hawick’s Argos store secures jobs of 11 staff

News 1
The Borders Distillery site in Commercial Road, Hawick.

£13m Hawick distillery’s zero-waste plant bid gets thumbs-up

News

We’ve been gagged, claim SNP’s Borders councillors

News
The Borders Distillery site in Commercial Road, Hawick.

£13m Hawick distillery’s zero-waste plant bid gets thumbs-up

News
Michelle Ballantyne MSP takes the oath as she is sworn in as regional MSP for South Scotland. 23 May 2017. Pic - Andrew Cowan/Scottish Parliament

Michelle Ballantyne is sworn in as list MSP

Politics 1
Former First Minister Alex Salmond lent his political weight to Gail Hendry and Calum Kerr's campaigns.

Sibling support for Hendry in Selkirk

Politics

Calling all Borderers to come to the aid of Small Blues

Environment 1
The Met Office issued this weather warning for Saturday

Met Office issue weather warning for weekend

Environment
Hawick councillor Davie Paterson in Howegate.

Meeting planned in bid to clean up Hawick street hit by litter louts

News 2
Retired Anglican priest Andrew Warburton looking over towards the proposed site for a wind farm at Highlee Hill.

Plans ditched for tallest wind turbines in Borders

News 2

Celebrating carers in the Borders

Health
You Can Cook has launched its Food For Life scheme.

New project will teach organic growing and healthy cooking

Education
Julie Pearson, Housing Care Manager at Cornmill Court in Galashiels (second from right) with housing care workers. from left: Myra Kennedy, Julita Szymkowicz and Donna Doogan.

Cornmill Court hailed in report

Health

Care board ‘too old to carry on’

Health
The behind the scenes, non-clinical award winners were the catering team at NHS Borders. They are pictured here with, back row far right, Kaye Niven, Five Star Taxis, the award's sponsor.

Caterers collect prizes at double

Health