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Nominations wanted for Scottish Cyber Awards

Scots are being urged to put themselves forward for an awards ceremony that recognises the country’s leading cyber security experts.

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Alice Cooper is returning to Glasgow in November for the first time since 2011.

Alice Cooper back in Scotland for first time in five years

US rock veteran Alice Cooper hadn’t put a new album out for six years until the end of last month or headlined a tour this side of the Atlantic for almost as long, but, to quote his 1986 single of that name, he’s back.

Music
Night Safe Bistro bosses David and Karen Wilson.

Bistro rated simply the best

A Hawick High Street restaurant is proving the most popular in the whole of the Borders on online review site TripAdvisor.

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Bowhill’s away with the fairies this month

Bowhill’s away with the fairies this month

It’s time to saddle up to pedal to Bowhill for a performance that handles Shakespeare in a wheely different way.

Theatre and Comedy
Robin Laing, whisky in poetry and song.

Evening of whisky and song

The Border Whisky Club is holding an evening of Music and Whisky on Friday, August 25.

Music
From left: Freya Brown, Anna Wardrop and Adam Khairi are encouraging other youngsters to sign up for the Great Scottish Run.

Young ones step out for Great Scottish Run

Youngsters Freya Brown, Anna Wardrop and Adam Khairi are urging others to join them at this year’s Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run.

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The site of the battle of Flodden.

Fletcher to the fore in Gary’s take on Flodden

The tale of Fletcher, the only Selkirk man to survive Flodden, shares the spotlight with James IV in Galashiels-born Gary Mill’s offering about one of the bloodiest and brutal battles staged on British soil.

Arts
Paxton, the sheepdog who couldnt is the debut childrens book from Selkirk writer, J K Fox, with pictures by experienced Scottish illustrator, Alexa Rutherford.

Paxton, a rubbish sheepdog

Melrose and the Borders countryside are at the heart of the latest book from Eyemouth-based Serafina Press.

Arts
Celebrated guitarist Preston Reid to perform at The County Hotel, Selkirk on September 16.

Grab your YES contemporary arts festival tickets now

Tickets for the YES (Yarrow, Ettrick and Selkirk) Arts Festival go on sale this weekend,

Arts
Dunbar cider company Thistly Cross serving up refreshments in the beer tent

Perfect ten for Berwick Food & Beer Festival

The Berwick Food & Beer Festival is always something to celebrate, but this year it has reached the grand old age of ten.

News
Disabled Ramblers take on 1,400ft climb at Bowhill.

Disabled Ramblers take on 1,400 ft climb at Bowhill

Members of the Disabled Ramblers from across the UK recently paid a visit to Bowhill House and Country Estate.

News
Billie Piper's powerful portrayal of a childless woman in NTL's production of Yerma.

Emotional and powerful performance

Yerma, starring the incredible Billie Piper, is the next NTL production for Wauchope Hall, Town Yetholm.

Arts
Goldilocks and the Three Bears - a fun interactive show for all the family.

Not too hot, not too cold, just right

The much loved fairytale, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, is brought to life on stage at the Macarts, Galashiels on August 27.

Theatre and Comedy
Dumfriesshire Artist Patricia Cain's  exciting new exhibition  at Hawick Museums Scott Gallery.

Peering inside the mind of the artist with Patricia Cain

An ambitious mixture of painting, print and installation will be on show at Hawick Museum’s Scott Gallery from Saturday, August 12.

Arts
Dudendance's work crosses the boundaries between theatre, dance and narrative.

Get moving with Dudendance

An award-winning dance company will be holding a workshop for young people in Selkirk this weekend.

Arts
A new play by Dogstar Theatre Company, The Sky is Safe,  part of the Creative Peebles Festival.

Peebles festival to showcase wealth of creative talent

Edinburgh may hog the headlines when it comes to arts festivals in August, but art lovers don’t necessarily have to head to the capital for cultural entertainment.

Theatre and Comedy
World premier of Margaret Salmon's new film, Mm, commemorating Berwick Bandit's 50th season.

Taking cinema out and about into the local community

The 13th Film & Media Arts Festival will animate Berwick with five days of new cinema, artists’ moving image and live performance from September 20-24.

Arts
Andrew Creegan enjoying Bowhill Ranger activities.

Action-packed activities for kids this summer at Bowhill

Those looking for fun-filled summer activities for children and adults need look no further than Bowhill House.

Theatre and Comedy
The Tannahill Weavers play Scottish traditional music at its best.

Trailblazers for Scottish music

The Tannahill Weavers, one of Scotland’s premier traditional bands, play at Eyemouth Hippodrome on September 1.

Music
Dutch street orchestra Ricciotti Ensemble performs an open air concert in Galashiels as part of its Scottish tour.

Dutch orchestra’s pop-up performance proves a hit

The self-proclaimed “craziest orchestra in the world”, the Ricciotti Ensemble, were in Galashiels last Thursday evening on the final leg of their Scottish tour.

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