The Southern Reporter

Rise in attacks on teachers put down to repeat offenders

Education
The A72 near Cardrona.

Pensioner banned from road over crash near Peebles that killed pal, 87

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Traffic driving through snow in Kelso's Bridge Street on Tuesday.

More snow hits the Borders, but less than forecast

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Police advise drivers to avoid travelling tonight in southern and central Scotland

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Schools to stay closed on Thursday – more snow expected tonight

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A7 re-opened at Hawick, public transport operating, all schools in Borders closed, following yesterday’s snowfall.

News

Royal Bank of Scotland bosses to be quizzed about Borders branch closures today

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Snow in Galashiels yesterday.

Snow leads to closure of all Borders schools

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Jethart Callant Brodie Irvine rides to Carter Bar last year.

Jethart festival needs a hand to help it flourish

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Never a frown with Molten Brown .... the horse was a winner last year at Friar's Haugh, ridden in our picture by Joanna Walton (picture by Alan Raeburn).

Make a point of visiting Kelso for race action

Horse Racing
Hawick skipper Bruce McNeil makes a break withthe ball (picture by Bill McBurnie).

Hawick hold out against Hawks

Rugby
Some of the award recipients from Peebles High School.

Peebles on the podium to accept gold award for delivering successful school PE programme

More Sport

Selkirk work on fitness levels after Dundee disappointment

Rugby

Souters seek to build on positive derby result

Football

Now we warm up for Currie

Rugby
Charles Hanson checks out Anita Mannings paintings in Hawick.

Telly pair show you can get a bargain

News
Thirlestane Castle at Lauder.

Lauder castle lands £40,000 grant to help fund rejig plans

News
Cheesefest is coming to Edinburgh

Cheesefest 2018: A festival for cheese lovers is coming

Whats on
Brother and sister John and Margaret Lindsay load their  van for the final rural delivery in 1968.

NOSTALGIA: Lindsay’s bakers 1968

Lifestyle
Stop being a stick in the mud...and get down and dirty in it when Tough Mudder returns to Drumlanrig Castle on June 16 and June 17 this year. (Pic: Robert Perry)

Make Scottish charities your New Year resolution

Lifestyle

So, what's it like to go down the re-opened flume in Hawick?

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