The Southern Reporter

Talks held in bid to get Borderlands growth deal up and running

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Police snow warning for Borders: ‘Get home as early as possible’

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The attack happened on the Black Path, near Asda, on Monday, January 15, at around 12.30pm. The three men were seen walking towards Langlee.

Broad daylight robbery on Galashiels’ Black Path

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Selkirk’s holding out for a hero

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Met Office issues another amber weather warning for part of the Borders

News

Hawick widow planning civil action against death crash driver

News

MPs hit out at bank bosses for refusing to rethink branch closure plans

News
Moffat ran up a bill of �3175 at the Lodge at Carfraemill.

Borderer accused of running up £4,000 of bills without paying

Crime

Council says schools will open tomorrow, barring further adverse weather

News
The Kelso 1st XI hockey ladies.

Hockey comes home to Kelso thanks to new school pitch

Rugby
Celebrated rugby commentator Bill McLaren (picture by Neil Hanna)

Exploratory talks on Hawick rugby artefacts

Rugby
Hawick RA's goalmouth is under pressure from Calum Helm, who scored twice, and his Selkirk team mates, in last week's derby, which the Souters, in blue, won 5-0 (picture by Alwyn Johnston).

Double derby-winning Souters take advantage of free Saturday

Football
Georgina Kelly.

Kelso’s Georgina on the verge of qualifying for world biathlon

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Laidlaw back as familiar Borders names join Scottish squad

Rugby

Make a point of visiting Kelso for race action

Horse Racing

Hawick hold out against Hawks

Rugby

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

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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
Sound idea...to commemorate Armistice Day centenary in November 2018, composer Martin Suckling is looking for readers help to sample church bells across Scotland.

Record your church bells for new Scottish composition

Lifestyle
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