The Southern Reporter

Extra carriages being added to Borders Railway trains to tackle overcrowding

News
Luigi Caterino of the Italian Job Barbers proudly displays his award, alongside Rachel Casson, left, and Stacy Johnstone.

Luigi proves he’s still a cut above

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Man arrested following Coldingham drugs theft

Crime
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Calls go out for rethink on poster policy in Borders

News

Fingertip search for Hawick police after statue damaged

News

Almost half of us aren’t kings of castle

News

Peebles pupil lands prize more by design than luck

News
Earlston Paths Group volunters working on the Diamond Jubilee route, which runs from Earlston to Leaderfoot.

Putting down routes at Earlston

News
Sanna Aziz, 17, with Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and, centre, fellow MSYP Steven Sutherland.

Borders teenager tells First Minister about US trip intended to help hope overcome hate

News
Selkirk, in blue, were very unlucky to come home emtpy-handed after last weekend's game at Spartans (picture by Lisa Ferguson).

We need to start beating those underneath

Football
Lineout action from Selkirk's most recent match, at home to Jed-Forest (picture by Grant Kinghorn)

Selkirk aiming to recapture winning touch in north east

Rugby
Doddie Weir with supporters at Earlston Rugby Club.

Double Borders boost with festive trimmings for Doddie’s MND charity

Rugby
Martin, centre, displays his certificate, with Douglas Fowler (extreme right).

Karate veteran makes the grade at 7th Dan

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Sammi thrilled with selection for Commonwealth Games

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Uplifting experience at famous Borders mountain bike routes

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Gala club’s district cross-country runners go for gold at Gordonstoun

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Chasers review a year of athletic pursuits

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Jacob Martin in outlander style show

Game of Thrones challenge for Borders euine stunt team

News
Author Alan Windram at the fourth Read-a-licious childrens book festival.

feast of literary fun

Arts
The old Poundstretcher in Galashiels and the former post office next door to it.

Work set to start on Galashiels home for Great Tapestry of Scotland next spring

News
Selkirk Panto, 1992.

Selkirk’s panto cast give a capital performance

Lifestyle
Scottish Water is urging everyone to take care and stay safe near water courses and open bodies of water this winter, especially if they are accompanied by children or pets.

Public urged to stay safe around water

Lifestyle

Mince pies, pigs in blankets and chocolate - the treats to avoid giving your dog this Christmas

Lifestyle