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Peebles pupils have the World in their hands

ONESIES, tiger suits and all manner of weird and wonderful costumes were in evidence as pupils at Peebles High School supported mental health awareness.

24 Oct 2014 07:30

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West Linton ready for switch on

24 Oct 2014 07:15

IT’S just nine weeks to Christmas and already towns and villages in the Borders are making plans.

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You Can Cook

24 Oct 2014 07:00

YOU Can Cook is a Peebles based social enterprise legally constituted as a community interest company.

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Lord Smith begins fact-finding tour in the Borders

23 Oct 2014 08:30

LORD Smith of Kelvin is a man on a mission.

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Twenty’s plenty, says West Linton councillor

23 Oct 2014 08:25

A CONSERVATION village is considering campaigning for a 20mph limit in a bid to make its streets safer.

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Peebles MSP seeks views on more powers for Scotland

CHRISTINE Grahame, MSP for Midlothian South, Tweeddale & Lauderdale, is seeking the views of her constituents as to which powers should be devolved from Westminster to the Scottish Parliament.

Ebola – Peebles GPs get guidance

Peebles pilot jets home

New shop to pop up in Peebles

Peebles twins have the X factor

Innerleithen »

House sales ‘hit by new flood maps’

POTENTIAL house buyers have been giving Innerleithen a miss since parts of the town were deemed to be in a high risk flood area, it is claimed.

Youth club set to return at new home

Frustration over Caerlee delay

Action called for at crash spot

Ex-Standard Bearer and Lass celebrate golden anniversary

Walkerburn »

Walkerburn ready for disaster

WALKERBURN has cemented its position as one of the pioneers of a project aimed at helping the community in times of emergency.

Walkerburn - a resilient community

Tweed Valley path could generate millions

New President for local Rotary Club

Walkerburn is lit up

Biggar »

Biggar P7s in action at Linlithgow

THE Biggar P7s visited an autumnal Linlithgow for their annual festival which is always a competitive and enjoyable day.

Team play makes for success

Abandoned cockerels need new homes

Biggar too good for Dunbar

Bake off boost for Biggar firm

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Extra time required by Tweeddale to run off the cakes

24 Oct 2014 15:30

TWEEDDALE managed to make it into the hat for the second round of the South Cup, but it was far from plain sailing.

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Lowland League round-up: City stay out on top

24 Oct 2014 10:30

A ROSS ALLUM double helped Edinburgh City maintain their eight-point lead at the top of the table.

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Border Amateur round-up: Rub of green for Greenlaw

24 Oct 2014 09:30

LAWRIE Dunn is aiming for an extended South Cup run after getting on the scoresheet to help his Greenlaw side knock out Tranent Amateurs in the first round, writes KENNY PATERSON.

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Aaron’s attitude praised by Borders coach

21 Oct 2014 10:30 • David Knox

PEEBLES footballer Aaron Gray was amongst the Borders Disability squad who made a winning start to life in the big league last week.

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Fragile X fundraiser thanks

SIR, Through the courtesy of your column Craig and I would like to express our sincere thanks to everyone who came along to the Fragile X Society’s very first Scottish Fund Raising Dinner on Friday, October 10 National Fragile X Awareness Day.

23 Oct 2014 16:30

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Thanking you

22 Oct 2014 16:30

SIR, May I through the courtesy of your pages express grateful thanks to everyone who supported the Charity Zumbathon in aid of Innerleithen & Walkerburn Community First Responders, on September 27.

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Beggars a 'Big Issue’ in Peebles

20 Oct 2014 16:30

SIR, I was hoping you could raise a concern which has appeared on Peebles lovely High Street?

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Peeblesshire News letter called for a new union

19 Oct 2014 09:30

The thoughtful and eminently sensible letter from Dave Robb in last week’s Peeblesshire News called for a new union in which Scotland would be a “paying partner rather than a supplicant”.

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Innerleithen hosts 'unique’ concert

A UNIQUE musical event will come to Innerleithen’s Memorial Hall tomorrow (Saturday, October 25) when two of the Borders most active brass bands come together in concert.

24 Oct 2014 14:30

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Brass bands to do battle in Peebles

23 Oct 2014 12:30

THE 14th annual Borders Entertainment Contest for brass bands will make its second visit to Peebles next month when 17 bands will battle for the Scottish Borders Trophy.

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Peebles poised to host Borders walking festival

22 Oct 2014 12:30

PEEBLES looks set to host the 2017 Scottish Borders Walking Festival.

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