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8 Mar 2014 09:00
YOUNG children eagerly make the regular weekly trip to a youth club in Peebles, knowing that they can set their own agenda.
8 Mar 2014 07:00 • David Knox
WHEN it comes to teenage page-turners Peebles teacher Claire McFall has found the plot.
7 Mar 2014 12:30
RESIDENTS in the Borders are to benefit from hundreds of new affordable homes through the further expansion of the award-winning National Housing Trust initiative (NHT).
7 Mar 2014 09:00
A LOCAL version of the Full Monty held in Innerleithen has raised over £4000 for the Borders General Hospital.
7 Mar 2014 08:30
IT has been part of Peebles life for 20 years and is one of the oldest shops on the High Street.
A week in pictures
STAFF and customers at M&Co in Peebles are celebrating this week after their fund-raising efforts helped realise £1.6m for Cancer Research UK.
THIEVES made off with jewellery worth more than £1,000 from a home in Innerleithen last week.
STEALING a child’s bike has led to a former Walkerburn man being jailed for four months.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses following the theft of a horse rug dryer from a farm in West Linton.
THREE small dogs found abandoned near Biggar experienced untold pain and suffering, according to animal welfare experts.
LIBRARIES, museums, public halls and community centres in the Borders are set to go the way of swimming baths next year when they are transferred to a charitable trust.
FORMER Scottish sprint champion Stacey Downie returned to the top of the podium at the weekend.
8 Mar 2014 06:30 • David Knox
7 Mar 2014 08:30
CYCLE Law Scotland (CLS) will be an official event sponsor at this year’s TweedLove Festival which is to host the only UK leg of the Enduro World Series.
7 Mar 2014 07:30
PEEBLES Rovers’ manager John O’Hara was given a vote confidence by his bosses this week as his side bid to get on the scoresheet for the first time in almost three months.
Once upon a time (as any movies buff will agree) competitive games of cards were all about earnest, square-jawed men hunched around a baize table in a smoky backroom “joint”.
28 Feb 2014 10:03 • Gary Farmer
23 Feb 2014 12:30
SIR, The letter in Peeblesshire News concerning Rosetta Caravan Park’s heritage drew attention to the link with the Rosetta stone.
21 Feb 2014 12:30
Sir, Readers of recent correspondence in the Peeblesshire News might be interested to know that there will be an open public forum in the Burgh Hall next Thursday, February 27, from 7pm to 9.30pm to discuss Scotland’s Referendum Choices as we continue to prepare for September’s vote.
17 Feb 2014 12:30
Sir, I am a tenant in Dovecot Road, Peebles, which was opened officially on Monday, January 27, by Margaret Burgess MSP and was attended by several councillors.
24 Feb 2014 12:30
SUMMER 2013 saw the launch of an exciting new community project by the Arthur Trail Association: Hidden History of the Scottish Borders in the Time of King Arthur.
17 Feb 2014 12:30
WHEN local choir Eddleston Voices were invited to sing with flamenco guitar great Eduardo Niebla they jumped at the chance.
14 Feb 2014 08:30
THE Linton Singers and a local children’s choir are presenting a concert to raise funds for charity this weekend.