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A CYCLIST was left fighting for his life after his bike was involved in a collision with a car in the Borders this week.
31 Oct 2014 09:00
31 Oct 2014 08:45
BBC Children in Need has launched their annual BearFaced campaign for its third consecutive year.
31 Oct 2014 08:30
A PEEBLES man will stand trial next month accused of attempting to pervert the course of justice following a crash in the town’s Rosetta Road.
31 Oct 2014 08:00
POLICE are preparing to launch their operation to help keep people safe over Halloween.
31 Oct 2014 07:30
A TEENAGER from Cardrona has appeared in court accused of posting racially offensive photos and remarks on Facebook.
A week in pictures
THE full programme for an international mountain biking conference to be held at Peebles Hydro Hotel next month has been launched this week.
FOUR volunteers from Robert Smail’s Printing Works landed the National Trust for Scotland’s Group of the Year award.
WALKERBURN has cemented its position as one of the pioneers of a project aimed at helping the community in times of emergency.
IT’S just nine weeks to Christmas and already towns and villages in the Borders are making plans.
THE Biggar P7s visited an autumnal Linlithgow for their annual festival which is always a competitive and enjoyable day.
PEOPLE across the Scottish Borders are being urged to act now to cut their bills and make their homes warmer as part of a Scottish Government campaign to encourage people to call the Home Energy Scotland Hotline.
WHILE this was not the best game ever, it was a Border derby and you cant get more than five points for a win so Peebles made there way home happy with the result, writes Allan Beveridge.
31 Oct 2014 18:30
31 Oct 2014 13:30
PEEBLES did well to claim their second consecutive league win at a blustery Woodside Park on Saturday.
31 Oct 2014 12:30 • David Knox
SCOTLAND are poised to become rugby league’s European champions for the first time ever tonight in the Borders.
28 Oct 2014 10:30
FRESH from his Ryder Cup winning performance at Gleneagles with Team Europe golfer Lee Westwood was back at his home from home, Close House in Northumberland, to play a round of golf with one of the sport’s up-and-coming stars.
31 Oct 2014 09:00
SIR, Whilst Democracy itself is effectively 'the oppression of the minority by the majority’; can there ever be any justification to ignore the legitimate concerns of voters?
29 Oct 2014 09:30
Sir, I would like to correct Councillor Bhatia’s comments as reported in last week’s Peeblesshire News regarding the Cardrona 20mph pilot.
28 Oct 2014 09:30
SIR, My apologies for writing again so soon. A couple of years ago I defended the principle that Mr Mundell should be free to write what he likes - whether I agreed with his opinions or not. He seems to imply others should not have the same freedom, if their opinions don’t agree with his.
27 Oct 2014 09:30
SIR, I agree with the two letters in last week’s Border Telegraph asking why it was necessary to send 16 councillors and officials to a site at Avonmouth to visit a waste treatment facility.
29 Oct 2014 16:30
THERE’S a special sense of anticipation ahead of the second concert in the new Music in Peebles season.
28 Oct 2014 16:30
CLASSIC rock tribute band Strange Brew make a welcome return to Peebles’ Eastgate Theatre following last year’s exceptional show.
27 Oct 2014 16:30
COORIE in to the fire, turn up the lamps and don’t, whatever you do, look round if you hear footsteps behind you if you’re at Kailzie Gardens on the night of Friday, October 31 - Hallowe’en!