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- RUGBY: Biggar dealt cruel blow in Glasgow
- LETTERS: Dovecot Court residents express their thanks
- GOING OUT: Peebles workshops bring history to life
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6 Dec 2013 09:00 • Nadia Vidinova
A MYSTERY woman from Peebles has bequeathed a ‘generous’ amount to the Borders branch of the British Red Cross.
6 Dec 2013 08:30
A 12-WEEK public consultation on a blueprint which will determine land use in Peeblesshire for the next decade begins today (Friday).
6 Dec 2013 08:00
DOG biscuits discovered in a public park in the Borders were later found to have been contaminated with a deadly rat poison.
6 Dec 2013 07:30
TWEEDDALE MP David Mundell welcomed Angela Preston, Co-ordinator of the Peeblesshire Youth Trust, to Number 10 Downing Street for a special reception hosted by the Prime Minster to recognise the contribution Scotland makes to the United Kingdom and the contribution of individuals to Scottish public life.
6 Dec 2013 07:00
EDDLESTON Primary School Children, fresh from their participation in the BBC Children in Need Choir in Glasgow, gave Eddleston village a star musical performance, and helped raise a considerable amount of funds for their village’s school and church.
A week in pictures
A PEEBLES-based company has just become the first in Scotland to put together a unique training package to help teenagers develop their vocational leadership and business enterprise skills.
CHRISTOPHER Graham denies hitting two men with a knuckle duster. The 21-year-old maintained his not guilty plea at Peebles Sheriff Court on Wednesday.
GLAMOROUS gals and their pals gathered at Walkerburn Rugby Football Club on Saturday to enjoy an afternoon of fashion, fun and fundraising.
AT their annual fund-raising coffee morning and sale earlier this month Penicuik for Africa (PFA) handed over a cheque for £3,000 to Jonathan (Jonty) Hunter for the provision of three clean water supplies to villages in North Malawi.
THE school’s artwork for Biggar Little Festival that was on display in the town was on the topic “The year of Natural Scotland”.
POLICE in the Borders are appealing for witnesses following the theft of a £48,000 tractor in Jedburgh.
6 Dec 2013 08:30
AT the end of normal time and in what was the 82nd minute, Biggar were dealt a cruel blow when referee Neil Muir found fault with the Biggar back line who he believed had crept offside.
5 Dec 2013 09:30
PACEY pupils at Priorsford are set for success after being presented with new tracksuits.
4 Dec 2013 10:30
PEEBLES swimmers took part in two competitions over last weekend - on the Saturday the Eyemouth Mighty Minnows Meet and on the Sunday, Borders and East Lothian Schools Finals at Prestonpans.
3 Dec 2013 12:30
TWEEDLOVE’S flagship endurance race, the Glentress Seven, is open for entries.
4 Dec 2013 09:30
Sir, The tenants of Dovecot Court would like to thank the Gutterbluids Society for all the hard work they have put into providing us with a garden plaque of the Peebles Burgh Crest ‘Contra Nando Incrementum’.
4 Dec 2013 08:30
Sir, I read with some unease the catalogue of grievances levelled by your correspondend against his/her former employer in support of sentiments expressed in an article regarding Graeme McIver.
3 Dec 2013 13:00
Sir, On behalf of the Peeblesshire Committee of Macmillan Cancer Support, I would like to thank all the Tesco Peebles customers and staff who donated so generously to our recent collection in the store.
3 Dec 2013 12:30
Sir, It was pleasing to see that the most recent Peebles Community Council meeting was reported so fully in this week’s edition of the Peeblesshire News.
5 Dec 2013 08:30
AS part of the Hidden History of the Scottish Borders in the Time of King Arthur project, the Arthur Trail Association and AOC Archaeology are hosting two workshops in Peebles Community Centre over the next month.
30 Nov 2013 08:30
CLYDESDALE Folk Club are delighted to welcome back the wonderful singer/songwriter, Mairi Orr for their November concert.
29 Nov 2013 08:30
THE Borders panto season got off to a cracking start last weekend when packed houses enjoyed three performances of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at Walkerburn Village Hall.