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22 Aug 2014 09:00
INNERLEITHEN was alive with the sound of music at the weekend.
22 Aug 2014 08:30 • David Knox
IMAGINE trying out things like climbing, archery and cooking for the first time without being able to see.
22 Aug 2014 08:00
A NEW way of trekking through the Tweed Valley has just been launched.
22 Aug 2014 07:30
THE latest in electric-powered cars will arrive in Peebles next month.
22 Aug 2014 07:00
AROUND one in four students were dissatisfied with the food served at Borders College in the 2013/14 session.
A week in pictures
PEEBLES High School confirmed its place as one of the top performing schools in Scotland after the latest exam results were released.
POST office bosses believe a move along Innerleithen High Street will secure services in the town for years to come.
Innerleithen, Walkerburn and Traquair Rotary Club have appointed Robin Tatler as President for 2014-15.
FEIS Rois is once again bringing its exciting mix of youth, traditional Gaelic music and culture to the Borders for a concert and family ceilidh.
A BREAK in the rain blessed Biggar Show organisers during the champion judging.
A BUSINESS in the Borders has been cashing in on the opportunities presented by this unique year for Scottish tourism.
19 Aug 2014 10:30
PEEBLES athlete Jacob Adkin has been selected for Team GB following his weekend’s bronze medal at the British Mountain Running championships.
18 Aug 2014 11:30
PEEBLES Netball is looking for new players at S1 age group.
18 Aug 2014 07:30 • David Knox
OLYMPIC gold medalist Scott Brash has been selected for Great Britain to compete World Equestrian Games next month.
16 Aug 2014 07:30
FOLLOWING on from the previous week’s 4-1 victory over Hawick Legion, Tweeddale turned in another encouraging pre-season performance against their South Lanarkshire opponents.
Sir, Your report in the Peeblesshire News, July 25, refers to ’killer hornets’. These were almost certainly not hornets but were wood wasps.
7 Aug 2014 07:00
6 Aug 2014 08:00
Sir, I write this letter (my first to a newspaper) as a motorist, cyclist and walker.
4 Aug 2014 07:30
SIR, The charming tale and eloquent metaphor of the little island by our main Peebles bridge (Yoursay, July 25) evinced a happy innocence of togetherness as appropriately local as the fairy story beside it of the Cardrona deer.
10 Jul 2014 08:30
Sir, Through the courtesy of your paper I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the people of Peebles for helping me to enjoy an amazing Beltane Week.
A PEEBLESSHIRE painter’s show Shades of Spain and Tones of the River Tweed will be part of Edinburgh International Festival - the biggest arts festival in the world.
13 Aug 2014 07:30
12 Aug 2014 07:00
THE 12th Innerleithen Music Festival gets underway next weekend.
11 Aug 2014 07:00
LOCAL writer, one-time teacher of English and occasional musician Ian McFadyen will be joined by his daughter Mairi, Peebles folksinger Ron Murray and Robert Barr, a kenspeckle figure in both farming and theatrical circles, to present “The Greater Craftsman? An Evening with Burns, Scott and Tam Lin” at the Museum Room, Chambers Institute, Peebles.