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An illuminating success for Innerleithen firm as awards beckon

25 Nov 2014 09:00 • David Knox

IT started out in 1996 as a one-man business in Innerleithen.

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It was “outrageous” to remove traffic wardens, says councillor

25 Nov 2014 08:30

A LEADING councillor has blasted the decision to scrap traffic wardens earlier this year as Peebles continues to be dogged by parking problems.

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Bridge plan to be opposed

25 Nov 2014 08:00

COMMUNITY leaders have reaffirmed their opposition to the building of a second road bridge in Peebles.

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New chef boosts local restaurant

25 Nov 2014 07:30

A LEADING chef has joined the talented team at a Borders hotel and restaurant aiming to be one of the best in the country.

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Chemistry reaction as Peebles student receives top award

24 Nov 2014 09:00

THE mother of a high-achieving student this week paid tribute to her daughter’s former teacher and the support she was given at Peebles High School.

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Innerleithen »

Schools cup joy for St Ronan’s

FOOTBALLERS from St Ronan’s School in Innerleithen have out-played, defended and shot their way to the finals of the Scottish Schools Cup.

Innerleithen falls silent

Accidents on dangerous bends threaten walkers

Innerleithen sparkles

Police appeal following hit and run

Walkerburn »

Judo star Rae leads the way

TEENAGER Rae Anderson led the way as youngsters from the Borders shone in the Scottish Judo Championships.

Walkerburn salutes fallen

Never too old to learn in Walkerburn

Walkerburn ready for disaster

Walkerburn - a resilient community

West Linton »

Cash shortage may foil road improvements in West Linton

A LACK of cash may scupper hopes of an extension to a footpath to safeguard pedestrians on a rural road deemed “an accident waiting to happen”.

Scouting for thrills in West Linton

West Linton homes go on public show

West Linton actress hopes for fairytale ending

West Linton ready for switch on

Biggar »

Manchester United star scores at Cornets night

FORMER Manchester United goalkeeper Alex Stepney was one of the guests at the Cornets Speakers Night in the Municipal Hall at Biggar.

New homes to generate £25 million spin-offs

Biggar girl pretty in pink

Biggar P7s in action at Linlithgow

Team play makes for success

Sport »

Judo star Rae leads the way

25 Nov 2014 07:00

TEENAGER Rae Anderson led the way as youngsters from the Borders shone in the Scottish Judo Championships.

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Brash stays on top of the world

24 Nov 2014 07:00

PEEBLES showjumper Scott Brash has retained the Longines Global Champions Tour title.

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Peebles swimmers come away with clutch of medals

23 Nov 2014 07:00

YOUNG Peebles swimmers came away with a clutch of medals and speeding tickets after competing at the Hawick and Teviotdale Graded meet.

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Schools cup joy for St Ronan’s

22 Nov 2014 09:00

FOOTBALLERS from St Ronan’s School in Innerleithen have out-played, defended and shot their way to the finals of the Scottish Schools Cup.

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Opinion »

Recycling facilities are rubbish

23 Nov 2014 07:30

SIR, May I add to Nancy’s experience of Eshiels Recycling centre (Peeblesshire News, November 14).

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Borders is being sacrificed for renewable energy

22 Nov 2014 07:30

SIR, Keele University’s somewhat triumphalist claim that the removal of MOD’s seismic restrictions on windfarms will allow a further 1.6 GW of wind-power generation in the Borders concerns me.

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Council on gravy train

18 Nov 2014 15:30

SIR, Nobody will be surprised to learn that the garden refuse collections are not being reinstated by Scottish Borders Council.

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Chambers trustees resign

17 Nov 2014 15:30

SIR, I refer to the report in last week’s paper regarding the future of the Chambers Institution trust. I have been approached by a number of people, anxious to know what is behind this decision.

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Tuning up for Winter Arts Fair

23 Nov 2014 08:30

LOVERS of one-off original gifts are expected to zero in on Peeblesshire next month when the work of more than 30 artists will be shown in 12 galleries and workshops across town and beyond.

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Sun shines on Hill Walking Club

20 Nov 2014 15:30

TWENTY members of the Scottish Borders Hill Walking Club met at Hartwoodmyres Wood near Ashkirk for their latest walk.

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Serenata concert hits all the right notes

19 Nov 2014 15:30

TALENTED young performers Douglas Holligan and Maddy Kearns presented a brilliant programme of piano and song at the Serenata concert on Sunday.

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