Border General Hospital phone lines restored
THE problem with the Borders General Hospital telephone lines has now been resolved and all lines are working normally.
Borders General Hospital phone line disruption update: 2pm
THERE is a telephone fault at the Borders General Hospital and work is continuing to resolve the issue.
Borders General Hospital telephone line disruption
THERE is a telephone fault at the Borders General Hospital and work is ongoing to try and resolve the issue.
Sun shines on Eddleston Voices
WHAT a wonderful night was had by all at the Music for a Summer Evening held in Eddleston Parish Church last Friday.
Rugby just gets Biggar and better
LOCAL sports development moved forward last week with the award of an £8,500 grant from sportscotland's sportsmatch scheme to Biggar Rugby Football Club's Rugby Development Programme.
Council reveal cost of winter as Service Plan review is launched
COUNTING the cost of winter will occupy roads bosses at Scottish Borders Council over the summer.
Tweeddale MP Mundell backs Carers' plan
TWEEDDALE MP David Mundell has welcomed the commitment from Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson to introduce a 'National Carers' Break Guarantee'.
Love in the air as bike festival picks up national award
TWEEDLOVE Bike Festival has won a prestigious Scottish Thistle Award.
Beating off stiff competition from The Tour of Britain cycling event, the Borders based event has won the Best Sporting Event Award at a glittering awards ceremony held at The Hub in Edinburgh.
Passport to fun at Eddleston
Eddleston is a community with a big heart. For many years community events, clubs and classes have been supported by children in the Eddleston district and now their commitment is to be rewarded through the Eddleston Community Passport.
Traquair House to feature in new TV series
FOUR Scottish houses selected by Historic Scotland - including Traquair House in the Borders - are to feature in the ITV series Britain's Secret Homes.
St Ronan's Country Dancing Club
ST RONAN'S Scottish Country Dance Club Innerleithen, had another busy and exciting year, reviving old dances, learning new dances and improving our technique while welcoming new members.
Peebles mill gives Prince Charles and Camilla a Royal welcome
PRINCE Charles and Camilla enjoyed a textile tour of the Borders last week, as the region's most famous industry put on a regal show.
Heartfelt thanks from Tweedlove
Sir, I am writing to say a heartfelt thanks to all the people who made TweedLove 2013 such a resounding success.
Work kicks-off on Peebles 3G pitch and sports hall
A SOD-CUTTING ceremony marked the start of works on the new state-of-the-art sports hall at Peebles High School this week.
Peebles Court is condemned as new centre gets backing
ATTEMPTS to save Peebles court have failed this week.
And we can reveal that plans for the creation of a single Borders justice centre 18 miles away in Galashiels took a step closer.
Step in the right direction for new fund raising group
A NEW fundraising group in Peebles has hit the ground, walking.
Over 50 people took part in the first Midnight Meander which raised over £3500 for Marie Curie, the group has a simple philosophy, money raised in Peebles should remain in Peeblesshire.
Broughton pupils are good sports
CHILDREN and adults turned out in force last week to support the Broughton Primary school sports day last week.
Priorsford put up a good 'fecht'
'FECHT weel' is the motto of Peebles' Priorsford Primary School, and that's exactly what the team of four P7 pupils did last Saturday afternoon, in the final of the Rotary District 1020, Primary School Quiz.