18 Oct 2014 12:30

Scottish Borders Youth Voice captures democracy

A PHOTOGRAPHIC exhibition illustrating what democracy and the Commonwealth signifies for young people in the Borders is starting a regional tour.

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13 Oct 2014 16:30

New book puts Peebles in the frame

A PHOTOGRAPHIC record of the living history of Peebles High Street over the past 140 years has been captured in a new book.

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6 Oct 2014 16:30

Award winning photographer inspires

A BORDERS snapper at the top of his trade talked at Peebles Camera Club on Wednesday evening.

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4 Oct 2014 16:00

Stobo has Nomad Beat treat

STOBO Kirk reverberated with music last Saturday with a performance by Nomad Beat, the community music school located in Peebles.

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3 Oct 2014 16:00

History book reveals village pasts

‘OLD BROUGHTON, Drumelzier, Manor, Stobo and Tweedsmuir.’ is the title of a new Peeblesshire history book.

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28 Sep 2014 16:00

Biggar Accordion and Fiddle Club

BIGGAR Accordion and Fiddle Club opened the season in the Biggar Bowling Club to the sound of local bandleader Andrew Gibb and his band.

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15 Sep 2014 16:00

Streetcar Named Desire roars into Peebles Eastgate

A SHATTERINGLY emotive production and the fastest-selling in the Young Vic’s history; Tennessee Williams’ timeless masterpiece A Streetcar Named Desire is the first of this season’s National Theatre Live productions, to be shown at the Eastgate Theatre in Peebles.

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13 Sep 2014 16:30

Biggar folk club coup

CLYDESDALE Folk Club have pulled off a great coup in landing the legendary 70s folk-rock group the JSD Band for their concert at this year’s Biggar Little Festival.

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12 Sep 2014 16:00

Peebles Arts Festival photo competition winners

PEEBLES Arts Festival may be over for another year but it is continuing to create headlines this week.

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10 Sep 2014 13:30

Innerleithen band re-elect chairman

DAVID Lindsay was re-elected as the chairman of St Ronan’s Silver Band at the recent annual general meeting.

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7 Sep 2014 08:45

Does Peebles still need an Arts Festival?

DOES Peebles still need an Arts Festival?

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30 Jun 2014 08:45

Borders musicians in Phantasialand

THE Scottish Borders Wind Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra and Guitar Ensemble have recently returned from a highly successful concert tour of Germany.


24 Jun 2014 07:30

Music for a summer evening

Following the success of their recent 20th anniversary celebration, Eddleston Junior Choir were the opening act in Music for a Summer Evening in Eddleston Parish Church.

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17 Feb 2014 12:30

Eddleston Voices take centre stage

WHEN local choir Eddleston Voices were invited to sing with flamenco guitar great Eduardo Niebla they jumped at the chance.

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7 Feb 2014 09:30


TWEEDGREEN is a community organisation of local people working towards a self-sustaining Tweeddale by promoting local food and sustainable transport, encouraging local energy generation, and reducing energy use and waste.

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16 Jan 2014 09:30

Two Moronnies make a comeback in Carlops

A FEW years ago, cabaret was pretty much a dying art but recently it’s been making a comeback as audiences discover once again the joys of live entertainment.

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23 Dec 2013 10:30

Emotional, full and just amazing

WHAT a delight it was to see, once again, a packed house for the InChorus Christmas Concert.

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20 Dec 2013 11:30

Tweed Valley Wildlife Diary

AS we are now approaching the end of the year (and the start of the Christmas holidays thank goodness) I thought I would take the opportunity just to sum up our year at Kailzie and all the events and happenings from the KLAWED Project.

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14 Nov 2013 07:30

View from the valley

RECENTLY I was fortunate to have the honour of joining the children and staff of West Linton School as they marched behind the West Linton Pipe Band with a great turnout of local people, to their wonderful new school. These are the wee jobs I get which compensate for some of the more difficult aspects of my job in council.

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13 Nov 2013 07:30

Tweed Valley Wildlife Diary

MY boyfriend and I had a bit of a heated argument this week. Not over the remote control, whose turn it was to cook or even who was due to take the bins out. No, this argument was over where we had seen a fantastic starling murmuration last year.

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