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MORE notable figures in politics are set to lecture with the Borders Chamber of Commerce.
TWEEDDALE MP David Mundell is urging constituents to take part in a planned wind farm survey.
NEW First Responder teams have been set up in two areas of Peeblesshire and will begin their duties on December 1.
TOP crime writer Ian Rankin is the latest author to be connected with the historic Crook Inn.
A FAST-THINKING Cardrona resident who helped save the life of a one-year-old girl who had stopped breathing has been hailed a "hero" by the infant's family.
PUPILS at Priorsford Primary School in Peebles were feeling just champion this week.
HANDOUTS for struggling families have reached an all time high in the Scottish Borders.
A 34-YEAR-OLD woman from West Linton is proving to be an online hit after documenting her life in a new photo diary.
SCOTTISH Borders Council is to carry out an investigation after it emerged that almost a third of Community Payback Orders have been breached.
CONTROVERSIAL plans to build a new Scout hall in Peebles have been on display.
A FEARFUL farmer thought his flock had been fliched - only to find them in a field after a day.
AN EMERGENCY meeting has been arranged to ensure cash-strapped families in Peeblesshire don't go without food this Christmas.
ADVENTUROUS Cameron Young threw himself off the Forth Rail Bridge two weeks ago.
A PLUMBER who designed a device which stops water leaking from burst pipes is taking the world by storm with his new invention.
A BORDERS car dealership is putting all of its eggs in its Peebles basket.
CAMPAIGNERS in West Linton have thanked Scottish Borders Council after the local authority cleaned up the village war memorial just days before Remembrance Sunday.
A FAMILY have told of their dramatic escape as a horror inferno gutted their stately home near Clovenfords.
CONFIRMATION that construction of the long-awaited Borders Railway will start early next year has been hailed as brilliant news for the future prosperity of the region by Midlothian South, Tweeddale and Lauderdale MSP Christine Grahame.
HIS first job included delivering the Border Telegraph and Peeblesshire News as a local schoolboy, juggling three paper rounds, 20 years ago.
CASH-STRAPPED council chiefs have revealed fewer roads will be gritted in the Borders as a priority this winter.
INNERLEITHEN had its biggest ever bonfire on Monday night.
A GARDENER from Peebles has made a call to the public to keep their eyes peeled for his stolen acer tree.
PEOPLE across the area are being advised to plan ahead and get ready for winter.
BIGGAR primary school kids are spearheading a campaign to improve education at their parnter school in Tanzania.