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30 Nov 2012 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Agriculture MEP visits Borders Chamber

MORE notable figures in politics are set to lecture with the Borders Chamber of Commerce.

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29 Nov 2012 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Mundell urges participation in wind farm survey

TWEEDDALE MP David Mundell is urging constituents to take part in a planned wind farm survey.

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28 Nov 2012 09:30 • Graham Ford

New first responder teams for Peeblesshire to begin duties this December

NEW First Responder teams have been set up in two areas of Peeblesshire and will begin their duties on December 1.

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27 Nov 2012 09:30 • David Knox

Crack crime writer Ian Rankin donates mystery sum to Crook campaign

TOP crime writer Ian Rankin is the latest author to be connected with the historic Crook Inn.

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26 Nov 2012 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Local hero receives bravery award

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.

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23 Nov 2012 11:34 • Graham Ford

Scotland star visits Peebles school

PUPILS at Priorsford Primary School in Peebles were feeling just champion this week.


22 Nov 2012 09:30

Handouts to poor hit all time high

HANDOUTS for struggling families have reached an all time high in the Scottish Borders.

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21 Nov 2012 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

West Linton snapper records life in photos

A 34-YEAR-OLD woman from West Linton is proving to be an online hit after documenting her life in a new photo diary.


20 Nov 2012 09:30 • David Knox

SBC to investigate after third of CPOs breached

SCOTTISH Borders Council is to carry out an investigation after it emerged that almost a third of Community Payback Orders have been breached.

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19 Nov 2012 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Progress in new Peebles Scout Hall

CONTROVERSIAL plans to build a new Scout hall in Peebles have been on display.

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16 Nov 2012 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Farmer feared sheep stolen

A FEARFUL farmer thought his flock had been fliched - only to find them in a field after a day.

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15 Nov 2012 09:30 • Ally McGilvray

Plans announced to set up food bank in Peebles

AN EMERGENCY meeting has been arranged to ensure cash-strapped families in Peeblesshire don't go without food this Christmas.

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14 Nov 2012 09:30 • David Knox

Forth fling for Peebles Cornet

ADVENTUROUS Cameron Young threw himself off the Forth Rail Bridge two weeks ago.

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13 Nov 2012 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Walkerburn inventor takes world by storm

A PLUMBER who designed a device which stops water leaking from burst pipes is taking the world by storm with his new invention.

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12 Nov 2012 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Reverse gear for Harrison's

A BORDERS car dealership is putting all of its eggs in its Peebles basket.

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9 Nov 2012 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

West Linton war of words over

CAMPAIGNERS in West Linton have thanked Scottish Borders Council after the local authority cleaned up the village war memorial just days before Remembrance Sunday.

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8 Nov 2012 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

'It was pretty scary' - family recall moment their home went up in flames

A FAMILY have told of their dramatic escape as a horror inferno gutted their stately home near Clovenfords.

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7 Nov 2012 09:30

Borders Rail Project is no white elephant - says MSP

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.

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7 Nov 2012 00:01

Peeblesshire News unveils new look team

HIS first job included delivering the Border Telegraph and Peeblesshire News as a local schoolboy, juggling three paper rounds, 20 years ago.


6 Nov 2012 17:30 • Ally McGilvray

Council unveils plan to keep Borders moving

CASH-STRAPPED council chiefs have revealed fewer roads will be gritted in the Borders as a priority this winter.

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