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'Significant rise' in Borders quad thefts, police say

'Significant rise' in Borders quad thefts, police say

The latest theft took place on a West Linton farm over the Easter weekend.

CBI Boss Defends Referendum Registration

CBI Boss Defends Referendum Registration

Director General replies after Government agencies quit business group

Scottish Firms Finding It Harder To Recruit

Scottish Firms Finding It Harder To Recruit

More Scots are getting permanent jobs

Selkirk family of man who died abroad demands answers

Selkirk family of man who died abroad demands answers

Andrew Sheppard died nearly four years ago but body had organs missing

Borders secures over £900,000 to improve community spaces

Borders secures over £900,000 to improve community spaces

Fountainhall Village Hall and Selkirk play park are among those benefiting

Walter Scott Prize 2014 shortlist revealed

Walter Scott Prize 2014 shortlist revealed

Six books have been shortlisted by judges, who say the decision was their toughest yet.

Galashiels playgroup makes charity history

Galashiels playgroup makes charity history

Bright Stars Under Five has become the 1000th member of a new charity status in Scotland.

Independent MSP Margo MacDonald Dies

Independent MSP Margo MacDonald Dies

her husband has announced the 70 year old passed away peacefully this afternoon surrounded by family

10 bottles of straight morphine stolen from Hawick care centre

10 bottles of straight morphine stolen from Hawick care centre

Police have issued a safety warning, as even a small dose of the drug in it's current form could prove to be lethal.

£25m funding boost for Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme

£25m funding boost for Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme

SBC bosses say the Scottish Government funding means they can give the final go-ahead to protect 595 properties

Third quad bike stolen from a Borders farm in a fortnight

Third quad bike stolen from a Borders farm in a fortnight

Police say the bike worth around £7,000 was taken form a shed on a West Linton farm on Tuesday morning

Borders misses out on 2014 Tour of Britain

Borders misses out on 2014 Tour of Britain

No Scottish stage for this years event, but organisers say they'll return north of the border for 2015

Police say Kelso High School suspicous call a 'hoax'

Police say Kelso High School suspicous call a 'hoax'

700 pupils were evacuated on Monday afternoon after a threatening phone call was made to the school

Edinburgh pupil crushed to death as wall collapses at school

Edinburgh pupil crushed to death as wall collapses at school

An internal wall collapses at Liberton High School killing a female pupil.

Battle of Hornshole revealed to have taken place in 1513

Battle of Hornshole revealed to have taken place in 1513

A local historian has made a shocking discovery, that Hawick locals have missed the 500th anniversary of the skirmish

Blackcircles.com reports surge in revenue and profits

Blackcircles.com reports surge in revenue and profits

A local online tyre firm say saw sales grew by 20% to £27.8m last year

SBC approve asymmetric school week

SBC approve asymmetric school week

Scottish Borders Council has agreed to move to a four and half day school week from August, despite concerns from locals.

Four Peter Hoggs buses vandalised

Four Peter Hoggs buses vandalised

Jedburgh children struggled to get to school today, after four vehicles were damaged by what's believed to be a serial vandal

Borders to lose three RBS branches

Borders to lose three RBS branches

Branches in Chirnside and Greenlaw will close mid-June, followed by Newtown St.Boswells a week later

Big changes for Jim Clark Rally

Big changes for Jim Clark Rally

The event is to shift is Kelso base from Kelso Racecourse to the opposite side of town at Springwood Park

The Haining shortlisted for prestigous architectural award

The Haining shortlisted for prestigous architectural award

Members of The Haining Charitable Trust have been commended for finding 'appropriate and sustainable uses' for the late 18th centu…

Cattle scab reported in the Borders

Cattle scab reported in the Borders

A case of psoroptic mange has been discovered by vets in St.Boswells. It's the first case in Scotland since the early 1980s.

Super-fast broadband arrives in Kelso

Super-fast broadband arrives in Kelso

500 homes are now connected in the Borders town, with thousands more expected to have access in the coming weeks

Chirnside Primary unveil Commonwealth Tapestry patch

Chirnside Primary unveil Commonwealth Tapestry patch

The Berwickshire pupils are the only ones in the Borders to be chosen to take part in the Scotland-wide art project

Dramatic drop in cardiac arrests calls at BGH

Dramatic drop in cardiac arrests calls at BGH

New figures show cardiac arrests at Borders General Hospital have dropped from 465 in 2000 to 48 in 2013

Man charged following Mercat Cross collision

Man charged following Mercat Cross collision

Plinth stones on the Mercat Cross in Galashiels were struck during a collision last week

£320,000 loss for SBC from Icelandic bank debt

£320,000 loss for SBC from Icelandic bank debt

Scottish Borders Council has managed to re-coup over 90% of the £5 million pounds originally invested in two Icelandic banks befo…

Heatherslaw Bakery closes, bosses blame recession

Heatherslaw Bakery closes, bosses blame recession

A 22 year old Berwick bakery has gone into administration, with the loss of 23 jobs

Police appeal following high value farm theft

Police appeal following high value farm theft

£3,000 worth of equipment was stolen from a Coldingham farm over the weekend.

What do you think of maternity services in Berwick?

What do you think of maternity services in Berwick?

Local mothers are being asked to give their feedback on how maternity services are running since the unit re-opened

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