The Northumberland Clinical Commissioning Group have selected option 2 for re-introducing midwifery services at Berwick Infirmary
The new arrival could be the first osprey hatch of the season in Scotland
Further work to regenerate Kelso town centre is to be carried out by Scottish Borders Council.
Remains have been confirmed to belong to a Gordon man who went missing 14 years ago
Textile industry workers are celebrating after more than 30 locals completed a MA Level 2 in Textile Manufacturing
An amber weather warning is in place for the region - with 30mm of rain expected to fall in just one hour
The Duke of Gloucester has officially opened the region's first dedicated palliative care unit at Borders General Hospital
Youth involvement is the "missing piece in the planning jigsaw" across the Borders
The first meeting will take place 28th May after all 12 places were filled in a recent election
Allied Healthcare in Hawick is the latest care service in the region to receive damning inspection report.
Borders College students have been cooking for renowned chef Albert Roux OBE to try and win a 6 month placement and a £6000 bursa…
Locals are being asked to come up with ideas to help boost tourism and recreation at Glentress Forest
HGS has signed a new service contract just days after losing high profile client Manpower Group
The Manpower Group is moving it's out-of-hours services to Newcastle. Local staff are being offered a transfer
Multiple sclerosis patients are being given free access to vibration therapy for the next three years in a deal with BSLT
A 22 year old Adam Hepburn passed away in the early hours of the morning at Borders General Hospital
Police are appealing for information following the theft on the outskirts of Hawick.
The Eildon Area Forum will discuss a new route for pedestrians in advance of the Borders Railway opening
The Scottish Government have approved plans for a new ambulance station near Melrose which were originally refused by Scottish Bor…
Reid and Taylor has appointed O'Hara & Co after being unable to finance operations - more than 30 jobs are though to be at risk
The Chancellor spells out what he believes would be the dangers for Scotland's currency under independence.
People have less than 2 weeks to have their say on proposals for more regional programming on ITV Border
A lecture room at Sir Walter Scott's former home is to be named after a young Selkirk woman who died of cancer.
Police are attempting to identify remains found in Folly Woods on Sunday
A Melrose man who gambled away nearly £10,000 of takings from Aldi has avoided prison
Richard Easton's death is not being treated as suspicious
'Ab Fab' Actress Joanna Lumley is among the line-up for the 10th Borders Book Festival
A new study is being launched to combat Blue-Ear Pig Disease
Lesley Mania says she's hoping her son could be out of hospital this evening after his fall at Hexham yesterday