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Bridge to stay closed for extra three weeks
Teri four looking for Selkirk silverware
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Banks Renewables, the Hamilton based firm responsible for developing Birneyknowe Wind Farm, will be holding a series of exhibitions for local residents and businesses, aimed at generating feedback and design proposals for the new wind farm site.
THERE were 546 reported incidents to police throughout May.2 comments
TERI RAF firefighter Neil Craggs has used pedal power to raise vital funds for charity.
JUST two weeks after stressing the Martin’s Bridge works would be completed on schedule, Scottish Borders Council has revealed that the programme has been extended by three weeks.
THE forthcoming vacancy for head at Hawick High School is to be readvertised.3 comments
Cornet Chris Ritson leads an impressive cavalcade along the High Street, with the Drums and Fifes providing traditional accompaniment.
SCOTT Johnson set himself a number of clear targets for the summer tour to South Africa and as well as testing out the strength in depth was a desire to instil new belief in Scottish rugby.4 comments
A LARGE contingent of local athletes are set to get down on their marks for this afternoon’s Selkirk Games, writes John Slorance.
SCOTT Johnson has dismissed suggestions that his Scotland squad were soft against Samoa and suffered the consequences both in a first Test defeat to the South Sea Islanders and a squad floored by injury.1 comment
THE changing face of South African rugby could not feature a more engaging and quietly ambitious individual than Heyneke Meyer. And the fulfilment this week of a childhood dream will mark another milestone for the Springboks coach.
TERI flier Stuart Easton (pictured) is helping to honour Hawick superbike sensation Steve Hislop this weekend at Knockhill.
A HAWICK hotel has scooped an internet travel award following numerous glowing recomendations from guests.
Rum & Milk was awarded first prize in this year’s Callants Club window display competition.
ALL roads lead to Denholm green this weekend for the 52nd annual Jimmie Guthrie Memorial Run.
Monday, May 13; 1, P. Gilligan and M. Millar; 2, V. Johnstone and M. Miller; 3, R. Oates and S. West; 4, J. Henderson and R. Morrozo.
Eight ramblers set off from Newmill on a beautiful sunny day for a good Sunday walk. They traversed over the Vales, passed Branxholme Loch, then on to an old Roman settlement.
Team members from Baguette N Go on the High Street will be swapping sandwiches for vertical adventure and taking on the Three Peaks Challenge this June 12.
I REALLY think that the vast majority of your readers would have read the recent comment by Frank Scott about dropping an unexploded wartime bomb in Galashiels and taken it as it was meant – tongue-in-cheek.
A NEWLY-LAUNCHED safety and security initiative is being rolled out in Hawick on Thursday.
SKY television is a luxury I can’t afford, me being a struggling writer and all! But, to be honest, I don’t watch enough TV to justify a hefty monthly bill. However, that said, the Doomsday Prepper’s programme which is being aired on National Geographic is one reality show I’d love to watch.
HAVING just returned to Hawick for the Common-Riding after 19 years, I can honestly say that my family and I will be returning more often to the grey auld toon.
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I FELT extremely privileged on Wednesday of Common-Riding week to be a guest at Mansfield Nursery’s Common-Riding celebrations.
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Weather for Hawick
Tuesday 18 June 2013
Temperature: 10 C to 20 C
Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: South east
Temperature: 9 C to 20 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: West