News

News

Here’s your Langholm Common Riding timetable

News

Start your wild adventure by sleeping out under the stars

News

Female engineers continue to face discrimination in the workplace

News
Tthe Drinking Water Quality Regulator for Scotland confirms that 99.91 per cent of samples pass stringent water quality tests, but has highlighted that where failures do occur, many are a result of the hygienic condition of kitchen taps.

Scottish homeowners should take no chances with household plumbing

News

Law leads to drop in drivers using phones

Crime

Bursaries for new graduate medical course

Health

Imps, animals and plenty of fun heading Kelso’s way

News

Masquerade reigns supreme at village show

News

Brits waste £2bn a year ‘getting rid’ of currency on last day of holiday

News 1
Call for more action to tackle air pollution, despite Government ban on the sale of diesel and petrol cars.

More action needed on air pollution

Transport

More action needed on air pollution

Transport
At 90 per cent, Scotrails passenger satisfaction is back to its normal high levels, according to a new poll.

Rail passengers give Scotrail the thumbs up

Transport
From left: John Fairweather, regional resilience advisor, Karen Macaulay, national emergency preparedness communications and liaison manager (both Scottish Ambulance Service), Mark Ilderton, head of ScotRail Alliance Integrated Control.

Early interventions help unwell customers and cut delays

Transport
From left, Border Buses supervisor Tony McConnell with operations managers Lee Young and Claire Lark.

End of road for Perryman’s name as bus firm merges Borders subsidiaries

News 1
A sign warning of a road closure on the A6088 near Hawick.

Stretch of A6088 near Hawick to be closed for three weeks

News 1

Law leads to drop in drivers using phones

Crime
New research has revealed that marital status and age are key in how older people respond to scams.

Scammers target more than 400,000 older people in Scotland

Crime
Philip Murray at home near Hawick with a book about local poet Will Henry Ogilvie.

Last-ditch bid launched to get back sculpture stolen from hill near Hawick

News
Mitsuibushi L200 car

Thieves target multiple Peebles homes overnight

News

Helpline to open again next month for pupils waiting on exam results

Education
Dr Natalie Coull with the training tool

Cybercrime game helps train 100 officers

Crime
Children at Hawick's Saturday Polish school.

Immigrant community far from Poles apart

News
Janice Chapman, the headteacher of Burnfoot Community School is retiring.

Headteacher bidding fond farewell to Hawick school

News

Imps, animals and plenty of fun heading Kelso’s way

News
Supreme Champion Clive Storey on Masquerade, Judges Mr and Mrs Allan Murray, reserve Champion Martha McCowans Welsh Mare ridden by her daughter Jessica.

Masquerade reigns supreme at village show

News
Call for more action to tackle air pollution, despite Government ban on the sale of diesel and petrol cars.

More action needed on air pollution

Transport
At 90 per cent, Scotrails passenger satisfaction is back to its normal high levels, according to a new poll.

Rail passengers give Scotrail the thumbs up

Transport

Councillors hit out after further hold-up hits opening of Hawick cafe

News 1
Scottish Borders Council leader Shona Haslam, front left, and Borders MP David Mundell, three places to her right, at the signing of the deal.

£1.1bn city deal expected to help create jobs and homes in Borders

News 1
The Bourtree in Hawick.

Police concerned about Hawick pub’s bid to let teenagers in on their own

News
John Lamont (Scottish Conservative)
Duns election hustings.

Lamont pushes for Polish people’s rights

News
The Easter Langlee landfill site near Galashiels.

Watchdog defends £2.4m Galashiels tip deal write-off

News
The latest national survey of Scotlands population of capercaillie, the worlds largest grouse, estimates there to be only 1114 individuals - making it one of the countrys most endangered birds. Pic credit: Dave Braddock (rspb-images.com).

National survey results fuel plans to help one of Scotland’s most iconic birds

Environment
Campaigners are calling for cameras in slaughterhouses to be required by law.

Petition calls for compulsory CCTV in slaughterhouses

Environment
The Bee Orchid which has just been found for the first time in Berwickshire.

Bee Orchids are discovered for the first time growing in Berwickshire

News 2

Bursaries for new graduate medical course

Health
Some of the products recalled by MacSween of Edinburgh. Picture: Phil Wilkinson/TSPL

MacSween recalls haggis products over ‘botulism fears’

Health
Mark Baxter is pictured with some of his friends and family handing over the cheque to the Margaret Kerr Unit.

Mark’s marathon effort for Margaret Kerr Unit

Health

Three coffees a day is the secret to a longer life

Health

Supermarket recalls sandwich fillers in food bug scare

Health