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In just over five years, youth work in the Borders has been transformed almost beyond recognition, much of it due the efforts of Youth Borders.
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Noble Headwear, set up by renowned milliner Yvette Jelfs, is hoping to be operating in larger accommodation by the summer.
Borders MSP Christine Grahame was among the guests at the office of Victim Support Scottish Borders in Galashiels High Street at an open day to mark European Victims Week.
Having previously served as chair of Hawick's community council and three terms as the town's honorary provost, Zandra was first elected to the Hawick and Denholm ward in 2007.
The dinnerladies of Burgh Primary in Galashiels were stunned to receive the council's School Kitchen of the Year award last week.
A drunken man who left a 12-year-old girl in tears after demanding money from a shop assistant was this week jailed for a total of eight months.
Zoe from the Inspire Awards team popped in to see Wired to explain how to nominate a young person for an award.
A date has been set for a council by-election in the Borders following the death of a former Hawick provost.
Harvard's Hasty Pudding Institute will honor film producer David Heyman at the Order of the Golden Sphinx Gala on Monday, March 10 with performances by Hasty Pudding Theatricals and Harvard Krokodiloes, written and composed by Nell Benjamin and Larry O'Keefe David Heyman, Neil Patrick Harris, Nell Benjamin, Larry O'Keefe, Angela Bassett, Courtney ... (more)
The Co-op says it plans to continue its From Farm to Fork operation in the Borders.
Kath, who lives in Duns, but is originally from Hawick having grown up on Lairehope Farm, near Teviothead, told us: "It's an honour that all four dogs have qualified.
There could hardly be a better indication of the industry's importance to the UK, even as we recognise that without more research, training and innovation, our energy-rich future is not assured.
Ian Wilkie and his sons Craig, 21, and Elliot, 17, are heading to Edinburgh where they plan to run up and around the city's famous extinct volcano, Arthur's Seat.
From left to right, Christine Grahame MSP, Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Cameron Buttle, debate chairman, David Mundell MP, Michael Moore MP An independence debate held last week has been hailed a success after it helped make up the minds of many undecided voters.