Friday Dec 6
It's a novel approach
As Selkirk pays tribute to the Shirra at tomorrow's Scott's Selkirk, a plea has gone out for volunteers to showcase the writer's home.
Waste strategy proposals outlined
A A 750,000 community recycling centre for Kelso is among the proposals for a new waste strategy unveiled for the Scottish Borders.
Read all about it - Tom's Big Book Bash
Scottish Borders Council reader-in-residence Tom Murray hosted a Big Book Bash for families at Philiphaugh Community Centre Lounge yesterday morning.
Town marks link to great Scott
Forth to Selkirk do merry men go; The first Saturday of December, be it frost or snow; Festivities, mirth and follies aplenty; Fireworks and cheers; Selkirk's streets won't be empty.
SBC staff could handle police enquiries
Scottish Borders Council staff working in Coldstream, Selkirk, Lauder and Melrose contact centres may have to act as the first point of contact for residents trying to get police assistance.
Popular hospital bus to be added to the timetable
The Hawick/Selkirk/BGH service was launched in a small Scottish Borders Council-owned bus earlier this year to gauge whether such provision would be viable.
Council staff could deal with public for cops
Council staff working in Selkirk's contact centre may have to act as the first point of contact for residents trying to get police assistance.
Moore opens Oregon new factory
Selkirk, Scotland, UK. 15 Nov 2013 Local MP Opens Oregon s New Factory On 15 November 2013, Mr. Michael Moore, MP for Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk, declared Oregon Timber Frame s new 18, 000 square foot factory in Selkirk officially open.
More than 2,200 people apply for 10 trainee drivers jobs on new Borders railway
More than 2,200 people applied for just 10 trainee driver jobs on the new Borders railway, ScotRail has revealed.
Town turns out in force to honour those killed in war
History was made in Selkirk on Remembrance Sunday when, for the first time, a female veteran laid the Ex-Soldiers Association wreath.
Embezzler siphoned cash to mum-in-law
Copyright Pic: The Central Scotland News Agency/Mike Day File Name: TomLeighton_008.JPG THOMAS LEIGHTON 48, FORMER HEAD OF LEISURE SERVICES AT FALKIRK COUNCIL LEAVES FALKIRK SHERIFF COURT HAVING PLEADED GUILTY TO EMBEZZLING FUNDS FROM FALKIRK COUNCIL.
Borders Schools Choir's 'Children in Need' date
Berwickshire pupils are among the 130 P6-S6 from schools across the Borders chosen to perform live on the BBC as part of the broadcaster's Children in Need fundraising extravaganza.