Resurfacing improvements mean a Galashiels road will be closed next month.Read the full story ›
110 new, used and vintage leather jackets were stolen from a clothing factory in the Borders on Monday, 10 July
The jackets, valued at around £100,000 were taken from Aero Leather Clothing on Huddersfield Street in Galashiels around 2am.
The theft marks the second high-scale theft the factory has experienced in the last five years.
Obviously we're shell shocked by the whole thing. And we've just got over a similar high scale theft in the factory, which was an internal job five years ago. It took us four years to get over that, with the police investigation and court procedures. If anyone's got information, even if they think it's trivial, or if they come across leather jackets they should contact the police."
Around half of the jackets which were stolen were ready to be shipped globally to customers.
Anyone with more information is urged to call Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident number 0722.
Thousands lined the streets of Galashiels for the annual Braw Lads Gathering. The event began in 1930 to celebrate key moments in the town's history. It's one of a string of Borders towns to celebrate over the Common Ridings season. David Houston, the Chairman of the Braw Lads Executive Council spoke to Hannah McNulty:
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A barber from the Scottish Borders has been crowned champion of a national competition to find Britain's best wet shaving barber.
Rachel Casson, from Galashiels, beat off competition from ten other barbers at the regional final.
She works at the Italian Job barber shop in the town.
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Travelodge has announced it's planning to build a new hotel in Galashiels, which would be the town's first branded hotel.
The company is looking at 21 sites across Scotland.
If it was to build hotels in all of these locations, this would represent a £100 million investment, and could create 400 new jobs across the country.
A man and woman have been arrested and charged, after a man was found with serious head and torso injuries, in a flat in the town.Read the full story ›
CCTV footage shops the moment a shop owner from Hawick managed to disarm a would-be robber wielding a golf club and knife.Read the full story ›