A local MSP has hit out at proposals to axe a number of bus routes in the Scottish Borders.
John Lamont, MSP for Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire, says he has requested a meeting with First Group, which is considering the cuts.
John Lamont, MSP for Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire, has said he's working as hard as he can to secure jobs, following the decision to place Hawick Knitwear into administration:
Conservative MSP John Lamont has welcomed the first Tory-only Budget for nearly 20 years.
He says it'll "reward hard working families in the Borders", and stabilise the UK economy:
And the MSP for Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire has also taken the opportunity to attack the SNP-dominated Scottish government:
The Police are to restrict the use of stop and searches on children. After sustained political pressure, Police Scotland has agreed to change the controversial practice. Joe Pike has more:
The row over Alex Salmond's spin doctor, and the online abuse faced yesterday by Harry Potter author JK Rowling after she backed Better Together, raises new questions about the way the referendum debate is being conducted on social media. Joe Pike investigates the cyber campaign.
The Scottish Border Council say it could take up to three months to put up signs that will stop people parking on zig-zag lines at schools.
The council were subject to fierce criticism after it was discovered that the road markings were not covered by a traffic order, meaning police could not take action.
In some cases lines had been painted years ago without them being covered by a Traffic Regulation Order.
The council have now announced that the paperwork for the Traffic Regulation Order's needed to cover these lines was completed on Monday 17 February, but can't be enforced until the signs can be put up. Something which could take up to 12 weeks.
A Borders MSP has been voted in as the next Conservative Candidate for Westminster in a groundbreaking election process.
The US-style open primary saw hundreds of people attend a packed out Kelso Tait Hall last night to vote.
They chose current Member of the Scottish Parliament John Lamont to contest the Westminster seat for the region next year. Jenny Longden reports.
A US-style open primary election to find a Conservative candidate for the next General Election has been hailed a huge success.
More than 300 people attend the question and answer session at the Kelso Tait Hall on Sunday, 16 February.
Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire MSP John Lamont was chosen to stand against current MP Michael Moore at the Westminster elections next year.
It was a choice between Mr Lamont and the leader of the Conservative party group at Scottish Borders Council, Councillor Michelle Ballantyne.
A Borders MSP has been chosen by the public to stand as the conservative candidate for Westminster next year, in a groundbreaking election process.
More than 300 people voted in the US-style open primary in Kelso last night.
MSP John Lamont was voted in as the preferred candidate for the next general election.
It's the first time a selection contest of this type has been held in Scotland, and it could be rolled out across the country.