People interested in fostering young people in the Scottish Borders are being urged to come forward.Read the full story ›
John Lamont, MSP for Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire, has announced his resignation to concentrate on his General Election campaign.Read the full story ›
A group of young musicians from the Scottish Borders will represent the region in a European competition this weekend.
The Scottish Borders Youth Brass Band have made it through to the European Brass Band Championships in Belgium.
It's the first time they'll perform to a large audience and a civic reception has been held to give them a proper send off.
The union which represents lecturing staff in colleges in Scotland, says it intends to call it's members out on strike at Borders College.
The strike will take place on Thursday, in a continuing dispute over pay and conditions.
The college says it will remain open during the strike and a significant number of classes will run as normal.
Heavy showers will pop up late-morning and during the afternoon, bringing hail to many, and snow over the hills.
A bitter north wind will make it feel cold everywhere.
Maximum temperature 10 °C.
Councillors are being advised to approve plans for a £5.5-million waste transfer station in the Borders.
Scottish Borders Council decided in August 2015 to close a landfill site in the area when it reaches capacity in 2018.
The new facility would be built at Easter Langlee near Galashiels.
Cold winds bring a taste of winter.Read the full story ›
Researchers are tracing the relatives of the widows and mothers of soldiers killed in World War One, who wrote letters to 'agony aunt'.Read the full story ›