Forty-five-year-old Robert Cantle was last seen around the town centre at 2.45am this morning.Read the full story ›
Emma Jesson brings you Saturday night's forecastRead the full story ›
The sun made an appearance today on the biggest day of Kelso civic week as 256 horses followed the town's laddie on the Yetholm ride out.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses after several of high value bicycles were stolen in Peebles.
Two houses were broken into sometime overnight between Wednesday, July 20th, and Thursday, July 21st, at neighbouring addresses in St Andrews Road.
Two bikes, a Specialized Camber Comp Carbon and a Carrera Valour, worth in total around £4000 were taken in one incident.
Meanwhile, a nearby shed was broken into resulting in the theft of five more bikes worth a total of around £3000.
- - A black and grey Genesis Core
- - A black Specialized Langster
- - An unmarked carbon fibre racing bike
- - A black bicycle with Claude Butler and Teviot Cycle stickers displayed
- - A Gary Fisher mountain bike with yellow writing on the frame
"We're very keen to trace whoever is responsible for these thefts and reunite the owners with their property.
"I want to hear from anyone who knows anything about these break-ins or who has been approached to buy a second-hand bike in the area in recent days.
In today's Daily Dose - people campaign against proposals for a 'household waste to energy' plant in Carlisle, a man from Stranraer will attempt to break a world record in his mobility scooter and we meet the 'loneliest dog in Cumbria':
A family in Jedburgh are having a trim to raise money for the Little Princess Trust, and will be holding a community event in August.Read the full story ›
Entrepreneur Iver Salvesen was helping to construct homes for orphaned children in the Moshi district of the African country.Read the full story ›
An elderly lady with dementia from Eyemouth who went missing in the early hours of this morning, was found walking on the East-coast line.Read the full story ›
A charity founded in memory of a mother-of-two who died following a cardiac arrest at the age of 35 is planning to install defibrillators at schools across the Scottish Borders.
In the three years since Avril Brown passed away, the charity Avril's Trust has raised more than £30,000 for lifesaving equipment at the Borders General Hospital.
Now, the Trust are planning to hold a Fun Run in Hawick on 18 September.
They hope to use the money raised to pay for defibrillators at schools throughout the Borders.
Police have been called to a two car collision at the roundabout near to the Borders General Hospital on the Melrose bypass.
Fire service, police and an ambulance were called at around 7:15am.
Two cars were involved: a Citroen Xsara and a Skoda Citigo.
There is slow moving traffic on the bypass as a result.