A 51-year-old Peebles man has appeared in private at Selkirk Sheriff Court charged with attempted murder.
Colin Boyle is charged on petition with committing the offence at his home in Cuddyside at around 1.10pm yesterday.
A 34-year-old man is said to have sustained a serious wound that required treatment at Borders General Hospital.
Boyle made no plea and the case was continued for further examination. He was granted bail by Sheriff Peter Paterson.
Police Scotland have appealed for any witnesses who were in the Cuddyside area of Peebles at lunchtime on Monday to come forward.
A Selkirk accountant has admitted to being involved in a fraudulent scheme involving almost £50,000 at the town's sheriff court.
Forty two-year-old William Ian Main pleaded guilty to making fraudulent applications and claims to government agency Skills Development Scotland.
The total sum he obtained by fraud amounted to £47,215.
The offence was committed at his business premises of Stark Main & Co Ltd in Dunsdale Road, Selkirk, between March 2013 and April 2015.
Sentence was deferred on Main of Priory Park, Selkirk, until December 5 for the production of background reports.
A motorist from Jedburgh, Scotland, who was found to be more than five times the legal alcohol limit after being involved in an accident, has been banned from the road for two years at the town's Sheriff Court.
Thirty two year old Alistair McBain of High Street, recorded a breath reading of 115 microgrammes - the legal limit being 22 microgrammes. The court heard McBain struck a car which had been slowing down on the A68 at Ancrum at lunchtime on Friday, June 2.
Ambulance staff at the scene called the police and McBain gave what was described as a "very high level of reading." In addition to the 24 month ban, he was fined £200.
Police in the Scottish Borders have arrested and charged a 20-year-old man following a robbery near Selkirk.
The incident happened on the evening of Wednesday 18th March in the Yarrow Valley area when a man threatened an 80-year-old woman in her home.
He then stole a quantity of cash and other items and left in a stolen Ford Fusion.
He is due to appear at Selkirk Sheriff Court on Monday (March 23).
The final sitting of Peebles Sheriff Court will take place today.
The Court has been used for 150 years.
It's closure is part of cost cutting plans by the Scottish Government and cases will now be heard at Selkirk Sheriff Court.
Referring to Mr Turner's plan to sell the house, his lawyer told Selkirk Sheriff Court that it was "always doomed for failure".