Ryanair says flights in and out of the UK will run as planned next week, despite losing a High Court bid to block strikes by its UK pilots.Read the full story ›
The South of Scotland rugby team is one of the most iconic brands in world rugby. Back in the day it competed against the touring teams from South Africa, New Zealand and Australia, but times have changed. Does it still have a future?
Councillors voted in agreement with the fare rise after being told that refusing to do so could result in government intervention.Read the full story ›
For almost 200 years the Border Athletics Circuit has existed. We go behind the scenes at three of the many events this season at Peebles, Jedburgh and Innerleithen and speak with athletes and officials as well as George McNeill, the former world professional sprinter who ran many times on the circuit.
The fire subsequently spread to the premises next door, resulting in over £300,000 worth of damage.Read the full story ›
Alan Wilson pleaded guilty to nine offences and was sentenced to a 225 hours Community Payback Order at Jedburgh Sheriff Court.Read the full story ›
A report into planned transport projects shows that spending per person in the North West is almost half of that spent on those in London.Read the full story ›
Lori Carnochan reports on a fairytale homecoming for a champion pony. Sandy McCracken finds out about plans to save a church in Kelso.Read the full story ›
In this episode we speak to members of the Coltherd family from Selkirk, including trainer Stuart and jockey Sam, who are making big inroads in Horse Racing.
Funnel clouds and waterspouts photographed off the Cumbrian coast on Monday evening.Read the full story ›