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Antiques Roadshow films at Floor Castle

0 Have your say It’s time to dust off your treasures and get along to the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow when it visits Floors Castle in Kelso on Thursday, July 6. The doors open at 9.30am and close at 4.30pm. Entry to the show is free, everyone is welcome, and

today, 12:15 in Regional North East

Fish bar open again after fire

0 Have your say Reivers Fish Bar at Duns has risen from the ashes of a devastating fire last July and reopened this week just in time for the town’s summer festival. The past year has been a tough one for fish bar owners Andrew and Rhona Mitchell. Immedi

today, 12:08 in Regional North East

Graduating pays off: Scottish Government

0 Have your say Higher Education Minister Shirley-Anne Somerville has welcomed the publication of new statistics showing 91% of Scotland’s university graduates are going into positive destinations. Statistics released by the Higher Education Statistics A

today, 11:39 in Regional North East

Helicopter is called to Pease Bay rescue

0 Have your say Two UK Coastguard teams, Dunbar lifeboat and a coastguard search and rescue helicopter were called out after five people were cut off by the tide at Pease Bay yesterday, Wednesday, June 28. The alarm was raised just after 6pm after two ad

today, 11:27 in Regional North East

Party time for the SWI this weekend

0 Have your say Scotland’s biggest birthday party of the year is being thrown this weekend and has all the ingredients for success as Scottish Women’s Institutes marks 100 years of its organisation. Who better to throw the nation’s biggest birthday party

today, 10:51 in Regional North East

UK rail passengers suffer 54 million hours in wasted time a year

0 Have your say New research by rail union RMT has found that approximately fifty four million hours, the equivalent to 6154 years, of passengers time are wasted each year due to delays on the rail network caused by train operating company and infrastruc

today, 10:28 in Regional North East

Rock for BARK

0 Have your say A Mini Music Festival is to be held on Sunday, July 2, in aid of Berwick Animal Rescue Kennels. The event will take place at Castlehills Farm, Berwick, from 1pm to 6pm. Among the bands playing will be the popular acoustic duo Summerland,

today, 10:04 in Regional North East

One in six ‘rely on credit cards’ for financial survival

0 Have your say Nearly one in six adults rely on their plastic for financial survival as debt worries grow, new research1 from financial services insight specialist Consumer Intelligence shows. Its study found that 80% of the population has a credit card

today, 09:31 in Regional North East

Bringing the past to life

0 Have your say Local children are being offered the chance to bring the past to life thanks to an innovative project delivered by Live Borders Archives and Local History Service. Following on from the hugely popular animation workshop held at Hawick Lib

today, 09:27 in Regional North East

Reels and jigs galore

0 Have your say Enjoy an evening of traditional Scottish music at The Cross Keys Hotel, Kelso, on July 17. Fèis Rois, one of Scotland’s leading traditional arts organisations, present a live performance from some outstanding young musicians from across S

today, 09:20 in Regional North East

Hilarious comedy from Damp Knight

0 Have your say Join Damp Knight Improv in their latest comedy special, Alien Abducktion, at The Maltings, Berwick. In a ludicrous show that will have you rolling in the aisles with laughter at their signature brand of insane improvised comedy, the talen

today, 09:20 in Regional North East

Scocha rock Earlston

0 Have your say Scottish Folk ‘n Roll band Scocha are to give a concert for Earlston Civic Week on July 7. Based in Hawick the band have a dedicated base of fans who faithfully follow the band wherever they play. The name of the band is derived from the

today, 09:20 in Regional North East

Scots overwhelmingly support older people ‘hate crime’ law

0 Have your say People across Scotland are overwhelmingly in favour of tougher legal penalties for criminals who abuse older people, new research by Action on Elder Abuse shows. Almost 93% of respondents in Scotland said they would like to see elder abus

today, 08:11 in Regional North East

Final day at Duns Primary after almost 130 years of education

0 Have your say After seeing generations of local youngsters educated within its walls, Duns Primary School finally closes its doors to pupils this week. Primary and nursery school pupils will start the new term in August in the recently-converted former

today, 07:58 in Regional North East


0 Have your say Local lad Jack Hamilton has shown that hard work pays off as he put pen to paper with newly promoted SPFL Championship side Livingston. The young striker, from Coldingham, started playing with Eyemouth from under-7s to under-12s then move

today, 00:06 in Regional North East

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