Thursday Nov 28
Ribbon cut on Lauder's new health centre
The community's involvement in a new health centre has been praised by the Lord Lieutenant of Roxburgh, Ettrick and Lauderdale.
SBC staff could handle police enquiries
Scottish Borders Council staff working in Coldstream, Selkirk, Lauder and Melrose contact centres may have to act as the first point of contact for residents trying to get police assistance.
New health centre officially opens
An official opening ceremony is to be held at a new A 1.8m health centre in the Scottish Borders.
Council may start crime desk scheme
The local authority is considering the move if Police Scotland presses ahead with plans to close front desks at 65 police offices across the country.
Financial adviser faces jail
The 43-year-old first offender was acting for a husband and wife when she repeatedly pretended to Friends Provident they had signed documents authorising the withdrawal of sums from their investment fund, which were then paid into her own account.
Town turns out in force to honour those killed in war
History was made in Selkirk on Remembrance Sunday when, for the first time, a female veteran laid the Ex-Soldiers Association wreath.
Lottery cash on lunch clubs menu
A Borders charity is setting up lunch clubs for elderly people throughout the Borders, thanks to a 20,344 boost from the Big Lottery Fund.
Pony owner warns others about sycamores in autumn
A rare disease caused by sycamore seeds claimed the life a much-loved first pony near Lauder late last month.