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Fishing – Ronnie bags a beauty at welcoming Kailzie Trout fishery

The Moorfoot Hills looked majestic in the September sunshine, the green and brown tints on the slopes highlighted by the cloudless blue sky.The light also brought the fir trees clinging to the lower slopes...

Programme for Clark anniversary

Everyone is welcome to the Jim Clark 50th Anniversary Weekend which is free to the public and car clubs.The organisers thanked their event partners, Club Lotus, Live Borders, Chirnside Common Good Association and all...

Running – Borders night event postponed

The Mighty Deerstalker, the UK's biggest night trail/run, due to be staged at Innerleithen in the Borders on Saturday has been postponed.A spokesperson from the organisers, Rat Race Adventure Sports, said: "We had been...

Borders rail success story

The Borders Railway shows no sign of losing momentum as it continues to capture the world’s attention.VisitScotland’s international marketing campaign to promote the rail link has reached almost 35 million people in the last...

Fishing – top coach on duty at Peebles free day

Steve Culbert has been recruited to provide fly fishing coaching at the free family day hosted by Peeblesshire Trout Fishing Association on Saturday July 1.Peebles-based Steve will be known to many as the regular...

Cycling – Tesco Bank Tour O’ the Borders

Tesco Bank Tour O’ the Borders reaches riders milestoneToday (Wednesday 15th July) Tesco Bank Tour O’ the Borders announced 2,000 riders have now signed up to take part in the 2015 event, making...

Wednesday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

 Soutra: the 'once powerful' hospital in the Bannockburn years - a talk by archeo-ethno-pharmacologist Dr Brian Moffatt, Director of SHARP. Soutra was the site of the greatest medieval hospital north of York - archaeologists are now...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

MONDAY 17TH NOVEMBER 2014Delighters: Hula Hooping  - taster session. For ages 14+, beginners or beginners + - session will be tailored to the abilities of the participants. 6.30-7.30pm, Forest Centre +, 38 Castle Terrace....

Through Border Eyes: Sir Walter Scott and John Buchan

We all like to think we know about Sir Walter Scott; plenty of us have visited Abbotsford, his beloved Borders home - we may even have seen Ivanhoe (the film version, that is...), and...

Jim Clark Rally has been cancelled

As a result of an incident this afternoon, Police Scotland has advised that the Jim Clark Rally in the Scottish Borders has been cancelled with immediate effect while they investigate two road collisions.Emergency services...

The Great Tapestry of Scotland to have a permanent home

The Scottish Borders Council reached a momentous agreement today at a full meeting of Councillors held in Hawick. After a full year of careful consideration of proposals from across the country, a site in...

Rugby – Six Top Edinburgh Teams To Compete In Aberdeen Asset Management Melrose Sevens

 More than 12,000 rugby fanatics will travel from across the UK and beyond to watch rugby teams hailing from as far as France and the Caribbean compete in the tournament. Heriot’s RFC, Watsonians FC,...

Rugby – The Aberdeen Asset Management Melrose Sevens

What’s On - The Aberdeen Asset Management Melrose Sevens 12 April 2014 The World’s Oldest Rugby Sevens Tournament in the Home of Sevens - MelroseEvent:                   The Aberdeen Asset Management Melrose Sevens Date:                     Saturday 12th April...


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