Some of the first people to use the new Borders Railway will be met off the trains by official "ambassadors".
A man and a woman steal money and a bank card after forcing their way into a Galashiels home
The Office of National Statistics is to look at whether the new Dumfries and Galloway Infirmary needs to reclassified as public sector project.
Dumfriesshire MSP Elaine Murray urges her constituents to share their experiences of Police Scotland's call centres.
Thousands of people are expected to watch a boat race along the River Nith in Dumfries and Galloway this weekend
A lifeboat station in the Scottish Borders will close in September, the RNLI confirms.
A baker from the Borders is cleared of raping a sleeping woman in her own home, after a High Court trial.
The Royal Bank of Scotland will close two branches of the bank in the Borders later this year.
Charity appeals for help after a bearded dragon is found on a quiet country road in the south west of Scotland
A renewable energy company is investigating the possibility of building solar farms at two sites in the Borders.
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 24 and 31 July.
A Scotch whisky firm launches a bid to get the Scottish Borders 'back on the whisky map' with an online poll.
Borderer Chris O'Hare is among seven Scots in Team GB for next month's World Athletics Championships in Beijing.
Tour de France yellow jersey winners Team Sky will take part in the 2015 Tour of Britain, which run through the Borders.
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