Major new contract saves call centre jobs
Exiles return to back Standard Bearer
Selkirk hopes wave is goodbye to decline
Charitable Souters stump up
Foy they are jolly good ladies
Selkirk call centre jobs set to be moved to Newcastl...
Wave of support key as town ‘on the brink’
Just hours after the shock news Selkirk was losing 25 jobs, the call centre involved announced a major contract safeguarding the positions.
In the UK our deer population has been a success against the difficulties caused by an ever-decreasing countryside.
More than 40 Exiles and overseas visitors will return to Selkirk for this year’s Common Riding, rallying to the Golden Banner.
The Duke of Gloucester officially opened the palliative Margaret Kerr Unit at the Borders General Hospital yesterday.
An urgent appeal to townspeople to take to the streets and back Selkirk on Saturday proved successful.
Former Scottish Rugby Union president Bert Duffy and outgoing Selkirk coach Brian Cassidy welcomed Jedburgh quad tandem cyclists to the town’s rugby club on Saturday afternoon (all pictured).
All roads will lead to Riverside Park tomorrow as the Kings of the 7s tournament reaches its climax.
TWO fantastic results in the space of four days has put Selkirk FC in ninth position in the league with just one game remaining.
With two ties requiring extra time and half-a-dozen decided in the last move of the tie, the Lawrie’s Garage Selkirk Sevens lived up to all expectations.
Super Selkirk are still in with a fighting chance of lifting the 2013 Kings of the Sevens title as the series heads into its final round tomorrow..
Played in horrendous conditions, the prestigious Elsie Wilson Trophy was up for grabs for the ladies last week.
In the strong winds up on The Hill last Saturday, Andy Raphael’s scorecard was indeed a pretty picture.
He became as famous as Citizen Kane, this mysterious millionaire who threw lavish parties in his mansion on Long Island.
In the mid-1970s a small group of people interested in agricultural history banded together and formed a club.
The late departure of winter delayed my plans for spring, but it served to help me make my mind up about a matter which had been troubling me for some time.
As I was leafing through the pages of my newspaper one morning this week, I found a piece telling me that teaching foreign languages in schools has reached worryingly low levels in Scotland.
Grown-ups debate the welfare of children ad infinitum, but forget one salient fact. Kids are not little people. They are themselves.
A total of 25 jobs are to be transferred from the HGS call centre at Level Crossing Road to Newcastle, The Wee Paper can reveal.
JOYCE WRIGHT’S popular Common Riding Singing Club got underway on Monday.
EDINBURGH’S Souter Lord Provost, Donald Wilson, will be the key speaker at the Fleshers’ Bussin’ at this year’s Common Riding.
A £3.2million plan to provide protection from the water course responsible for the 2003 Bannerfield floods will be unveiled on Wednesday.
This year’s Braw Lass is Lucy Black, the manager of Braidwood Sporting Clays near Midlem.
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Weather for Selkirk
Sunday 19 May 2013
Temperature: 8 C to 15 C
Wind Speed: 9 mph
Wind direction: North east
Temperature: 8 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 10 mph
Wind direction: North