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Week: 06 | 6th February 2020

Rural poverty missed

Deprivation index is biased towards urban not rural locations EW…

Week: 06 | 6th February 2020

Langholm cannabis oil factory gets go-ahead

A number hurdles still to cross but it’s a step…

Week: 05 | 30th January 2020

Popular event packs out hall

EVERY seat was filled in Newcastleton village hall for the…

Week: 05 | 30th January 2020

Copshaw in spotlight as campaign launches

Scotland Starts Here will raise profile to attract more tourists…

Week: 05 | 30th January 2020

Log wagon driver admits killing cyclist

Canonbie trucker admits causing death by careless driving CANONBIE trucker…

Week: 05 | 30th January 2020

Expanding industry needs more workers

Langholm and Hawick collaborate on textile training course A GROWTH…

Week: 05 | 30th January 2020

Vital public service will not be lost to Langholm

Good news for both locals and visitors THE news that…

Week: 4 | 27th January 2020

Low wages contribute to more food bank use

Report shows a 22 per cent rise in use in…

Week: 04 | 23rd January 2020

Food parcels are only the start

HAZEL Thompson, manager at Kate’s Kitchen, has watched demand steadily…

Week: 04 | 23rd January 2020

Positive response to holiday pod proposal

Business wants to expand park to attract more overnight visitors…

Week: 04 | 23rd January 2020

Town’s ambition to be a creative place

OutPost Arts receives funding to run art clubs for all…

Week: 04 | 23rd January 2020

Up to 20 turbines are on cards for Bentpath

Developer proposes to construct a windfarm in Meggat Valley A…

Week: 50 | 12th December 2019

A most exciting year for initiative team: Langholm body calls for public to attend AGM and find out more

THE Langholm Initiative has been here for 25 years writes…

Week: 50 | 12th December 2019

Chance to buy land offers a “new dawn”: Consultation underway on the potential purchase of Holm Hill

A COMMUNITY buy-out of Holm Hill will provide a new…

Week: 50 | 12th December 2019

Everyone a winner at awards to celebrate rural life

JUDITH Johnson’s three decades of work in the community of…

Week: 50 | 12th December 2019

Town’s flood alert: Environment watchdog issues warning over river

A FLOOD warning was issued for Langholm on Tuesday. After…

Week: 50 | 12th December 2019

UK’s future at stake as rancorous campaign ends: Who will be Prime Minister tomorrow?

ONE of the most bitterly-fought general election campaigns in modern…

Week: 49 | 6th December 2019

Theatre is calling: Langholm actor accepted for prestigious stage school

Young Langholm performer Finlay Eagleson will embark on a professional…

Week: 49 | 5th December 2019

Lighting up Langholm

THE day had everything: a crisp, sunny afternoon; Santa and…

Week: 49 | 5th December 2019

Government cuts would damage recycling efforts

DECISION to bring waste services back in-house could be costly…

Week: 49 | 5th December 2019

Have Pen Will Travel

HAVE Pen Will Travel is the most apt name for…

Week: 49 | 5th December 2019

£27k for Eskdale: Windfarm company gives grants to three organisations

MUCKLE Toon Media, the owner of the Eskdale & Liddesdale…

Week: 48 | 28th November 2019

Sweeping changes to refuse collections

Dumfries and Galloway Council staff were in The Buccleuch Centre…

Week: 48 | 28th November 2019

Community Trust open day for Copshaw: Consultation to look at feasibilty of Holm Hill buy-out

NEWCASTLETON & District Community Trust (NDCT) are holding an Open…

Week: 46 | 14th November 2019

Three Eskdale groups given £8,300 in total: Windfarm developer donates first round of community grants

CASH totalling £8,300 is being pumped into Langholm and Eskdalemuir…

Week: 46 | 14th November 2019

Langholm will be in rail extension study: Scottish transport minister reassures campaigners of inclusion

A MINISTER of the Scottish government has reassured rail campaigners…

Week: 46 | 14th November 2019

Copshaw pharmacist is a clear winner

STERLING work in the respiratory field by Newcastleton Health Centre’s…

Week: 46 | 14th November 2019

Secret OutPost: Auction and exhibition at High Street’s new venue

THE Look Out in Langholm High Street will hold a…

Week: 46 | 14th November 2019

Centre of excellence wins regional award: Great team work from staff and volunteers gets recognition

LANGHOLM’S successful performing arts centre is the toast of the…

Week: 45 | 7th November 2019

Charlie is Kelso’s darling

THE £30,000 feature race of Saturday’s fixture at Kelso Racecourse…

Week: 45 | 7th November 2019

Great plans for popular butcher's shop

RYAN Greig and Samantha Taylor are reopening the butcher’s shop…

Week: 45 | 7th November 2019

Mural trail explores Langholm's heritage

A LANGHOLM-BASED arts organisation officially launched its new High Street…

Week: 45 | 7th November 2019

Canonbie parents up in arms as heating fails

A SCHOOL parent council in Eskdale is up in arms…

Week: 44 | 31st October 2019

Posties Wear-it-Pink and raise £900

POST Office and Royal Mail staff combined their sense of…

Week: 44 | 31st October 2019

Valley faces another large-scale windfarm: Plans submitted to build up to 25 220m turbines at Callisterhall

ANOTHER large-scale windfarm is being proposed for a site on…

Week: 44 | 31st October 2019

University professor designs first “tunabot”: Former Langholm pupil examines how fish swim so fast and far

A LEADING American university professor, who attended Langholm Academy, has…

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