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‘Rape clause’ protesters target MSP’s surgeries

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Traditional net fishing at the mouth of the Tweed.

Tweed netting station row

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The site near Fountainhaill which Gudbrander Jonsson claims to have found the site of the battle between King Olaf of Scotland and the English King, Athelstan, in the early 900s AD.

Viking battlefield site said to be in Borders

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First bids to be raised at Coldingham auction house

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Borders businesses have their eyes on prizes

Business

Jim Clark Museum on course to open in 2018

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Woolworths set for shock return to the high street

Business

EU funding for Seafood Scotland

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New figures have shown that  uptake of breast screening continues to decline.

Figures show more women are missing out on breast cancer screening checks

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Berwick tried to find a breakthrough against Montrose but drew a blank on the day.

Templeman the tormentor as Wee Gers’ struggles continue

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Euan Thorburn goes off third in Saturdays event

Thorburn hoping to find path to glory through the forests

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Rutherford now hoping he can fire Rangers to league safety

Berwick Rangers

Marshals needed for run along coastline

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New stand nearly done at Duns

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Borders Book Festival 2016. The annual book festival in the gardens of Harmony House, Melrose. Sunday 19th June

Picture by Alex Hewitt/Writer Pictures

‘Best ever’ line-up includes Parky and a Python

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The site near Fountainhaill which Gudbrander Jonsson claims to have found the site of the battle between King Olaf of Scotland and the English King, Athelstan, in the early 900s AD.

Viking battlefield site said to be in Borders

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Quiz: Can you tell the difference between Scotland and England?

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Jay Hutton, Alice Perrin and Steven Porter of E4's Tattoo Fixers

E4’s Tattoo Fixers looking for ink disasters in the Borders

Lifestyle

Quiz: Can you tell the difference between Scotland and England?

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Four eggs in a Dunnock's nest.

Breeding behaviour of Dunnocks makes them stand out from rest

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