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Police Scotland embrace social media to keep public updated

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Silver success for curler David

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Top table guests at the Duns Probus Club Burns Dinner.

Duns Probus members enjoy Buns Supper

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Reston Young Mothers present a cheque to Wilma Gunn of Scottish HART. Left to right are Kelly Moscrop, Lisa Dundas, Joyce McLean, Wilma Gunn and Angela Reay.

Reston now has its own defibrillator

Health

Duns Burns Club toast Rabbie, a cultural icon

News

Just one fatty meal can damage liver

Health

Most optimistic Self Assessment expense claims

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‘Disappointing’ results for rail passengers

News
The boxes have saved 600 tonnes of vegetables from being binned.

Asda Wonky Veg win best new product award

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A report by Family Friendly Working Scotland suggests parents with low earnings are more likely to be in jobs which deny flexible working.

Need to boost workplace flexibility for the lower-paid

News

Woman who died following collision on A1 is named

Crime
Lord-lieutenant Gerald Maitland-Carew and Michelle de Bruin at the stone's unveiling at Tweedbank railway station.

Royal plaque back at Tweedbank train station after 14-month absence

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Fuel prices fall as big four supermarkets make 3p cuts

Transport
The Flying Scotsman crosses the Royal Border Bridge in Berwick on its way to Edinburgh Waverley yesterday. Picture: Aaron Wilson

Flying Scotsman back on the rails after U-turn

Transport
The Flying Scotsman crosses the Royal Border Bridge at Berwick-Upon-Tweed en route from York to Edinburgh Waverley. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Flying Scotsman trips reinstated - but answers demanded over ‘farce’

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Police Scotland embrace social media to keep public updated

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Six charges of hare coursing

Crime

Supermarket worker’s £7,000 benefits fiddle

Crime

Kerosene stolen from Duns oil tank

Crime

Client design project for Borders students

Education
Ground at Wellnage in Duns is due to be built on.

Decision delayed on new houses planned in Duns

Arts
Aileen Orr of Sunwick Farm near Hutton in Berwickshire with teddy bear named Wojek. Aileen is collecting donated teddies and distributing them to children.

Aileen wants every young Scot to grin and bear it

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Paxton House Water Works Proposal

Restoration project given £56,000 boost

News
Pupils across Scotland will be taking part in the RSPB Big School Birdwatch.

It’s all eyes to the skies for RSPB birdwatch

Education

Eyemouth man promotes Highland Military Tattoo

Business
Kelvin Pate.

Kelvin is Lothian and Borders chairman

Business
Colin McGregor (centre) with judge Nick Rainsley and presenter Gyles Brandreth.

Farmer harvests national prize

News
Jimmy Bain on stage with Dio.

Family welcome plans for tribute to Scottish rock star

News
Eyemouths honorary provost, Jemma Landels, has resigned her position.

Family has to come first, says community council’s chair

Politics
Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop.

Press freedom in Scotland “at risk” from UK Government proposals

Politics 3

Planting idea of healthy and nutritious food

Health

Poultry owners warned to protect their flocks

Environment
Gales are expected to batter most of Scotland from Wednesday

Blizzards set to bring travel disruption across Scotland

News

Arctic blast set to bring snow and bitterly cold temperatures to Scotland

Environment

Reston now has its own defibrillator

Health

Just one fatty meal can damage liver

Health
Cervical screening is at a 10-year low while the number of deaths from cervical cancer has increased by 24 per cent.

Concern as cancer screening hits 10-year low

Health
Before the launch, MSP John Lamont visited Britains oldest food forest garden to learn about Abundant Borders.

Planting idea of healthy and nutritious food

Health

Poultry owners warned to protect their flocks

Environment