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Lifeboat get its first request to launch

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Scots companies dominate tour awards

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Cold callers top poll of 100 things that drive Brits mad

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From left, David Thomson of City Sightseeing Scottish Borders, Rosamund de la Hey, Will Haegeland, Nicola Irvine of Borders Buses and Duncan Thomas, a Borders Railway ambassador.

Visitors to Borders being offered chance to go topless

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Farm Women’s Club marks its 30th year

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Coldstream SWI knit for Swaziland orphans

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Duns childminder gets top marks from Care Inspectorate

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UK consumers most likely to shop online on Mondays

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‘Keep the fracking ban’ says UNISON

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Young people involved in the launch were from LGBT Youth Scotland, Boys Brigade Scotland, Scottish Borders Youth Services, Young Scot and Scottish Youth Parliament  they are photographed with Jim Sweeney MBE, CEO YouthLink Scotland. Picture: Alan Rennie

Call for Westminster candidates to end age discrimination

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A7 to be closed overnight near Stow for roadworks

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Hypermiling is a new tactic that is growing in popularity.

Traffic diversions for A1 to allow works

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Traffic will be diverted via the Carfraemill roundabout.

A68 to be closed at Lauder for roadworks

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Chief Inspector Andy McLean briefs secondary school pupil at the young driver day at RAF Charterhall.

Driver training part of school curriculum

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Borders roads network criticised

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Hawick man, 44, denies rucksack theft

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Jedburgh Sheriff Court sign.

Former partner lost his temper

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Selkirk Sheriff Court, Justice of the Peace, Procurator Fiscal

Manchester teen bailed at Selkirk Sheriff Court

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Jedburgh Sheriff Court sign.

Hawick man blew up over bike repair

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Coldstream SWI knit for Swaziland orphans

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Polly Wolly Doodle manager Paula Preston (centre) and early year assistants Michelle Stewart and Kirsten Canning.

Duns childminder gets top marks from Care Inspectorate

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Langlee Primary School pupils being given a tour of the new school site.

Galashiels school holding open day ahead of demolition this summer

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The confirmands with Father Robert Afayori, the priest for Duns and Eyemouth.

First Holy Communion at Duns for confirmands

Education
Children from Seashells nursery have been visiting Saltgreens residents once a week, bridging the generation gap.

Kids bridging generation gap

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Visitors to Borders being offered chance to go topless

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Moira Bruce, one of the club's original members, cuts the celebration cake.

Farm Women’s Club marks its 30th year

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Polly Wolly Doodle manager Paula Preston (centre) and early year assistants Michelle Stewart and Kirsten Canning.

Duns childminder gets top marks from Care Inspectorate

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Counting Sheep Campervans

Counting Sheep converted campers take to the roads

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ELECTION 2017 ROUND-UP: Polls predict ‘bluewash’ as Emily Thornberry turns airwaves blue

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Council leader Shona Haslam.

Scottish Borders Council executive roles to be agreed tomorrow

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Langlee Primary School pupils being given a tour of the new school site.

Galashiels school holding open day ahead of demolition this summer

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Andrew McCornick.

Scottish agriculture must get a good deal

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Gail Hendry launching her campaign in Hawick, accompanied by MP Calum Kerr and MSP Paul Wheelhouse.

Best man for Borders job at Holyrood will be a woman

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Farne have right VIBES when protecting the environment

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James and Angela MacLean who own Border Eggs at Hutton in the Borders . Angela set up MacLean Eggs in 2015.

Farm hoping to keep extra 32,000 chickens

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Emily Iles, Tweed Forum Project Office, with a skunk cabbage.

Appeal for reporting of invasive plants

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A mild winter, coupled with warmer than usual spring temperatures, could lead to an increase in the number of bugs, like ants, this summer.

Homeowners warned to expect a plague of bugs this summer

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Caterers collect prizes at double

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Towering achievement for NHS worker Martin

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Scott Purvis, 38, of Hallydown Crescent, and wife Karen, 36, with their two children 13-year-old Isla and eight-year-old Aaron.

Kid’s charity praised by Eyemouth parents

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Hawick Community Hospital.

Normal service now resuming at Borders health centres hit by cyber attacks

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Hawick Community Hospital.

Hawick hospital and surgery among NHS sites hit by cyber attack

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