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Most of Scotland to be hit with icy weather

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Kevin pictures as he set out on his Slimming World experience.

Kevin is Eyemouth’s biggest loser

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Holly and Clive Millar with Will and Katrina Reynolds of the Allanton Inn.

Great support for Clive and Holly’s charity challenge

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On Sunday, November 19,at Duns Rugby Club, 49 dancers from LJ Dance academy based in Duns took part in a world record attempt to raise funds in aid of Children in Need. The event raised �119.69 on the day on top of the �540 entry for the Tapathon event.  All those who took part and now looking forward to finding out if they have been successful in breaking the world record!

World record attempt for Children in Need

Lifestyle

Mascot Max lives his dad’s dream

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Abstract vision draws together Allanton artists

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Borders Universal Credit roll out in 2018

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Barnside is the Scottish sheep farm of the year

Business
Ingredients for young grouse with salt baked celeriac, brmables, girolle mushrooms and roasted nuts.

Head chef at the top of his game

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Borders MP John Lamont in Westminster.

Chancellor supports Borderlands Growth Deal

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Motorists views on new A1 road studs are sought

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The taxi rank at Channel St, Galashiels

Borderers are asked to give their views on future taxi fares

Transport
From left, Carlisle councillor Colin Glover, ScotRail's Alex Hynes, Borders MSP Rachel Hamilton and Hawick provost Watson McAteer at the Campaign for Borders Rail's 2017 annual meeting.

Full steam ahead for Borders Railway extension bid

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Politics could derail Reston station plans

Transport
Clackmae Bridge, near Earlston.

Clackmae Bridge, near Earlston, to be shut for 10 weeks for £690,000 revamp

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Police suspect link between Earlston shed break-ins and Oxton tractor theft bid

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Jedburgh Sheriff Court.

Teenagers assaulted disabled man

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Kelso man latest scam victim

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Borders MP John Lamont.

Borders MP welcomes proposed tougher sentences for killer drivers

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Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Education
Does your school have a budding Dickens who could write the next Christmas classic?

Prizes on offer for new Christmas classic

Education
BSW Timber Group apprentices Padraig McNeil, Nico Scally, Ruaridh Mills and Stuart Matheson.

Timber group in finals of apprenticeship awards

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Scottish Borders Council leader Shona Haslam.

Monitoring school bullying

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Another report of hare coursing in Berwickshire is being investigated by police.

Police issue hare coursing warning

Crime

Barnside is the Scottish sheep farm of the year

Business
The Keystore shop premises where the town's post office could be moving to.

Change of address at Coldstream Post Office

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Scots booze cruises to Berwick expected

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Fiona Hyslop Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs, James Walker Eyemouth Harbour Trust Representative, Will Haegeland Chairman of Scottish Borders Tourism Partnership, John Henderson Vice Chair of Scottish Borders Tourism Partnership, Paula Ward Regional Director Scottish Borders VisitScotland.

Harbour trust’s tourism commitment

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Borders Universal Credit roll out in 2018

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Borders MP John Lamont in Westminster.

Chancellor supports Borderlands Growth Deal

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Scottish Borders Council leader Shona Haslam.

Public asked to help set budget priorities

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Borders MP John Lamont at the launch of this year's Poppy Scotland appeal at Westminster.

Borderers urged to say it with flowers

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The old Craw Wood nursing home in Tweedbank.

£850,000 plan agreed in bid to tackle bed-blocking at Borders General Hospital

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Storm Ophelia - Where and when it might hit

Environment
Helen Forsyth at Hoprigshiel.

Attention on BHA’s wind farm

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Have your say on future of Union Chain Bridge

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Scots booze cruises to Berwick expected

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Rachael Hamilton MSP with the Eyemouth & District Rehab Support group

Gap in region’s health support

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The old Craw Wood nursing home in Tweedbank.

£850,000 plan agreed in bid to tackle bed-blocking at Borders General Hospital

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Staff at Kelso's Galedin Vet Surgery. Back row, left to right, Iain lathangie , Michael Kyle, Alexa Bryce, Marion Hutcheson and Tom sparks. Front row, Sheila Fleming, Robert Anderson, Lynne Cruickshanks, Terri Steele.

Kelso celebrates 200th year of veterinary services

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James Marjoribanks, left, launches the public funding appeal with Macmillan centre staff, from left: Amanda Fiddes, Christine Henderson, Gillian Fenton, Alan McLaren, Rachel Johnson, Val Gibson and Judith Smith.

Cancer centre needs a hand to expand

Health