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Shifting the focus from illness to person

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James Innes, who has just taken up a role within Lycetts' Edinburgh office.

Rural insurers Borders’ focus

Business
Gillian Layhe

Gillian’s new career takes off

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Evidence suggests some children do not wake to commonly used smoke alarms.

Families wanted for new smoke alarm study

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One in six fear they will need money from their kids in retirement

News

Scots warned to hang up on new phone scam

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New mobile phone law

Crime

Challenge of delays in leaving hospital

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Sheriff Drummond outside Duns Sheriff court on the last day of sitting, January 29, 2015.

Duns Court has been unused for over two years

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The mixed fortunes of Berwickshire towns

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Berwick man dies in three vehicle A1 accident

Transport
Aerial views of Berwick-Upon-Tweed from the Town Hall spire 
Old Bridge

Old Bridge to close for a fortnight

Transport

Potholes and elephant pits on Borders roads

Transport
Council leader David Parker at the junction outside the Borders General Hospital.

Plans being drawn up in bid to cut accidents at hospital junction

Health 2
Barrie Forrest at the site of the old Reston Station.

Progress ‘imminent’ on station reopening

News

New mobile phone law

Crime
Sheriff Drummond outside Duns Sheriff court on the last day of sitting, January 29, 2015.

Duns Court has been unused for over two years

News
Jedburgh Sheriff Court, Jedburgh Justice of the Peace Court.

Shop assistant foiled drug-fuelled raider

Crime
Emergency services were called to the incident on Tuesday evening.

Police appeal for witnesses following fire

News

All school transport cancelled for tomorrow

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Eyemouth Primary School

£1.8m to raise standards in Borders schools

Education
Pictured left to right are students: (back) Katie Wilson, Rebecca Brandon, Lauren Flockhart, Marlene Hobson & Andy Robson, and (front) Marcus Gordon and Jordan White.

Client design project for Borders students

Education

Rural insurers Borders’ focus

Business
A Scotmas containerised ClO2 generator system arriving in Iraq.

Kelso company is a Scottish Exporter of the Year finalist

Business
Crosslaw Caravan Park at Coldingham.

Jobs created at double as new owner takes over caravan park

Business
John Lamont (Scottish Conservative)
Duns election hustings.

Deadline for funding applications is next Friday

Business

£10 million pounds for organisations to tackle climate change

Politics 4
Commission on Parliamentary Reform chairman John McCormick

Commission to visit region on mission to find out facts

Politics
Public toilets in Brierybaulk in Duns.

Bid to have 30p toilet charge scrapped fails

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Scottish Borders Council leader David Parker (centre) with depute leaders Catriona Bhatia and John Mitchell with their capital budget programme,

Cash boost for area forums as council sets budget

Politics

Region’s dog wardens issue only four fines

Environment
Scottish Water says its charges will still be lower than the UK average after a 1.6 per cent increase.

Increase in Scottish Water charges to fund investment

Environment

Shifting the focus from illness to person

News

Challenge of delays in leaving hospital

News
Berwick Infirmary.

Plans are still in place for a new hospital at Berwick

News

NHS Borders has apologised to family of cancer patient

Health
PND Borders volunteers and trustees, from left,  Amy Slorance, Colette Walker, Barbara Wright and Claire Chalmers.

Funding secures future of PND Borders charity

Health