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Fishing boat drifted onto rocks

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Wonderful woodland winners honoured

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Record breaking year for Royal Highland Show

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The Scottish Parliament's debating chamber.

Safety of Scotland’s high rise homes to be examined

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Outdoor living at Duns

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Rotary award for former MP

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Recognition for housing association’s wind farm

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Longer railway would be just the job, new Borders MP tells Westminster

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Photos of the sea sought for charity competition

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Livestock worrying crimes reduce during co-ordinated campaign

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Longer railway would be just the job, new Borders MP tells Westminster

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A Borders Railway service at Stow.

Report boosts case for extending Borders Railway into Cumbria

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Hawick councillor Davie Paterson surveying the state of the B6399 to Newcastleton from Hawick.

£1m to be spent on improving timber traffic routes in Borders

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Galashiels transport interchange.

Opening hours to be cut at Galashiels transport hub

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Mr Lamont is calling for the Borders Railway to be extended beyond Tweedbank.

New report puts case for extending Borders Railway to Hawick and Carlisle

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Cybercrime game helps train 100 officers

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Selkirk Sheriff Court

Banged up for head butt on policeman

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Armed police will remain at the Scottish Parliament

Armed policing to continue at Scottish Parliament

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Lazeez in Berwick

Police investigation into video content is now closed

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Cybercrime game helps train 100 officers

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Some of the stunning and bright tank tops and hats for the children of Swaziland.

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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Longer railway would be just the job, new Borders MP tells Westminster

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Robert and Lesley Mitchell, along with son Stuart, farm at Whitriggs near Denholm.

Denholm farm at forefront of efficiency drive

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NFU Scotland's Presidential team launch the discussion document at the Highland Show. Left to right are Martin Kennedy, Andrew McCornick and Gary Mitchell.

Preparing Scotland’s farmers for change

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£44m package to build affordable houses in the region

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Longer railway would be just the job, new Borders MP tells Westminster

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NFU Scotland's Presidential team launch the discussion document at the Highland Show. Left to right are Martin Kennedy, Andrew McCornick and Gary Mitchell.

Preparing Scotland’s farmers for change

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Bid to turn town into magnet for business

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John Lamont on his first day at Westminster,

First day in his new job for John Lamont

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Ex-MP will continue to fight for Borders

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Recognition for housing association’s wind farm

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Easter Langlee Landfill Site near Galashiels.

More flaws in waste transfer bid revealed

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Calls to charity show emotional abuse soaring

Health

Adults under 25 “twice as likely” to suffer from hay fever as over 55s

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The event is being organised by Scottish Borders Council's community capacity team and the National Development Team for Inclusion.

Drop-in events to be held

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Kelso Community Hospital.

Borders hospital open again after outbreak of vomiting virus

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Dentists are urging us to protect our teeth against gum disease.

Gum disease: why are many of us ignoring the warning signs?

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