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Six times drink drive limit with two children in the car

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The petrol station and garage workshop at Greenlaw as it used to be.

Jimmy retiring after 41 years at Blackadder Garage

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Scots typically stop receiving a stocking at the age of 20, but over one in ten Scots over 30 will be gifted one this Christmas.

‘Apples’ are the new satsumas as technology becomes stocking filler of choice

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Good manners do not come cheap with consumers splashing out �27 on thank you cards and even gifts.

Scots spend £103 over Christmas to avoid upsetting others

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Doctor takes charge of care at Duns hospital

Health

Ayton houses are at constant risk of flooding

Environment

Lennel Cemetery almost full

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Pub offender behind bars for Christmas

Crime
Citty Finlayson Scots Singer of the Year, Lori Watson.  Picture by Chris James

Our Lori on song after collecting top award

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L-r, Chief Inspector Andy McLean, PC Sandy Blacklock and Superintendent Jim Royan in Asda, Galashiels ahead of the festive campaign.

Police festive campaign is under way

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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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Flying Scotsman cancellation ‘unacceptable, unbelievable, appalling’

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Six times drink drive limit with two children in the car

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Selkirk Sheriff Court, Justice of the Peace, Procurator Fiscal

Pub offender behind bars for Christmas

Crime
L-r, Chief Inspector Andy McLean, PC Sandy Blacklock and Superintendent Jim Royan in Asda, Galashiels ahead of the festive campaign.

Police festive campaign is under way

News
Suspected hare coursing has been reported in Berwickshire.

Suspected hare coursing in Berwickshire

Crime

Eyemouth pupils get a taste of farm life

Education
Over 30 children took up the invitation from Duns and District Parishes to become Desert Detectives on the recent school in-service day.

Desert Detectives at Duns Parish Church

Whats on
The Eyemouth and District Rotary Club are grateful to the Eyemouth High School and the horticultural students for helping them plant 5,000 crocus corms at Tollcross in  Eyemouth.

Crocuses will turn Eyemouth purple in spring

Education
UNISON is considering its next move in the dispute over college support staff's pay.

Union considering action in college pay dispute

Education

SNP’s wind energy ‘obsession’ criticised

Education

Bus services to St Abbs about to change next week

Business

Oor Wullie to feature on First Minister’s Christmas card

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449 affordable houses by 2018

Politics

SB Alert adds gas to its list of emergency info

Politics

Town’s council hit by another resignation

Politics

Ayton houses are at constant risk of flooding

Environment
Deeply dippy - the courting couple of dippers on the Ettrick last week.

Cold weather helps gets natural cycle of things back onto a proper footing

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Overnight closure of a section of A1 road

Environment
The Lammermuir Hills

Guided tours will unveil the secrets of the Lammermuirs

Environment

Doctor takes charge of care at Duns hospital

Health
A festive fund-raising pack is available online to help MRF finance vital research into vaccines to treat different strains of the disease. Information about symptoms can also be found on its website.

Expected rise in cases of meningitis

Health

Outpatient care changes on the way

Health
Borders General Hospital

Hospital doctors failed to diagnose a fractured foot twice

Health
The Scottish Government and NHS Education for Scotland will be surveying female doctors.

Improving support for rape victims

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