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‘Rape clause’ protesters target MSP’s surgeries

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Traditional net fishing at the mouth of the Tweed.

Tweed netting station row

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The site near Fountainhaill which Gudbrander Jonsson claims to have found the site of the battle between King Olaf of Scotland and the English King, Athelstan, in the early 900s AD.

Viking battlefield site said to be in Borders

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Paul and Sulee Harris, of Coldingham Gallery, will now run a quarterly auction house.

First bids to be raised at Coldingham auction house

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Borders businesses have their eyes on prizes

Business

Jim Clark Museum on course to open in 2018

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Woolworths set for shock return to the high street

Business

EU funding for Seafood Scotland

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New figures have shown that  uptake of breast screening continues to decline.

Figures show more women are missing out on breast cancer screening checks

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Colossal Clansman launches piping hot summer in Glasgow

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Borders roads network criticised

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Improvements to the A1 will form part of the transport study.

Study will weigh up best way forward for transport links

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Easter commuters face travel delays

Lengthy delays predicted for Easter travellers

Transport
The newly resurfaced road is already breaking up only days after the work was done.

Duns road repairs lasted only a few days

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Barrie Forrest with Jeanna Swan, lord-lieutenant of Berwickshire, at Reston Village Hall.

Barrie insists on getting medal in front of home crowd

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Galashiels male, 16, accused of raping two 14-year-olds

Crime
Priorwood Court in Melrose.

Man in court to face charge of murdering his wife in Melrose

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Chiefs plea...Mr Gormley wants members of the public to share their views on the 2026 Police Scotland strategy. You can complete the survey by visiting the website www.scotland.police.uk/about-us/policing-2026/ by May  8.

Police Scotland Chief Constable Phil Gormley’s 2026 vision

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Getting the basics right...is a top priority for Scottish Police Authority chairman Andrew Flanagan.

SPA chairman Andrew Flanagan discusses Policing 2026

Crime 2

Greenlaw pupils build bird nesting boxes

Education

More than £570k spent last year on supply teachers

Education
Fiona McAllan was presented with her BEM by the Lord Lieutenenant for Berwickshire, Jeanna Swan.

Seeing medal is believing for college worker

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Cameron and Stuart Haddow and Kayleigh Scott representing the cubs, beavers and rainbows, the younger members who have helped in Eyemouth

‘Toon tidy’ team aims to bring out best in Eyemouth

Environment
Chirnside Scottish Dancers, Carys Snowball, Ally Robertson and Katie Chalmers at Duns Volunteer Hall for the Dance Festival.

Berwickshire pupils have a ball at festival

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First bids to be raised at Coldingham auction house

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Peelham Farm, Berwickshire.

Borders businesses have their eyes on prizes

Business
Woolworths could be set for a return?

Woolworths set for shock return to the high street

Business
Muirburn in the Lammermuirs.

Gamekeepers keep fighting fire with fire

Business

‘Rape clause’ protesters target MSP’s surgeries

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John Lamont at St Abbs

John Lamont resigns as MSP

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SNP MSP Christine Grahame speaking at the Borders College to girls from various secondary schools from around the Borders about getting into the construction industry.

MSP leads Addaction debate in Holyrood

Politics
Calum Kerr, SNP MP for Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk

A one issue General Election - Brexit.

Politics

PM calls snap general election

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Tweed netting station row

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Muirburn in the Lammermuirs.

Gamekeepers keep fighting fire with fire

Business
The pupils from Greenlaw Primary School who took part in the competition to design and build a nesting box.

Greenlaw pupils build bird nesting boxes

Education
These week old leverets are being cared for by the SSPCA after being found alone in a garden in Kelso.

Baby hares rescued from danger

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Extra £125 a year for essential service shocks former magician

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John Laffey

John going on run for Multiple Sclerosis Society

Health
Martin Hadshar has retired as a GP at Coldstream Medical Practice after 34 years.

Veteran doctor calling it a day after 34 years

Health

NHS urges caution to avoid accidents around the home

Health
Dr Alan Mason hangs up his stethoscope after dedicating his 37-year career to Eyemouth and Coldingham.

Doctor hangs up stethoscope after 37 years

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