Berwickshire News

Cemetery safety checks continue

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Conservation architects Spence and Dower have been appointed to carry out work for the development and delivery phases of the �7.3 million'project to conserve the Union Chain Bridge.

Union Chain Bridge project

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Eyemouth town centre is faring reasonably well, with under 8% of its shops being empty.

Plan to bring life back to town centres

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Cross-party bid for east coast stations

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Let’s capture one summer’s day

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Coldstream plans for a bright future

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Jarvis Pickle pies on the menu

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No warning given when nuclear convoys pass through Borders

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MSPs visited the National Trust for Scotland's St Abb's Head National Nature Reserve last week.

St Abbs Head welcomes MSPs

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Berwick gymnasts enjoy success at Redcar event

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Jed Davie, right, in blue (picture by Ian Georgeson)

Summer reshuffle at Rangers continues on and off the park

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Badminton and tennis coach Peter Hardie surrounded by friends, family and youngsters he has coached after being presented with his BEM by Lord Lieutenant of Berwickshire Jeanna Swan.

BEM presentation to coach Peter Hardie

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Action from Redcar. Picture: Colin Poole Photography

On-form Bandits flying high and leading the way at the top

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What we miss as Scotland fans: the 1982 World Cup revisited

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World Cup 2018: David Weatherston’s preview

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Mike Greener, from Spittal Improvement Trust, was last week announced 'Voluntary Promoter of the Year' at the annual awards of the NRTF - the National Rural Touring Forum.

Mike is the nation’s Voluntary Promoter of the Year winner

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Live Borders Dance Academy will be held at Heriot Watt University in Galashiels on August 5-8.

Stage is set as doors open on Live Borders Dance Academy

Arts
Sir Jackie Stewart and RAC chairman Tom Purves with the new single malt.

Trust aiming at enthusiasts with new malt

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