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The A1 road at Lamberton near the England/Scotland border.

Pressure for A1 dualling

A fully dualled A1 road north and south of the border was top of the agenda when Borders MSP Rachael Hamilton met with Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan.

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Visitors to Abbotsford, the home of Sir Walter Scott, have only a short time left to see three rarely seen watercolour paintings before they disappear back into private collections.'A 'lost' Turner painting of Abbotsford, a miniature portrait of a fouryear-old Scott (the earliest known to exist), and a miniature portrait of Scott's first love, Williamina Belsches, are being removed from display at the end of November and returned to their owners.

last chance to see rare paintings

Visitors to Abbotsford, the home of Sir Walter Scott, have only a short time left to see three rarely seen watercolour paintings before they disappear back into private collections.

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Eyemouth's Lisa Sinton sets off on a 350km cycle in Nepal next week.

Lisa takes Nepal cycle challenge

Eyemouth’s Bryan Webster declined an invitation to do the 350km Nepal Cycle for Edinburgh Medical Missionary Society but volunteered Lisa Sinton in his place.

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Seeing Red! The west coast based fishing vessels currently using Eyemouth harbour facilities.

Fishing fleet visits Eyemouth

Eyemouth harbour is currently busy with prawn fishing boats from the west coast of Scotland who are fishing grounds to the north and east of the fishing port.

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Margaret Simpson and David Ward collecting the prize for best social enterprise at this year's Scottish Borders Business Excellence Awards.

Two Berwickshire winners

The best of Borders business gathered at Springwood Park in Kelso recently, for the 2018 Scottish Borders Business Excellence Awards presented by the Scottish Borders Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

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