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Cancer services expand at BGH

Health

Volunteer Hall is now community owned

Business

Agents lose income as Betterware catalogue goes into administration

News
Fallago Environment Fund chairman, Gareth Baird (left) joins Douglas Tweedie from the Hume Castle Preservation Trust at Hume Castle near Greenlaw in the Scottish Borders to mark the announcement of a �32,890 grant.

Uncovering Hume Castle’s hidden history

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Extra cash is on right path to good roads

Business

The Craw is named as the Borders’ best pub

News

Eyemouth economy in focus

News

SB Cares challenges inspectors’ report

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Northumbria Police

Motor cyclist killed in A697 crash south of Coldstream

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Presenting Coldstream 2018 principals, Coldstreamer Stefan Home, Right-hand man Jonathan Wallis, Left-hand man Andrew Guthrie

Stefan is 2018 Coldstreamer

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New east coast partnership will work together

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As part of its ongoing vehicle evaluation programme Borders Buses has introduced the UKs first hybrid coach to its network.

Borders Buses unveils new hybrid coach

Transport
Sign up to keep the pressure on for the re-opening of Reston Station as soon as possible.

Station’s on-line petition

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A view of Berwick Upon Tweed from the East Coast mainline

A local Edinburgh to Newcastle rail service

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Better rail links for Berwick and between Edinburgh and Newcastle will be discussed at a meeting in Berwick next week.

Berwick’s rail links under discussion

News

Kelso sausage dog snatch attempt sparks warning to pet-owners

News
The eagle owl kept in cramped conditions at the home of Alan Wilson who has been banned for 10 years for keeping birds of prey.

Eagle owl was kept in filthy conditions

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The eagle owl kept in cramped conditions at the home of Alan Wilson who has been banned for 10 years for keeping birds of prey.

Berwickshire gamekeeper receives 10 year ban

Crime

Millions of pounds stolen through cyber enabled crime in Scotland

Crime

Lottery money for Chain Bridge

News
Eyemouth Primary School

Primary education at Eyemouth in focus

News
Longridge Towers School has hosted visitors from Ealing International College in the Dalian region of China.

School’s China link continues

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Donna Manson, director of children's services.

New policy deals with late enrolment in Borders schools

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Lindsey McKinnon who works for Early Years Scotland.  (Photograph by Martin Shields)

Shape our children’s worlds with a career in early learning and childcare

Education

Volunteer Hall is now community owned

Business

Extra cash is on right path to good roads

Business
The Craw Inn has been voted the best pub in the Scottish Borders in the  National Pub & Bar Awards.

The Craw is named as the Borders’ best pub

News

Eyemouth economy in focus

News

Cuts to council funding

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The Borders Search and Rescue Unit (�35,000) came into its own during the recent cold snap.

Search and rescue unit finds itself at the top in locality funding votes

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Councillor Heather Anderson

SBC opposition budget

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Ashley Highfield

MPs must protect the local press from damaging Lords amendment

Politics
Lord Palmer at Manderston House.

We should stay in EU to see it disbanded

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Beach litter is turned into art

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The Berwickshire coastline.

Warning over timber washing up on the Berwickshire coast

News

Counting the cost the wintry weather has had on seabirds

News
Tweed Forum, peatland restoration officer ''Alistair McDonaldassesses peatland conditions as part of a survey to identify areas suitable for restoration.

Tweed Forum urges local gardeners to go peat-free

News

Cancer services expand at BGH

Health
Business card...has been created as part of FEAT's upcoming fifth anniversary in May, highlighting the sepsis warning signs people should be aware of.

Video: Sepsis - 20 second-long video could save your life

Health
One of the organisations supporting the campaign is St John Scotland, which also provides CPR training to groups across the country. Volunteer Andrew Robertson is pictured delivering a training session.

Would you know how to save someone who has a cardiac arrest?

Health

Consultation starts on Borders’ draft disability strategy

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Judith Tait-Brown, senior charge nurse of Ward 14 DME and Ali Forster, senior charge nurse of Ward 12 DME.

New approach in BGH wards for the elderly

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