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Canine wedding guests

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Andrew Ewen and Stuart Robertson of the Leonard Cheshire Disability charity met Rachael Hamilton in the Scottish Parliament last November.

Charity calls for an end to 15 minute home care visits

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Sue Ryder painting on location.

Art by royal appointment

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SBC Headquarters

A new way of approaching homelessness

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Stolen Duns lorry is found in County Durham

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Uncertain future for Berwick car park

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Borders ladies take up the WASPI cause

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SBC opposition budget

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Kevin Lyons, right, joins Chris Gauld as Spark looks to a brighter future

New faces on board as Spark hits record turnover of £159m

Business

New wardens will tackle Borders ‘wild campers’

Environment

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

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Barrie Forrest at the site of the old Reston Station.

Rail campaigners keep up the pressure

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New road studs on the A1 in Berwickshire.

Motorists views on new A1 road studs are sought

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Stolen Duns lorry is found in County Durham

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British Transport Police are supporting the campaign to tackle knife crime.

Transport police take campaign to tackle knife crime on to our railways

Crime

Five men charged with hare coursing

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A Volkswagen Caravelle campervan was stolen from  Aitken Walker car showroom at Duns.

Vehicles stolen from garages

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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
Eyemouth High School headteacher Robin Chapman with volunteers at the school's showcase evening.

Showcasing Eyemouth High’s talented pupils

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Eyemouth High School pupils got an insight into media and journalism from BBC producer, Michael Wray.

An insight into TV journalism

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Cockburnspath Rotakids president Fiona cuts the tinsel, looking on are past presidents Catrina and Max and past secretary Grace at the formal opening of the Cockburnspath RotaKids.

Rota Kids trim trail at Co’path School

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New faces on board as Spark hits record turnover of £159m

Business
John Lamont speaks to members of the public who attended the Duns meeting to discuss RBS branch closures.

200 discuss bank closures

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Eyemouth brewed fermented sparkling kombucha tea drinks are the first to be available on tap.

Tea with a natural fizz on tap next to beer

Lifestyle
Coldingham Bay.

Holiday park has new owner

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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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The First Minister will lead a debate in the Scottish Parliament tomorrow t mark 100 years of women's suffrage.

Debate to mark 100 years of women’s suffrage

Politics

New wardens will tackle Borders ‘wild campers’

Environment
Hillwalkers are being urged to take care and be prepared for all kinds of weather.

Hillwalkers urged to be aware of dangers posed by bad weather

Environment

Clean up your act, council tells Borders dog owners

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Autumn fishing changes mooted

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Charity calls for an end to 15 minute home care visits

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Corinne Hutton during her fight for life after contracting sepsis   an illness that kills more people than breast and prostate cancers combined.

Sepsis didn’t claim Corinne’s life – but she lost her hands and legs

Health
The Knoll hospital and health centre, Station Road, Duns

Four-fold increase in Borderers with flu

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Eyemouth Medical Practice will be open on Saturday mornings until February 10.

GP surgeries on Saturdays

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Shared hobbies cement friendships.

Befriending project looks for new volunteers in 2018

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