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GP surgeries on Saturdays

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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
Community councillors have erected Please Slow Down signs at the east and west ends of Swinton Main Street and Slow Down For Pedestrians at the east and west ends of the village green.

Swinton signs up to slow-go plea

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Police snow warning for Borders: ‘Get home as early as possible’

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Police issue an ‘avoid travel’ warning

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Coldstream pensioners’ party time

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Eyemouth president welcomes Rotarian Mick on board

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New recruit for Reiver Recruitment

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Shared hobbies cement friendships.

Befriending project looks for new volunteers in 2018

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Two veterans who took part in a previous tour - now free trips are being offered to all World War Two veterans.

World War Two veterans offered free tours to pay respects to fallen comrades

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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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The taxi rank at Channel St, Galashiels

Borderers are asked to give their views on future taxi fares

Transport
From left, Carlisle councillor Colin Glover, ScotRail's Alex Hynes, Borders MSP Rachel Hamilton and Hawick provost Watson McAteer at the Campaign for Borders Rail's 2017 annual meeting.

Full steam ahead for Borders Railway extension bid

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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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Man jailed for cannabis farm in his home

Crime

Man charged with Eyemouth break-ins

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

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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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Pupils from Greenlaw Primary School make their feelings known about the recent spate of dogs fouling on their playground.

Dog walkers take note

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New recruit for Reiver Recruitment

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Business Gateway are running a series of workshops to help those either starting, or planning to set up, new companies.

Workshops offer help for new businesses

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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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The applicants say the lagoon will speed up slurry spreading.

Council approves controversial slurry lagoon application

Environment

Fears rate rise could leave Borders council struggling

Politics
SBC Headquarters

£225.386m boost for Borders

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Income Tax changes criticised

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When the Minister for Work and Pensions, MP Guy Opperman, dismissed calls for transitional pension arrangements  during a backbench debate in the House of Commons WASPI campaigners walked out of the public gallery, shouting'shame on you".

Borders MP was absent from WASPI debate

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Michelle Ballantyne MSP 23 May 2017. Pic - Andrew Cowan/Scottish Parliament

MSP Ballantyne quits council and forces by-election

Politics

Protecting salmon in their nursery stage

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A aerial view of Eyemouth harbour

New Eyemouth harbour bridge

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Jimmy Shanks of Blinkbonny Quarry near Gordon.

Blinkbonny’s extension is set in stone

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The applicants say the lagoon will speed up slurry spreading.

Council approves controversial slurry lagoon application

Environment

GP surgeries on Saturdays

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Shared hobbies cement friendships.

Befriending project looks for new volunteers in 2018

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Which pharmacies are open over New Year in the Borders?

Health
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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Which pharmacies are open over Christmas in the Borders?

Health