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Crowds turn out for Hawick’s Christmas parade

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Councillor Stuart Marshall looking over the River Teviot a year on from the 2015 floods that caused havoc in Hawick.

Hawick still at risk from flooding one year on, response group warns

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Rosie Foreman prepares to switch on the lights with Santa, the Sandard Bearer and his attendants.

Selkirk sparkles at its Christmas lights switch-on event

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Deals gives Hawick youngsters a sporting chance

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Jedburgh celebrates Christmas with a wonderful winter festival

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Hammermen nail funding for museum

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NHS 24 issues prescriptions reminder for Christmas

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Light The Way is aiming to support people fleeing conflict and violence this Christmas.

Christian Aid to help ‘Light The Way’

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Over 250 eminent Scots from the worlds of industry, academia, leisure, politics and media to take part in the first CEO Sleepout.

Leading Scots to sleep rough for Social Bite Village

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Tartan Army warned over email scam

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Hawick's Volunteer Park.

Deals gives Hawick youngsters a sporting chance

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Graeme McIver, centre,  secretary of Gala Fairydean Rovers

Gala FR supporting a selection of charities

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The Scottish rugby sevens side which scored success at Twickenham helps promote the 2017 Melrose Sevens.

Early glimpse of 2017 Melrose 7s line-up

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Bumper prize fund riding on Sunday’s race meeting

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Thorburn keeps options open ahead of 2017

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Salver lining for home girl Gina at C2 Awards

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Inside story as East prove best against West

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Alasdair Hutton

Borders author Alasdair places old Scots rhymes in safe hands

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Reclaim The Night march, Galashiels.

Strength in numbers at Scottish Borders Reclaim The Night event

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Celery is even less popular than Brussels sprouts

Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

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Party poppers or party poopers?

Is it time to scrap the office Christmas party?

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Dogs that are regularly left alone for long periods can become unpredictable and unhappy.

Animal Matters

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