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Yobs already targeting £300k new playpark

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Sanna Aziz has been elected as MSYP for Midlothian South, Tweeddale and Lauderdale, Tanya Thomson and Georgia Pritchard both won seats for Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire.

New youth MSPs set out their priorities

Members of the House of Parliament observe a minutes silence to pay respect to the victims of yesterday's terror attack in Westminster. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday March 23, 2017. See PA story POLICE Westminster. Photo credit should read: PA Wire

MP Kerr: Work must go on after attacks

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Sunny spells

Kelso to house the region’s first specialist dementia unit


MP Kerr caught up in attack


Black and yellow sausages could be missing link for Melrose players


Souters asked to help famine relief

The second Macpi Model 314.41is installed at Barrie Knitwear, looking on are from left, Robin Ree Macpi  consultant,  Bill Reece from Textile Developments and Rory Graham from Barrie Knitwear ( Chanel Group).

Pioneering new knitwear press trials in Hawick factories

Innerleithen Parish Church

Church’s 150th anniversary

Stuart Hogg scores his first try against Ireland at Murrayfield in this season's RBS Six Nations (picture by  Neil Hanna)

Hogg wins second successive Six Nations championship player award

A glimpse from last year's Aberdeen Asset Management Melrose Sevens, as Edinburgh Accies take on Ayr (picture by David Gibson Fotosport)

Fast forward to sevens action


Melrose want to take Scottish Cup challenge to final stage


Black and yellow sausages could be missing link for Melrose players


Impressive exhibits at Kelso dart gallery

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Yu Kosuge, renowned Japanese pianist at Kelso Old Parish Church.

Passionate performance by Japanese pianist

Nicola Watt and Adam Sherwood strike a post in Innerleithen Operatic Society's 2007 production of Thoroughly Modern Millie.

NOSTALGIA: Innerleithen Opera 2007


When do the clocks go forward this year?

12 day real ale beer festival Wednesday March 22 until
Sunday April 2, inclusive, at your local Wetherspoons

Local pub stages 12-day beer festival