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‘Lazy’ drivers warned to heed parking rules in Selkirk

Transport
Cllr Stuart Marshall is bowing out after 20 years

Era ends for common riding as five resign

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Huge losses for the company

Borders knitwear company announces £4.9m loss

Business
Catherine Maxwell Stuart.

Funding secured for bid to create Tweed Valley business improvement district

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Kelso street to reopen to traffic tonight

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Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Education

Hawick pub’s toilets setting the bar high, say award judges

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Outcry as Borders firefighters forced to put lifesaving project on hold

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Stock image: by Ian Georgeson Photography.

Borders taxi drivers facing new medical checks

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Teviotdale Young Farmers' Club members meeting Matt Baker.

Hawick welcomes rickshaw charity challenge team

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‘Lazy’ drivers warned to heed parking rules in Selkirk

Transport
Roxburgh Street in Kelso.

Kelso street to reopen to traffic tonight

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Stock image: by Ian Georgeson Photography.

Borders taxi drivers facing new medical checks

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The junction of the A6088 and A698 at Hawick.

81-year-old driver charged over collision with motorbike at Hawick

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The road to Hassendean.

Family pay tribute to man found dead on road near Denholm

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Teen denies takeaway assault

Crime

Driver escapes ban after colliding with tree

Crime
Selkirk Sheriff Court

Threatened to throw former partner over balcony

Crime
Galashiels police station, in Bridge Street.

Witness appeal after burglars steal cash from Kelso house

News

Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Education
Morrison's David Wilson, Head Boy Charlie Graves, Head Girl Aimee Martin, Councillor Hamilton and Paul McGirk of Hub South East Scotland

High hopes as pupils move into £22.5m new school

Education
Does your school have a budding Dickens who could write the next Christmas classic?

Prizes on offer for new Christmas classic

Education
How a �625,000 support centre for pupils with complex needs being built at Galashiels Academy will look.

Work under way on £1.25m extensions to two Borders schools

News
Morag Grant shows her remembrance artwork to military students at Borders College.

Student creates poppy tribute to Borders’ war dead

News

‘Lazy’ drivers warned to heed parking rules in Selkirk

Transport
Huge losses for the company

Borders knitwear company announces £4.9m loss

Business
Catherine Maxwell Stuart.

Funding secured for bid to create Tweed Valley business improvement district

News
Roxburgh Street in Kelso.

Kelso street to reopen to traffic tonight

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Kelso street to reopen to traffic tonight

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Hawick fire station manager Russell Bell.

Outcry as Borders firefighters forced to put lifesaving project on hold

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Stock image: by Ian Georgeson Photography.

Borders taxi drivers facing new medical checks

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Morrison's David Wilson, Head Boy Charlie Graves, Head Girl Aimee Martin, Councillor Hamilton and Paul McGirk of Hub South East Scotland

High hopes as pupils move into £22.5m new school

Education
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.

Borders MP urges Scottish Government to abandon bid for second independence vote

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Easter Langlee Landfill Site near Galashiels.

Waste site plans up for debate once again

Environment

Outcry as Borders firefighters forced to put lifesaving project on hold

News
St Margaret's Care Centre at Hawick.

Sixth member of staff suspended as Hawick care home probe continues

News
The old Craw Wood nursing home in Tweedbank.

£850,000 plan agreed in bid to tackle bed-blocking at Borders General Hospital

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Ellena Martin and daughter Poppy Shields.

Parents face race to raise £300,000 in bid to save Poppy’s life

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Scottish Health Awards 2017 - Corn Exchange Edinburgh. 

Winner - Intergrated care for old people - Jacquiline Mardon

Melrose ambulance crews ‘deliver above and beyond’

Health