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Memorable event sees 400 people head to the hill in hunt for haggis

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Just one fatty meal can damage liver

Health
HMRC has revealed a list of the most outlandish expenses which customers tried to claim back on their 2014-15 Self Assessment returns.

Most optimistic Self Assessment expense claims

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The problems faced by Scotlands rail passengers has resulted in a significant drop in overall passenger satisfaction.  Pic: Ian Georgeson.

‘Disappointing’ results for rail passengers

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Asda Wonky Veg win best new product award

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Need to boost workplace flexibility for the lower-paid

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Review of maternity and neonatal services in Scotland

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Royal approval for Scotland’s Highland Games

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Has your pooch piled on the pounds over Christmas?

Almost half of Scotland’s dogs gained too much weight over Xmas

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Broadmeadows Bridge set to close for five days

Transport
Road closed.

Snow drifts force rush hour road closures

Transport
Sandy and Jane Glendinning are among the Walkerburn residents facing a hefty bill for repairs to the retaining wall.

Plans being drawn up to repair A72 wall at Walkerburn

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A7 set for closures in January and February at Langholm bridge

Transport

Supermarket worker’s £7,000 benefits fiddle

Crime
Netflix users have been contacted recently by email scammers.

Warning over Netflix scam

Crime
Floral tributes on Swinton village green following the death of three spectators during the Jim Clark Rally

Event’s future looks bleak after MSA blow

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Tweedbank pensioner reported missing

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Good causes bag windfalls worth £60,000

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Group looks to revive interest in textiles

Education
Pictured left to right are students: (back) Katie Wilson, Rebecca Brandon, Lauren Flockhart, Marlene Hobson & Andy Robson, and (front) Marcus Gordon and Jordan White.

Client design project for Borders students

Education
Paxton House

£56,000 boost for waterwheel revamp project

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Hawick councillor Watson McAteer at the old Hobkirk Primary School.

Borders primary school facing axe could be given new lease of life

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Good causes bag windfalls worth £60,000

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Kelvin Pate.

Kelvin is Lothian and Borders chairman

Business
Eileen Paris at the Exchange Bar, in Hawick.

Border pubs hailed as real glass acts

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Walter Thomson's printers in Scott's Close, Selkirk.

New lease of life for our old home

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Group looks to revive interest in textiles

Education
Hawick councillor Davie Paterson examines the green waste dumped near Hawick Rugby Club.

Anger over green waste dumped near Hawick recycling centre

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Souters to look into ways of preserving historic Auld Kirk

Environment
Hawick councillor Davie Paterson examines the green waste dumped near Hawick Rugby Club.

Anger over green waste dumped near Hawick recycling centre

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Poultry owners warned to protect their flocks

Environment
Gales are expected to batter most of Scotland from Wednesday

Blizzards set to bring travel disruption across Scotland

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Just one fatty meal can damage liver

Health
Cervical screening is at a 10-year low while the number of deaths from cervical cancer has increased by 24 per cent.

Concern as cancer screening hits 10-year low

Health
The Westbury family , from left,  Matthew, Tony, Kirsty and Heather.

Westbury family set a charity challenge a month in memory of Ailsa

Health
Brian and Shona Johnstone with daughter Rhiana and son Larsson at home in Galashiels.

‘Walking frame will extend Rihanna’s life’

Health

Poultry owners warned to protect their flocks

Environment