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Colbie-Kate proves a credit to Eyemouth

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Call for more action to tackle air pollution, despite Government ban on the sale of diesel and petrol cars.

More action needed on air pollution

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Mixed picture for Scottish insolvencies

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Scottish workers are only thanked once a month

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Survey reveals families in Scotland missing out on time outside together

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Treating Scotland’s changing drug problem

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National survey results fuel plans to help one of Scotland’s most iconic birds

Environment

Landlord urged to give families time to grieve

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Being a teen today is a breeze, according to new research

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More action needed on air pollution

Transport
At 90 per cent, Scotrails passenger satisfaction is back to its normal high levels, according to a new poll.

Rail passengers give Scotrail the thumbs up

Transport
From left: John Fairweather, regional resilience advisor, Karen Macaulay, national emergency preparedness communications and liaison manager (both Scottish Ambulance Service), Mark Ilderton, head of ScotRail Alliance Integrated Control.

Early interventions help unwell customers and cut delays

Transport
From left, Border Buses supervisor Tony McConnell with operations managers Lee Young and Claire Lark.

End of road for Perryman’s name as bus firm merges Borders subsidiaries

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Family hit out at killer’s claim that victim was a paedophile

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Police, some dressed in riot gear, at the scene of the stand-off on Saturday.

Man appears in court following stand-off

Crime
New research has revealed that marital status and age are key in how older people respond to scams.

Scammers target more than 400,000 older people in Scotland

Crime
Police outside a property in Hawthorn Road, Galashiels

Police operation resolved in Langlee

Crime

Helpline to open again next month for pupils waiting on exam results

Education
Kelso High School, where Ms McWilliam taught modern studies before she stole �12,376 from Duns Summer Festival.

Festival embezzler can teach again

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Julie Pearson, housing care manager at Cornmill Court, with the building's longest resident, 93-year-old Mary McLaren, who has lived there for 14 years.

A new world for Galashiels silver surfers

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Langlee school’s out .... for ever!

Education
Red Letter Day. The Beltane Queen leaves the crowning ceremony.

Crowds turn out for a stunning Peebles Beltane Festival

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More action needed on air pollution

Transport
At 90 per cent, Scotrails passenger satisfaction is back to its normal high levels, according to a new poll.

Rail passengers give Scotrail the thumbs up

Transport
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Signing of the heads of terms of the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal takes place at the Double Tree Hilton on Bread Street

Mixed reaction to new city region deal

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Borders hotel given go-ahead for beer tent and gin bar

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Signing of the heads of terms of the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal takes place at the Double Tree Hilton on Bread Street

Mixed reaction to new city region deal

Business
Tweeddale East councillors Stuart Bell and Shona Haslam.

Borders SNP councillors reject Tory plea to work together

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Hawick councillors Watson MacAteer and Stuart Marshall outside the new cafe.

Councillors hit out after further hold-up hits opening of Hawick cafe

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Scottish Borders Council leader Shona Haslam, front left, and Borders MP David Mundell, three places to her right, at the signing of the deal.

£1.1bn city deal expected to help create jobs and homes in Borders

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The latest national survey of Scotlands population of capercaillie, the worlds largest grouse, estimates there to be only 1114 individuals - making it one of the countrys most endangered birds. Pic credit: Dave Braddock (rspb-images.com).

National survey results fuel plans to help one of Scotland’s most iconic birds

Environment
Campaigners are calling for cameras in slaughterhouses to be required by law.

Petition calls for compulsory CCTV in slaughterhouses

Environment

Loch Mess monsters are ruining our beauty spots

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MacSween recalls haggis products over ‘botulism fears’

Health
Lightburn Elderly Association Project

The Health Lottery is coming to the Borders

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Kelso 16-year-old Em McSporran who is going to shave off her long locks to raise money for Cancer Research after being affected by the plight of Bradley Loiwery,

Em to lose hair for Bradley

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Mark Baxter is pictured with some of his friends and family handing over the cheque to the Margaret Kerr Unit.

Mark’s marathon effort for Margaret Kerr Unit

Health

Pollution in woods still a problem, says group

Environment