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Selkirk eyesore site goes back on the market

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The Bourtree in Hawick.

Police concerned about Hawick pub’s bid to let teenagers in on their own

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Hawick Volunteer Flood Group chairman Stuart Marshall in its Teviotdale Leisure Centre headquarters.

Hawick volunteers in running for £10,000 prize

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The Lauderdale Hotel in Lauder.

Police objecting to beer tent bid by Borders hotel

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Neighbours of Peebles restaurant opposing late-night booze bid

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Borders actor Jack’s flying high as Second World War blockbuster opens

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Kieran joins the Ex men after serving town well

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Bowhill’s boudoir gets a facelift

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Selkirkshire councillor Gordon Edgar.

Still time to beat the nomination deadline

Politics
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

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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A sign warning of a road closure on the A6088 near Hawick.

Stretch of A6088 near Hawick to be closed for three weeks

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Lowood Bridge, near Melrose.

Borders bridge to be closed for five days

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Hawick's Dovemount roundabout.

A7 to close at Hawick for roadworks again later in month

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Woman was pushed to ground near Kelso pub

Crime
Mitsuibushi L200 car

Thieves target multiple Peebles homes overnight

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Thefts of quad bikes and tractors has fallen in the last two years.

Fall in tractor and quad bike thefts

Crime
Councillor Clair Ramage at a bus stop in Burnfoot.

Stone-throwing yobs slammed for putting lives at risk during attack on Hawick bus

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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

News

Selkirk eyesore site goes back on the market

News
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
Selkirk's junior football players model their new season kit last week.

Firms show support to young Souter footballers

Sport
North Sea cod stocks have now been declared sustainable a decade after coming close to collapse.

North Sea cod stocks declared sustainable

Business

Police concerned about Hawick pub’s bid to let teenagers in on their own

News
The Lauderdale Hotel in Lauder.

Police objecting to beer tent bid by Borders hotel

News
The Panna restaurant in Peebles.

Neighbours of Peebles restaurant opposing late-night booze bid

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Selkirkshire councillor Gordon Edgar.

Still time to beat the nomination deadline

Politics
John Lamont (Scottish Conservative)
Duns election hustings.

Lamont pushes for Polish people’s rights

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Bee Orchids are discovered for the first time growing in Berwickshire

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Sofa so good as the social media campaign to promote this free uplift service reaches one million people

Video shows how to skip the trip to the tip

Environment
Poll calls to protect places like the hill Quinag in the Scottish Highlands. Pic: Kevin Lelland.

Poll calls for Scotland’s wild lands to be protected

Environment
The yellow-legged tortoiseshell. Picture: SWNS

Sir David Attenborough warning of butterfly decline - and how you can help

Environment

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