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Witness appeal after scissor lift is stolen from fish factory

Crime
Colder weather is on the way

Most of Scotland to be hit with icy weather

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Jedburgh Sheriff Court.

33-year-old man accused of “doing his best” to avoid court appearance

Crime

Man admits breaching bail

Crime

Work about to start on Hawick industrial units

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Man fined £200 for homophobic abuse

Crime

Consultation under way on plans to shut Hawick primary school

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At the cheque handover are pal Evanna Holland, event helper Fiona Holmes, Save the Childrens Jane Lord and Coleen Stevenson, pals Catriona Innes and Jen Holmes, grandmother Liz Montgomery, mum Fiona Stuart, grandad Jim Montgomery and dad Callum Stuart. Fellow event organiser Claire Mahon isnt pictured.

Charity given £3,000 boost in memory of tragic Alex

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Hawick councillor Davie Paterson in Moat Park.

Spinning around in prospect again as £5,500 handout agreed to buy new roundabout for Hawick park

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David Carney's car careering out of control at the 2014 Jim Clark Rally.

2014 Jim Clark Rally triple tragedy was avoidable, rules sheriff

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Roxburgh Street in Kelso.

Kelso street to reopen to traffic tonight

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There's been huge disruption in the town centre

‘Lazy’ drivers warned to heed parking rules in Selkirk

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Stock image: by Ian Georgeson Photography.

Borders taxi drivers facing new medical checks

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Witness appeal after scissor lift is stolen from fish factory

Crime
Jedburgh Sheriff Court.

33-year-old man accused of “doing his best” to avoid court appearance

Crime
Jedburgh Sheriff Court.

Man admits breaching bail

Crime
Selkirk Sheriff Court.

Man fined £200 for homophobic abuse

Crime

Consultation under way on plans to shut Hawick primary school

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The old Kelso High School at Bowmont Street.

Future of old Kelso High School site remains unclear

Education
From left, college facilities manager Robert Hewitt, Sharcs Russ Burton, Scottish Water Horizons Donald MacBrayne and Ian Dunsmore, Sharcs Laura Bishop, Lynn Mueller and Joe Short, college vice-principal Pete Smith and Sharcs Nathan Burton.

Borders College proves to be hot stuff at award event

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What could your potential earnings be?

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

Work about to start on Hawick industrial units

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Farmers Alistair, Ross and Jen McAulay at Wauchope Farm.

Borders farmers fearful lynx would kill their sheep

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Kelso Ram Sales in Springwood Park, Kelso. Ron Wilson, ringing the bell to start the auctions, is retiring as Secretary of the Border Union Agricultural Show which also relieves him of his duties at the Kelso Ram Sales.

Looking forward to a fluffy future after 20 years at Springwood Park

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Catherine Maxwell Stuart.

Funding secured for bid to create Tweed Valley business improvement district

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Work about to start on Hawick industrial units

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St Margaret's RC Primary School, Hawick.

Consultation under way on plans to shut Hawick primary school

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Hawick councillor Davie Paterson in Moat Park.

Spinning around in prospect again as £5,500 handout agreed to buy new roundabout for Hawick park

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Philip Hammond delivering his budget today. Photo: UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor.

MPs welcome Borderlands growth deal pledge in budget

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The 70 new homes planned at the Selkirks Heather Mill are just a fraction of those which will be hit by the charges.

Council to charge for street and property naming

Politics

Hawick school forced to go on lookout as dog fouling worsens

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Farmers Alistair, Ross and Jen McAulay at Wauchope Farm.

Borders farmers fearful lynx would kill their sheep

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Volunteers at work in Ancrum.

Ancrum group advancing towards biodiversity

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Tree will light way to Christmas at Borders General Hospital again

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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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St Margaret's Care Centre at Hawick.

Sixth member of staff suspended as Hawick care home probe continues

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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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