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Positive life choices promoted in Hawick

Education
John Raine, chairman of NHS Borders.

Time to give credit where it’s due

Health
A sea of yellow ready to walk through Glasgow to raise money for the Cancer Charity.   Photograph by Alan Peebles

Charity pledges £14 million to fight cancer

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View are being sought as part of Police Scotlands public consultation.

Public consulted on future of Police Scotland

Crime 1

New Fairtrade film challenges Scots not to feed exploitation

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New vehicle tax rates to be introduced

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Just a quarter of Scottish workers get enough mental health support

News

Extra drive on roads maintenance

News

Brits tell 20 fibs a week about their ‘healthy’ living habits!

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Homes pay out £86m to retired Scots

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Bus routes diverted amidst bridge repairs

Transport
Hawick's Commercial Road is to reopen tomorrow.

Hawick road to reopen ahead of schedule

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Tweedbank train station, the end of the line for the Borders Railway line

Brawl leads to Borders-bound train being stopped

Crime
Hawick councillor Watson McAteer near where the town's old railway bridge used to be.

Tourism figures add momentum to calls to extend Borders Railway to Hawick

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Public consulted on future of Police Scotland

Crime 1

Men arrested following Gala thefts

Crime
Jedburgh Sheriff Court sign.

£250k win goes up in smoke

Crime
Jedburgh Sheriff Court, Jedburgh Justice of the Peace Court.

Shop assistant foiled drug-fuelled raider

Crime

Positive life choices promoted in Hawick

Education
Members of Selkirk High School Journey 2 Change committee.

South African kids set to enjoy a busy week in Selkirk

Education
Heavy snow is expected to fall across the region.

All school transport cancelled for tomorrow

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Deborah Ivalo and Mags Richardson from Langlee Primary School meet Jordanian staff.

Borders teachers learning lessons from overseas

Education

New paint firm could be a charity’s crowning glory

Business
Easter Langlee Landfill Site near Galashiels.

Contamination assurances sought over £5m waste station

Environment

Businesses face a ‘staggering increase’ in rates bills

Business
Windlestraw owners John and Sylvia Matthews with VisitScotland Regional Director Doug Wilson.

Manor is first for Borders in top tourism award

News

SBC asked to pay £123k for Roman revamp

Politics

Council leader set to be quizzed on budget proposals

Politics
Scottish Borders Housing Association in Selkirk.

MSP voices fears over SBHA governance

Politics
Selkirk Police Station.

High crime activity for start of year

News
Councillors Graham Garvie, Frances Renton, David Parker and Stuart Bell toast the new affordable homes in Innerleithen

Mind the gap? It’s now three affordable homes

Politics

Contamination assurances sought over £5m waste station

Environment
Heavy snow is expected to fall across the region.

Ice warning issued as temperatures set to fall

Environment
Dawyck Scottish Snowdrops Festival 2017.

Flower power on show for event

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Time to give credit where it’s due

Health
Karen Lau, pictured right, with link worker Susan Rendell

Shifting the focus from illness to person

News

‘Sincere apology’ over treatment

Health
PND Borders volunteers and trustees, from left,  Amy Slorance, Colette Walker, Barbara Wright and Claire Chalmers.

Funding secures future of PND Borders charity

Health

Shigellosis: Everything you need to know about this highly infectious bug

Health