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Storm Ophelia - Where and when it might hit

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The Borders General Hospital.

Borders General Hospital hit by norovirus outbreak

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Woman pedestrian seriously injured and A72 closed after road collision near Clovenfords

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Mags Clark, incoming executive director at BUAS, is welcomed by Douglas Stephen, society chairman and Ron Wilson, outgoing secretary.

Borders-born woman in the BUAS hotseat as Ron prepares to hand over reins

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Work could begin on proposed new Jedburgh school within months

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Six of the best give Borders brewery cause for further good cheer

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A winning line-up at Makerstoun

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Driving home the burns awareness message

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No-one should be bought or sold, says justice minister Michael Matheson.

Human trafficking is closer to home than you think

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Scotland steps up to become a lifesaving nation!

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Clackmae Bridge, near Earlston, to be shut for 10 weeks for £690,000 revamp

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The A697 further south, near Powburn.

Tributes paid to Galashiels motorcyclist killed in A697 crash

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A train near Stow on the Borders Railway.

Borders Railway making all the write moves, say award judges

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The Borders General Hospital.

74-year-old in hospital after crash while parking in Peebles

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A train at Stow on the Borders Railway.

End could be in sight to Borders Railway cash dispute

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Human trafficking is closer to home than you think

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Scottish Borders Council leader Shona Haslam.

Authority vows to keep better eye on bullying

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Hawick councillor Stuart Marshall in the Wellfield area of Hawick where there's a dog fouling problem.

Dog fouling policies a shambles, council told

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The vandalised window was boarded up by a pool user

Galashiels swimming pool update: Members thanked for ‘overwhelming’ support

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Work could begin on proposed new Jedburgh school within months

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Hawick councillor Clair Ramage outside Hawick High School.

Splash cash on high school, council urged

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Scottish Borders Council leader Shona Haslam.

Authority vows to keep better eye on bullying

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Sir Michael Strang and Bob Mitchell, chairman of the Black Bob Heritage group, at the opening.

Spirit of Black Bob trail opens

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Hawick councillor Clair Ramage outside Hawick High School.

Hawick High getting raw deal, council told

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Borders-born woman in the BUAS hotseat as Ron prepares to hand over reins

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Tempest Brewing Co co-founder Gavin Meiklejohn, third from left, collecting the award for best lager at this years Scottish Beer Awards. Photo: Rob McDougall.

Six of the best give Borders brewery cause for further good cheer

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Kelso Town Hall.

Kelso tourist information centre to close within weeks

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Clackmae Bridge, near Earlston.

Clackmae Bridge, near Earlston, to be shut for 10 weeks for £690,000 revamp

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Work could begin on proposed new Jedburgh school within months

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Clackmae Bridge, near Earlston.

Clackmae Bridge, near Earlston, to be shut for 10 weeks for £690,000 revamp

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Scottish Borders Council leader Shona Haslam.

Authority vows to keep better eye on bullying

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Hawick councillor Stuart Marshall in the Wellfield area of Hawick where there's a dog fouling problem.

Dog fouling policies a shambles, council told

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Storm Ophelia - Where and when it might hit

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Sir Michael Strang and Bob Mitchell, chairman of the Black Bob Heritage group, at the opening.

Spirit of Black Bob trail opens

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Borders General Hospital hit by norovirus outbreak

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The average home holds a host of hidden dangers, especially for the young, the elderly and those who are the most vulnerable.

Driving home the burns awareness message

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Millfielld Gardens care home in Jedburgh, which operator Bield will close next year.

Bield care home in Jedburgh to close

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YMCA Scotland has joined forces with YMCAs across the UK and Ireland to support a major mental health campaign.

YMCA Scotland supports #IAMWHOLE campaign on World Mental Health Day

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NHS24 will use the development funding to improve the services it offers to people experiencing low mood, depression and anxiety, supporting those who need unscheduled care but do not require to contact emergency services.

£500k to improve first response mental health services.

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