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Ex cop has ‘no confidence’ in Borders police service

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David Mundell recently visited Broughton Ales and was delighted to hear about plans to expand the site. He is pictured with David McGowan, left, and John Hunt , right, from Broughton Ales.

Spring is beer! Local breweries thrive in the new season

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A golden eagle in flight.

Borders eagle project about to take flight after landing £1.3m grant

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The male tourist dances in comic fashion before a Scots guardsmen makes him think again. (Photo: lokirna md45/YouTube)

‘Get yersel’ away!’ Queen’s guard soldier yells at dancing tourist outside St James’s Palace

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It’s a fair cop as Hawick’s Andrew is honoured as force for good

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Borders council convener standing down

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Opposition mounting to plans for new homes in Denholm

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Demolition of old Hawick playpark under way

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Police Scotland is encouraging the public to speak up and help to tackle hate crime.

Public urged to speak up and report hate crime

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Children raise money for NSPCC Scotland

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Borders bridge to be closed to heavy lorries ahead of £640,000 revamp

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A Perryman's bus at Burnfoot in Hawick.

Extended bus services on way in Hawick

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Service disruptions as person is hit by train

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An X95 bus in Hawick.

Bus services in Borders face uncertain future as First pulls out

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Ex cop has ‘no confidence’ in Borders police service

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Police Scotland is encouraging the public to speak up and help to tackle hate crime.

Public urged to speak up and report hate crime

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Wilton Lodge Park's new playpark.

Yobs already targeting £300k new playpark

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Kelso Police Station

Police station vandal

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Melrose youngsters are quiz whizz-kids

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Wilton Lodge Park's new playpark.

Yobs already targeting £300k new playpark

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Sanna Aziz has been elected as MSYP for Midlothian South, Tweeddale and Lauderdale, Tanya Thomson and Georgia Pritchard both won seats for Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire.

New youth MSPs set out their priorities

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Scottish Borders Council convener Graham Garvie, architectural manager Ray Cherry, the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry and council leader David Parker at the opening of the new Leader Valley School at Earlston.

Seven news headteachers needed by Borders schools

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Spring is beer! Local breweries thrive in the new season

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Ed Sheeran is one of the celebrities supporting this year's Comic Relief campaign.

Spark Energy volunteers do their bit for Comic Relief

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Artist impression of the new Murray House dementia unit in Kelso.

Kelso to house the region’s first specialist dementia unit

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Lindsay Holmes from the SWI tempts Craig Jackson and Russell Jackson to try black pudding and pineapple sausages.

Black and yellow sausages could be missing link for Melrose players

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Borders council convener standing down

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Denholm Community Council chairwoman Gwen Crew and secretary Will Roberts at the controversial site near Craigard.

Opposition mounting to plans for new homes in Denholm

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Demolition work is under way at the old Volunteer Park playpark in Hawick.

Demolition of old Hawick playpark under way

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Melrose quiz team members Alexander Hart, Rufus Mollart, Grace McWhinnie, Thea Foulkes and Meghan Roper.

Melrose youngsters are quiz whizz-kids

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Sanna Aziz has been elected as MSYP for Midlothian South, Tweeddale and Lauderdale, Tanya Thomson and Georgia Pritchard both won seats for Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire.

New youth MSPs set out their priorities

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Borders eagle project about to take flight after landing £1.3m grant

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Wilton Lodge Park's new playpark.

Yobs already targeting £300k new playpark

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Stay healthy at Easter

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Cabinet Secretary for Health listens to the questions from our readers. Picture: Greg Macvean

Striking a healthy balance

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Artist impression of the new Murray House dementia unit in Kelso.

Kelso to house the region’s first specialist dementia unit

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Two cases ofSchmallenberg Virus have been diagnosed in maformed lambs from Scottish flocks.

Schmallenberg Virus found in Scotland

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One in five referrals were refused in 2015.

Call for a review of children and young people rejected by mental health services

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