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British Empire Medal for Margaret

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Leaving Harestanes bound for Hawick in the Jimmy Guthrie Memorial rally. Picture: Bill

Memorial run marks racing legend’s special anniversary

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Judy Murray toasts her hosts at the Borders Book Festival.

30,000-plus turnout sets new record for Borders Book Festival

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Carol Klein, third from left, during her visit to the Huntlyburn Ward.

Television gardener pays visit to Borders mental health initiative

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Flood walls needs repairs

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Borderers recognised in Queen’s latest birthday honours list

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Bussin’ of royal flag could be on move

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Earl Haig remembered at Dryburgh

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Hawick Scout Pipe Band play on top of Ruberslaw as part of the band's centenary celebrations.

Band’s celebrations reach new heights

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Which? said that some cameras could be hacked. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Thousands of customers ‘at risk’ following Virgin Media hack

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Report boosts case for extending Borders Railway into Cumbria

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Hawick councillor Davie Paterson surveying the state of the B6399 to Newcastleton from Hawick.

£1m to be spent on improving timber traffic routes in Borders

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Galashiels transport interchange.

Opening hours to be cut at Galashiels transport hub

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A new report is calling for the Borders Railway to be extended beyond Tweedbank.

New report puts case for extending Borders Railway to Hawick and Carlisle

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Hawick councillor Davie Paterson in Cheviot Road.

Bus firm disputes claim that passengers have been left stranded by change of Hawick route

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Banged up for head butt on policeman

Crime
Armed police will remain at the Scottish Parliament

Armed policing to continue at Scottish Parliament

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Sheriff Peter Paterson said both accused knew what they were doing.

Selkirk drug addicts robbed disabled OAP

Crime
Richard Cassidy, who was convicted today of murdering David Farish at his home in Tweedbank in February of last year.

Man who murdered Tweedbank pensioner is convicted

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Children at Hawick's Saturday Polish school.

Immigrant community far from Poles apart

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Janice Chapman, the headteacher of Burnfoot Community School is retiring.

Headteacher bidding fond farewell to Hawick school

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Youngsters can get the chance to listen in to Borders past via the recorded life stories which inspired them.

Turning up the volume on our Borders heritage in Hawick

Education
Students at Heriot Watt University showcased their work at a fashion showcase in Gala.

Students show off their textile talent in Gala

Education

Report boosts case for extending Borders Railway into Cumbria

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Hawick councillor Davie Paterson surveying the state of the B6399 to Newcastleton from Hawick.

£1m to be spent on improving timber traffic routes in Borders

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Barrie Knitwear in Hawick.

Plans for mobile phone mast in Hawick given thumbs-up

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Firm in charge of new Hawick park cafe revealed

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The public toilets in Kelso's Shedden Park.

Spending a penny now costs 30p in Borders

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Hawick's Common Haugh car park.

£3,000 plans for gates at Hawick car park face knockback

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Barrie Knitwear in Hawick.

Plans for mobile phone mast in Hawick given thumbs-up

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Bid to turn town into magnet for business

Business
Hawick councillor Davie Paterson picking up dog dirt in Melgund Place.

Hawick residents cry foul over increase in dog dirt

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Braw Lad and Lass with the Laird.

Iconic Gala tower is restored

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Calls to charity show emotional abuse soaring

Health

Adults under 25 “twice as likely” to suffer from hay fever as over 55s

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Doddie Weir at the Greenyards earlier this year.

Rugby legend Doddie reveals MND diagnosis

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Pictured (left to right) are: Masashi Miyamoto, KHKs Director of Corporate Strategy and Planning; Lucy Alkin-Young; Dr. Nobuo Hanai; Dr. Tom Stratford at the company's Galashiels HQ.

Pharmaceutical firm boss applauds expansion work

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Kelso Community Hospital.

Borders hospital open again after outbreak of vomiting virus

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