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Woolworths set for shock return to the high street

Business
Selkirk Sheriff Court, Justice of the Peace, Procurator Fiscal

Galashiels male, 16, accused of raping two 14-year-olds

Crime
Muirburn in the Lammermuirs.

Gamekeepers keep fighting fire with fire

Business
The centre at Glentress attracts many cyclists daily

Two bikes, valued at £5,500, stolen in daylight robbery

Crime

Man in court to face charge of murdering his wife in Melrose

News

There be gold in them thar rollin’ hills

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Greg and Amy are the perfect double act for Galashiels

News

Cash stolen as burglars target Hawick nursery

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To avoid disappointment, the train operator is encouraging customers to plan ahead

Scotland-wide rail upgrade means journey changes

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More than a quarter of cancer patients haven’t visited GP

News 1

Support continues to grow for extension of Borders Railway into England

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The car park at Ettrick Riverside, Selkirk.

Green light for new car park at Ettrick Riverside

Transport
Traffic jams in Selkirk's town centre.

Traders hit out at traffic delays

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A Borders Railway service arriving at Stow.

Moves to extend Borders Railway building up head of steam as study starts

News 2
Easter commuters face travel delays

Lengthy delays predicted for Easter travellers

Transport

Galashiels male, 16, accused of raping two 14-year-olds

Crime
The centre at Glentress attracts many cyclists daily

Two bikes, valued at £5,500, stolen in daylight robbery

Crime
Priorwood Court in Melrose.

Man in court to face charge of murdering his wife in Melrose

News
Hawick police station.

Cash stolen as burglars target Hawick nursery

News

More than £570k spent last year on supply teachers

Education
Students, from left,  Ryan Ford, Ash Nairn and Daniel Chapman.

Hawick’s Howdens help out students

Education
Currie Memorial Hall in Lilliesleaf was awarded a cash grant of more than �4,340 to improve safety for pupils who attend classes such as PE at the hall.

£4k grant to benefit schoolchildren

Education
Selkirk High School pupils Andy Brown and Joe Bell will travel to France to take part in the Battle of Arras commemorations.

Selkirk students will observe Arras centenary in France

Education

Woolworths set for shock return to the high street

Business
Muirburn in the Lammermuirs.

Gamekeepers keep fighting fire with fire

Business
The Borders Railway currently terminates at Tweedbank, but momentum is growing for it to be extended south west.

Support continues to grow for extension of Borders Railway into England

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From left: Carlo Corace, sales manager for Delitalia Scotland; Martino Mainiero, managing director of Delitalia UK; Paolo Crolla, owner of Paolo's Italian; Roberto Rotatori of the Santa Barbara vineyard; and Joe Hurd, celebrity chef.

Celebrity chef Joe helps Paolo with wine choice

Business

MSP leads Addaction debate in Holyrood

Politics

Grahame: ‘Get on with your job, John’

Politics
Galashiels Community Waste Recycling Centre & Easter Langlee Landfill Site.

Waste tranfer station bid set for green light

Politics
Council candidates, from left, Simon Ritchie, Shona Haslam, Stuart Bell and Robin Tatler with the petition.

Innerleithen post office petition gathers support

Business

Gamekeepers keep fighting fire with fire

Business
The River Teviot in Hawick.

£41m flood scheme is a step nearer reality

Environment
Galashiels Community Waste Recycling Centre & Easter Langlee Landfill Site.

Waste tranfer station bid set for green light

Politics

Friends of Bob help fund defibrillator for Selkirk

Health
92-year-old Robert Cheape with mini-Shetland pony, Wilson at Riverside Health Care Centre, Selkirk.

Borders debut for mini ponies

Health
Earlston health centre at Kidgate.

Health centre gets go ahead for major revamp

Health
Steven Porter of Porter's Porches in Galashiels.

Calls for van parking at Borders hospital

Health
Bob Quilietti of Gordon in Berwickshire with his alarm he wears around his neck.

Extra £125 a year for essential service shocks former magician

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