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Cardrona drink-driver banned for being more than five times limit

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The Gytes leisure centre in Peebles.

62-year-old fined £320 for assaulting Peebles leisure centre worker

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Selkirk Sheriff Court.

Galashiels man fined £200 for heroin possession

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Hawick woman admits stealing make-up from Kelso shop

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Woman admits attacking two policemen during disturbance in Hawick

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Earlston bust-up leads to unpaid work order for Galashiels man

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Tweedbank man admits causing trouble in Galashiels and at hospital

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The Gluepot pub in Overhaugh Street, Galashiels.

Hawick woman admits violent struggle with staff at Galashiels pub

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Herges on the Loch at Tweedbank.

Asian street food van granted licence to trade beside Tweedbank loch

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Hannah in high-flying action.

Success in the saddle for ex-Borders girl Hannah

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Putting some newly-acquired skills to the test (picture by Douglas Hardie)

Skill through fun at the Greenyards

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John Wilson aboard Silver Dream Spirit (picture by Sue Robb)

John the donkey boss wins star search to qualify for Horse of the Year show

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Brendan Steele.

Live coverage from the Open Championship at Carnoustie

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Advantage tennis players as Kelso stages contests

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Border Games classic will be the big noise around Jedburgh

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Galashiels loves new status as centre for tennis development

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This weekend (July 21-22) Berwick Town Hall and the ramparts beside Berwick Barracks will provide the splendid settings for medieval and Elizabethan period living history encampments, displays and interactive demonstrations of crafts, weapons and combat of the period.

Experience medieval life in Berwick this weekend

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Bowhill House tour guide Adam Borwick with the recently restored Boulle commode,  designed by renowned French cabinetmaker to Louis XIV, Andr�-Charles Boulle.

18th century Boulle Commode restored to its former glory

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Young People's Glasgow 2018 Junk Art Challenge'Pictured ' L to r'Joe Meekison , Mairead Reid, Rebecca Adams and Nikki McGlynn in George Square in Glasgow.''Aspiring young artists are being challenged to take part in an ambitious art project to design three sculptures made of recycled materials. The sculptures will be showcased at the Year of Young People 2018 space at GO LIVE! at the Green during the Glasgow 2018 European Championships.''The Junk Art Challenge, launched by Young Scot, calls for artists to create thought-provoking sculpture designs that explore young people's passion for sustainability including reducing plastic waste and improving recycling in Scotland.''Young artists aged 11-26 will use recycled, upcycled and reclaimed materials for their sculpture to champion sustainability. The chosen three ideas will be brought to life with help from members of the public of all ages at GO LIVE on the Green.''The activity is part of the young people's area at GO LIVE! at the Green which will be themed aro

Young artists challenged to transform junk into artworks

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Langholm Cornet Iain Little at Hawick Common Riding in June.

Here’s your Langholm Common Riding timetable

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Bowhill House tour guide Adam Borwick with the Boulle commode

Rare French piece on view

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Kelso Laddie Sean leads first civic week rideouts

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