The Southern Reporter

Hawick man jailed for headbutting police officers

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Princes Street in Hawick is currently home to paedophile Thomas Hoare, but he plans to move back to England once released from jail.

Hawick child rapist jailed for breaching sexual offences prevention order

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A tea party was held at Gala Rugby Club to mark the 80th anniversary of one of the UK's largest volunteering organisations, the Royal Voluntary Service (RVS). Sabrina Edwards, RVS's Borders service manager, and Borders MP John Lamont with recipients of long-service awards ' Susan Donald (five years); Isobel Lafferty (5); Andy Moyes (5); Maria Noble (5); Jennifer Pearce (5); May Sinclair (5); Christeen Whitelaw (5); Sandy McLaren (5); Robert Fraser (10); Jean Oliver (10) and Elizabeth Darling (15).

Borderers who have volunteering down to a tea

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Darren aims to help Borders General Hospital stroke ward with darts event cash

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Lowood Bridge open again after £640,000 revamp

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Two treehouses planned as farm branches out

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Council leader to visit Hawick on grass-cutting walkaround

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Duncan Sim.

Human remains in St Andrews confirmed as missing Duns student Duncan Sim

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Royal Burgh Standard Bearer Peter Forrest

No nerves for relaxed Peter ahead of Selkirk’s big day

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View from the stands as Scotland take on Brazil in 1982

What we miss as Scotland fans: the 1982 World Cup revisited

Football
David Weatherston has previewed the World Cup competitors. He is an ambassador for Support in Mind Scotland. Picture John Devlin.

World Cup 2018: David Weatherston’s preview

Football
Mark Beaumont.

Mark getting on his bike to explain to Borders festival-goers what 
it takes to break a world record

Arts
Action from the final as South take on Melrose Storm.

SNUFFED OUT BY PERFECT STORM

Rugby

Earlston event raises curtain on new term of Borders Games

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Southern squad ready to draw on vast reserves of experience

Rugby

Biggest bike festival returning to best venue in the Borders

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Capital gain for young cricket players in tournament to remember young Rowan

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Top TV chefs, The Hairy Bikers open this weekend's Baillie Gifford Borders Book Festival in Melrose. Picture: Alex Hewitt

Hairy Bikers dish up book festival starter

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Royal Burgh Standard Bearer Peter Forrest

No nerves for relaxed Peter ahead of Selkirk’s big day

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A chance to win exclusive mainstage performance slot supporting Happy Mondays at Lindisfarne Festival 2018 on Beal Farm, Northumberland overlooking Holy Island from  August 30 - 2rd September 2.

Win a performance slot supporting Happy Mondays

Music
Direct flights between Beijing and Edinburgh have started

Scots spend up to £50 in the airport whilst flights are delayed

Lifestyle