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Border ladies shine at wedding awards

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Borders College students on a skills for learning and work programme got involved in making improvements to the woodland walk at Abbotsford House as part of their John Muir Award. Pictured, from left: students Stuart McDonald, Scott Goodfellow, Logan Bell, Robert Frew, Danielle Cairns, Scott Goodfellow, Jonavan Barnes (lecturer), Matthew Tunnock and Darren Mould.

Borders students take woodland walk work in their stride

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An afternoon tea at Peebles Hydro raised �4,000  enough for two new audio-books for blind and partially-sighted adults and children.
The fundraising event, organised by local optician Linda Quinn in support of sight-loss charity RNIB Scotland, was attended by 170 people.
 Pictured, from left  Corrine MacRaild (RNIB volunteer), Angela Preston, Pauline Weir (Tesco community champion) and Linda Quinn.

Tea time and seeing a way to raise £4,000 at Peebles

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Alec puts in half a century behind the wheel of a tractor

Business

WASPI women in new push for SPA equality fairness

News

Three arrests in immigration takeaway raid

Crime

Post Office says Melrose will not lose its service

Business
Pic copyright to Google Maps 2017 - sweetie shop which previously occupied 38 Bank St, Galashiels. Application to turn it into a dog grooming business has been rejected.

Application to turn sweetie shop into dog grooming business rejected

Business
Miller admitted smashing windows at Melrose Police Station.

Teen jailed for a year over catalogue of offences

Crime
The trophy-winning ladies from last year's Borders Triathlon series (picture by Rob Gray).

Can you help out at Borders Triathlons?

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Samantha Kinghorn.

Sammi shares Commonwealth hopes

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Lucy Hope (picture by Andrew O'Brien)

Lucy hopes BUCS contest will pay out big rewards

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Sarah Robertson (picture by Stuart Cobley).

Selkirk’s Sarah celebrates Team Scotland selection

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Scots stop off at Netherdale for open training session

Rugby

Coughlin takes on manager’s role at Selkirk FC

Football

Charity run set to bring a burst of colour to Galashiels

News

Noble to quit as Gala FR boss at end of season

Football
Noel Gallagher at 2016's Kendal Calling. Photo: Tom Martin.

Electric Fields flying high after landing Noel Gallagher, James and Leftfield as headliners

Music
How the Eastgate Theatre in Peebles will look if a proposed �1.5m revamp goes ahead.

Peebles theatre given £10,000 boost in bid for £1.5m revamp

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Catfish and the Bottlemen are among the headliners at this year's Kendal Calling festival.

Catfish and the Bottlemen, Run DMC and the Libertines to headline 2018’s Kendal Calling festival

Music
Volunteer Park in Hawick

Borders’ 2G and 3G pitches achieve sporting goals

Lifestyle
Landscape shot of Langlee, possibly taken in the late 1960s.  Pic George Crooks.

Langlee landscape is all change since 1960s

Lifestyle
Killer set...Seal turned on the style with his big band at the Usher Hall in Edinuburgh on Saturday night, performing Standards as well as some of his biggest hits. (Pic: Robert Kidd)

Seal is a sensation singing Standards in Scotland

Lifestyle