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Votes sought in Scottish nature photography poll

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Property expert and TV presenter Amanda Lamb.

Scottish home sellers pay out £156 million in the great commisery sleepwalk

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Sleep Stories are a new way of winding down and drifting off.

‘Bedtime stories for adults’ prove online hit

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Stretch of Mansfield Road to be closed

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X95 service safe, say bus bosses

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Dalton’s is best bar none for ale quality

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Christmas costs expected to reach until spring

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Inquiries to the TWS Bikes robbery in December are still on going

Police pleased to report having quiet Christmas

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The Great Tapestry of Scotland is being exhibited at New Lanark from October 20 to November 23. Entry to view the tapestry is free, and visitors can receive 10 per cent off New Lanark Visitor Centre tickets with their Great Tapestry admission ticket. It is open 10am to 5pm daily (last entry 4pm). Official opening of the Tapestry on Wednesday, October 22, 2014.

Pics by freelancer Sarah Peters

Opposition to £6.8m centre continuing

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Hawicks Fraser Renwick shows some nifty footwork during his sides victory over Glasgow Hawks.

HAWICK IN HURRY TO SEE OFF CURRIE

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Hawicks Shawn Muir is a hard man to bring down as he shows his strength during the weekend win over Glasgow Hawks.

Greens get timely boost in drop fight

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Glasgow Warriors assistant coach Dan McFarland meets the media ahead of their game against Munster. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

Glasgow’s Euro mission can pave way for Scotland to progress

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EXCLUSIVE: Hawick chief tackles issues facing Greens

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Royalists start the new year in some style with derby delight

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Event’s future looks bleak after MSA blow

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Greens make it Gala occasion as they put down a marker

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CHANCE FOR GREENS SHOOTS OF RECOVERY

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Opportunity for all young musicians

Music
Peter Moore, youngest ever winner of Young Musician of the Year, trombonist

Trombone playing prodigy at Kelso

Music

Revealed: The bad spending habits leaving Scots skint

Lifestyle

10 most complained-about adverts in 2016

Lifestyle
The Great Tapestry of Scotland is being exhibited at New Lanark from October 20 to November 23. Entry to view the tapestry is free, and visitors can receive 10 per cent off New Lanark Visitor Centre tickets with their Great Tapestry admission ticket. It is open 10am to 5pm daily (last entry 4pm). Official opening of the Tapestry on Wednesday, October 22, 2014.

Pics by freelancer Sarah Peters

Opposition to £6.8m centre continuing

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