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Storm Ophelia - Where and when it might hit

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The Borders General Hospital.

Borders General Hospital hit by norovirus outbreak

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The average home holds a host of hidden dangers, especially for the young, the elderly and those who are the most vulnerable.

Driving home the burns awareness message

Health
No-one should be bought or sold, says justice minister Michael Matheson.

Human trafficking is closer to home than you think

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Scotland steps up to become a lifesaving nation!

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Kelso tourist information centre to close within weeks

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Concern growing that cafe might not open until April

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Splash cash on high school, council urged

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Hawick councillor Watson McAteer on the narrow footpath at the side of the A7.

Parkdaill ‘a disaster waiting to happen’

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Scottish Government urged to act on climate emergency

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Borders Railway failing to yield housing boost predicted for region

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A Borders Railway train at Newtongrange.

Enterprise boss backing Borders Railway extension campaign

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New traffic islands have already been created on the A7 at Hawick, and further improvements to the road are to follow soon.

Work to start soon on danger bends on A7 in Borders

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From left, Hawick and Hermitage councillor Davie Paterson, Borders MP John Lamont and MSP Rachael Hamilton with Simon Walton of the Campaign for Borders Rail.

Campaigners mark second anniversary of Borders Railway by stepping up calls for extension

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A steam train on the Borders Railway in Galashiels bound for Tweedbank.

Borders Railway extension campaign boosted by English council’s backing

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Human trafficking is closer to home than you think

Crime
Crimestoppers wants people to speak up about hate crime.

Scots urged to report hate crime

Crime
IAM RoadSmart recommends  a drink-drive rehabilitation course should be made compulsory for those convicted of drink-driving, as opposed to it being voluntary.

Road safety charity call to reduce deaths caused by drink-driving

Crime
Hawick's High Street.

Witness appeal as Hawick High Street break-ins continue

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Splash cash on high school, council urged

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Hawick councillor Clair Ramage outside Hawick High School.

Hawick High getting raw deal, council told

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Caitlin Cowan and Fergus Falconer with fellow Denholm Primary School pupils celebrating its sport award win.

Denholm school wins award for giving pupils a sporting chance

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From 4 December 2017, candidates will have to carry out the show me question while they are driving.

DVSA releases new videos to help learners prepare for driving test changes

Education

Kelso tourist information centre to close within weeks

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Farmer of the year Robert Neill with Gyles Brandreth and Karl Schneider.

Borders farmer collects top title

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Training and employability minister Jamie Hepburn.

Apprenticeships up by over a fifth in Borders, minister reveals

Business
Born in the Borders boss John Henderson.

Borders brewery expansion set to create jobs

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Hawick restaurant off menu as flats plan gets thumbs-up

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Borders MP John Lamont claimed more than �34,000 in allowances as an MSP last year, and his replacement, former Conservative list MSP Rachael Hamilton, claimed almost �14,000 in 10 months.

Borders MSPs’ allowances topped £80,000 last year, figures reveal

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Galashiels councillor Andy Anderson.

Working group revived in bid to tackle Borders’ parking problems

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Kelso councillor Simon Mountford.

Gender divide in Scottish Borders Council pay packets narrowing, meeting told

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Energy minister Paul Wheelhouse has announced a ban on fracking.

Borders MSP and campaigners welcome Scottish fracking ban

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Storm Ophelia - Where and when it might hit

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Energy minister Paul Wheelhouse has announced a ban on fracking.

Borders MSP and campaigners welcome Scottish fracking ban

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Trinity Street in Hawick.

Needles found in close spark concern

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Borders General Hospital hit by norovirus outbreak

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The average home holds a host of hidden dangers, especially for the young, the elderly and those who are the most vulnerable.

Driving home the burns awareness message

Health
YMCA Scotland has joined forces with YMCAs across the UK and Ireland to support a major mental health campaign.

YMCA Scotland supports #IAMWHOLE campaign on World Mental Health Day

Health
NHS24 will use the development funding to improve the services it offers to people experiencing low mood, depression and anxiety, supporting those who need unscheduled care but do not require to contact emergency services.

£500k to improve first response mental health services.

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Rugby legend Doddie Weir.

Yetholm farm sale raises almost £5,000 for Borders rugby legend Doddie Weir

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